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Peso (CLP) is the currency in Chile

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    100 centavos

Chilean peso is the currency used in Chile, South America. The currency was introduced in 1817, but was replaced in 1960 by the Escuo and re-introduced in 1975. The currency is issued by the Banco Central de Chile - BCCh with main office in Santiago de Chile.

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Chile is a republic in South America with coastal line to the Pacific Ocean and next to the Andes mountains. Chile is a market economy with focus on export. The yearly growth has been on 4-5 percent for many years. The main goods are grapes, wine and apples.

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