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· December, 2007

Stories about Chile from December, 2007

Chile: Apology for Transantiago

Former Chilean president Ricardo Lagos offered up an apology for the controversial public transport system Transantiago that has received plenty of criticism. Notas Al Margen [es] provides thoughts on this...

Chile: A Gathering of Entrepreneurial Minds

Webprendedor, a gathering of entrepreneurs and those that want to find how they do it, took place in Santiago earlier this year. Many of the topics focused less on the...

Chile: Anniversary of Massacre in Santa María of Iquique

Enzo Abbagliati of Cadaunadas [es] commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the massacre of Santa María of Iquique in Chile, where depending on the reports up to 195 striking mineral...

Chile: Eliminating Violence in the Stadiums

Chuqui provides a couple of suggestions on how to eliminate violence in the football stadiums in Chile [es].

Peru: The Purchase WONG Supermarkets

A Chilean company recently purchased the Peruvian supermarket chain WONG. Juan Sheput of Mate Pastor [es] writes about some possible implications for the country.

Chile: BiblioRedes, From Visviri to Puerto Williams

BiblioRedes is a program from the government of Chile, which provides free computer and internet access to 387 public libraries across the country. This access especially allows Chileans in underrepresented...

Chile: Latest News

Tomás Dinges of Chile From Within provides the latest run-down of news from Chile.

Chile: Cell Phone Maps for Transantiago

A new map for use by cell phones will help users maneuver through the difficulties of the Transantiago public transport system in Santiago, Chile, writes Leo Prieto of Fayer Wayer...

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