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The Chilean Mining Sector - Market Opportunity And Entry Strategies, Analyses And Forecasts To 2015

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Synopsis• Top level overview of the Chilean mining industry• A breakdown of the Chilean mining industry by segments such as coal, metallic minerals and non metallic minerals • Details of top companies active across Chilean mining industry• Emerging trends and opportunities in the Chilean mining industry in the last 12 months

SummaryThis report offers insights into market opportunities and entry strategies adopted to gain market share in the Chilean mining industry. In particular, it offers in-depth analysis of the following:• Market opportunity and attractiveness: Detailed analysis of current market size and growth expectations during 2010–15. It highlights key drivers to help understand growth dynamics. It also benchmarks the sector against key global markets and provides detailed understanding of emerging opportunities in specific areas. • Procurement dynamics: Trend analysis of exports and imports, along with their implications and impact on the Chilean mining industry.• Industry structure: Five forces analysis to understand various power centers in the industry and how they are likely to develop in the medium term.• Competitive landscape: Analysis of key companies in the public and private sectors of the Chilean mining industry. • Market entry strategy: Analysis of possible ways to enter the market along with an understanding of how existing operators have achieved this, including key contracts, alliances, and strategic initiatives. • Business environment and country risk: a range of drivers at country level, assessing business environment and country risk. It covers historical and forecast values for a range of indicators, evaluating business confidence, economic performance, infrastructure quality and availability, labor force, demographics, and political and social risk.

Scope• Analysis of Mining industry production from 2004 through 2009 and forecasts till 2015• Analysis of market size and production trend analysis by coal, metallic and non-metallic segments• Mining Equipment market size and forecast• End use market dynamics• Benchmarking with key global markets• Market opportunities• Mining import and export dynamics• Industry dynamics: Five forces analysis of coal, metallic minerals, non- metallic minerals and mining equipment• Market entry strategy• Competitive landscape and strategic insights• Business environment and country risk

Reasons_To_Buy• Gain insight into the Chilean mining industry with current, historic and forecast production of coal, metallic minerals and non-metallic minerals• Get insight on market opportunity and attractiveness• Get insight on industry import and export dynamics• Gain insight on industry structure• Gain insight into the regulations governing the Chilean mining industry and the potential market entry strategies with an expert analysis of the competitive structure• Identify top companies of the Chilean mining industry along with profiles on those companies

Key_HighlightsIn 2009, Chile's total mineral production volume reached XX million tons, an increase of 2.5% over production figures for 2008. Despite the global economic downturn, key minerals such as copper and molybdenum posted growths of 1.5% and 3.9% respectively. By 2015, the industry is forecast to produce XX million tons annually, growing at a CAGR of 6.3% during 2010–15. Of this volume, the metallic mineral division is expected to continue to dominate the market, with a share of 50%, followed by the nonmetallic and coal divisions, with shares of 34% and 16% respectively.During 2009, the total value of mineral production stood at US$25.9 billion, indicating a significant CAGR of 15.5% since 2004, but down 15.2% over figures for 2008. Of this production, copper production accounted for 88%, valuing US$XX billion. However, despite a marginal increase of 2.5% in terms of volume, the total value declined due to the decrease in the average price of copper and other key minerals in the same year.

Table_of_Contents1 Introduction1.1 About this Report1.2 Definitions1.3 Methodology1.3.1 Secondary research1.3.2 Primary research1.3.3 Conventions1.4 About ICD Mining Intelligence Center2 Executive Summary3 Market Attractiveness and Emerging Opportunities3.1 Mining Industry Market Size and Forecast3.1.1 Production to reach 37.4 million tons by 2015, with a CAGR of 6.3% during 2010–153.1.2 Production value grew at a CAGR of 15.5% during 2004–093.1.3 Strong investment in copper mining, driven by anticipated demand from China and India, will boost future growth of Chilean mining industry3.2 Market Share and Production Trend Analysis by Segment3.2.1 Despite strong growth in the coal sector, the metallic minerals division will continue to dominate the Chilean mining market in terms of production volume3.2.2 Chilean coal production will witness robust growth, driven by new mining projects in the Magallanes region3.2.3 Copper, iron ore and molybdenum will drive the growth of metallic minerals segment3.2.4 Demand for boron and iodine will drive the growth of the non metallic minerals division3.3 Mining Equipment Market Size and Forecast3.3.1 Mining equipment industry turnover likely to value US$2.1 billion by 2015, growing at a CAGR of 6.7% during 2010–153.3.2 Growth in production and increasing expenditure on exploration will be the major drivers for the growth of the mining equipment industry in Chile3.4 Benchmarking with Key Global Markets3.4.1 Chile is a leading producer of copper, with a strong position in terms of reserves3.4.2 Average growth rate of key metallic minerals, coal, lithium and silver, was high during 2004–093.5 End Use Market Dynamics3.5.1 Steady growth of power, construction and manufacturing sectors will continue to drive domestic demand3.5.2 Iron and steel sectors driven by a boom in the construction and infrastructure sectors3.5.3 Manufacturing sector expected to drive growth in mining sector in the long-term3.5.4 Mounting demand for copper from China and India will drive Chilean copper industry3.5.5 Demand for iodine will be driven by growth of contrast media for X-rays and developments in LCD technology3.6 Market Opportunities: Key Trends and Drivers3.6.1 With commodity prices in recovery, Chile will witness a resurgence in foreign investment in 20103.6.2 Mining exploration holds key investment opportunities3.6.3 Major investment aims to increase production in forecast period4 Mining Import and Export Market Dynamics4.1 Import Dynamics4.1.1 Low coal production levels increases coal imports to Chile4.1.2 Mining equipment imports set to grow, driven by increased demand4.2 Export Dynamics4.2.1 Copper exports set to grow, driven by increased demand from China, Japan and India4.2.2 Molybdenum and iron ore exports from Chile expected to grow, driven by increased demand from China4.2.3 Chile exports its surplus production of iodine and potassium nitrate, making it a major exporter of nonmetallic minerals4.2.4 Mining equipment exports set to grow, driven by increasing domestic capabilities5 Industry Dynamics: Five Forces Analysis5.1 Five Forces Analysis: Coal5.1.1 Bargaining power of supplier: medium to high5.1.2 Bargaining power of buyer: medium5.1.3 Barrier to entry: medium5.1.4 Intensity of rivalry: low5.1.5 Threat of substitution: low5.2 Five Forces Analysis: Metallic Minerals5.2.1 Bargaining power of supplier: medium to high5.2.2 Bargaining power of buyer: low to high5.2.3 Barrier to entry: medium5.2.4 Intensity of rivalry: low to high5.2.5 Threat of substitution: low to medium5.3 Five Forces Analysis: Non Metallic Minerals5.3.1 Bargaining power of supplier: medium to high5.3.2 Bargaining power of buyer: low to medium5.3.3 Barrier to entry: medium5.3.4 Intensity of rivalry: low to medium5.3.5 Threat of substitution: low to medium5.4 Five Forces Analysis: Mining Equipment5.4.1 Bargaining power of supplier: low to medium5.4.2 Bargaining power of buyer: medium5.4.3 Barrier to entry: low to medium5.4.4 Intensity of rivalry: medium to high5.4.5 Threat of substitution: low to medium6 Market Entry Strategy6.1 Market Regulation6.1.1 Foreign investors are required to sign a foreign investment contract with the state of Chile6.1.2 Favorable tax regimes for foreign investors6.2 Market Entry by Key Foreign Players6.2.1 Chile has traditionally attracted significant mining investment6.2.2 Foreign companies have continued to enter the market by setting up wholly-owned subsidiaries and joint ventures6.3 Key Challenges6.3.1 Mining sector could face shortage of raw materials in the forecast period, due to the recent earthquake6.3.2 Scarcity of water and energy for mining operations located in the desert regions is a key challenge6.3.3 Maintaining levels of production in the context of declining grades is a major concern7 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights7.1 Competitive Landscape: Overview7.1.1 Mining industry in Chile is affected by the emergence of global firms7.1.2 Mining equipment industry is fragmented with over 250 suppliers7.1.3 Consolidated revenue of key metallic companies declined in 20087.1.4 After peaking at US$13.9 billion in 2007, consolidated operating profits for key metallic companies declined significantly in 20087.1.5 After posting growth for three successive years, consolidated net profits witnessed a decline in 20087.2 Key Domestic Companies7.2.1 Codelco: overview7.2.2 Codelco: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.2.3 Codelco: products and services7.2.4 Codelco: mining resources and reserves7.2.5 Codelco: recent contract wins7.2.6 Codelco: financial analysis (consolidated)7.2.7 CAP: overview7.2.8 CAP: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.2.9 CAP: products and services 7.2.10 CAP: mining resources and reserves 7.2.11 CAP: alliances 7.2.12 CAP: recent contract wins 7.2.13 CAP: financial analysis 7.2.14 Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A.: overview 7.2.15 Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A.: recent announcements and strategic initiatives 7.2.16 Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A.: products and services 7.2.17 Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A.: mining resources and reserves 7.2.18 Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A.: alliances 7.2.19 Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A.: recent contract wins 7.2.20 Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A.: Financial Analysis 7.2.21 Antofagasta plc: overview 7.2.22 Antofagasta plc: recent announcements and strategic initiatives 7.2.23 Antofagasta plc: products and services 7.2.24 Antofagasta plc: mining resources and reserves 7.2.25 Antofagasta plc: alliances 7.2.26 Antofagasta plc: recent contract wins 7.2.27 Antofagasta plc: financial analysis 7.2.28 Escondida: overview 7.2.29 Escondida: recent announcements and strategic initiatives 7.2.30 Escondida: products and services 7.2.31 Escondida: mining resources and reserves 7.2.32 Escondida: alliances 7.2.33 Escondida: recent contract wins 7.2.34 Escondida: financial analysis 7.2.35 Collahuasi: overview 7.2.36 Collahuasi: recent announcements and strategic initiatives 7.2.37 Collahuasi: products and services 7.2.38 Collahuasi: mining resources and reserves 7.2.39 Collahuasi: alliances 7.2.40 Collahuasi: recent contract wins 7.2.41 Collahuasi: financial analysis 7.2.42 Molymet: overview 7.2.43 Molymet: recent announcements and strategic initiatives 7.2.44 Molymet: products and services 7.2.45 Molymet: mining reserves and resources 7.2.46 Molymet: alliances 7.2.47 Molymet: recent contract wins 7.2.48 Molymet: financial analysis 7.2.49 South American Gold and Copper Company Limited: overview 7.2.50 South American Gold and Copper Company Limited: recent announcements and strategic initiatives 7.2.51 South American Gold and Copper Company Limited: products and services 7.2.52 South American Gold and Copper Company Limited: mining resources and reserves 7.2.53 South American Gold and Copper Company Limited: alliances 7.2.54 South American Gold and Copper Company Limited: recent contract wins 7.2.55 South American Gold and Copper Company Limited: financial analysis 7.2.56 Anglo American Chile: overview 7.2.57 Anglo American Chile: recent announcements and strategic initiatives 7.2.58 Anglo American Chile: products and services 7.2.59 Anglo American Chile: resources and reserves 7.2.60 Anglo American Chile: alliances 7.2.61 Anglo American Chile: recent contract wins 7.2.62 Anglo American Chile: financial analysis7.3 Mining and Construction Equipment Companies7.3.1 Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C: overview7.3.2 Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.3.3 Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C: products and services7.3.4 Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C: alliances7.3.5 Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C: recent contract wins7.3.6 Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C: financial analysis7.3.7 Komatsu Chile: overview7.3.8 Komatsu Chile: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.3.9 Komatsu Chile: products and services 7.3.10 Komatsu Chile: alliances 7.3.11 Komatsu Chile: recent contract wins 7.3.12 Komatsu Chile: financial analysis8 Business Environment and Country Risk8.1 Business Confidence8.1.1 Market capitalization trend – Santiago Stock Exchange, Chile8.1.2 FDI inflows by sector8.1.3 Deployment of credit by sector8.2 Economic Performance8.2.1 GDP at constant prices (US dollars)8.2.2 GDP per capita at constant prices (US dollars)8.2.3 GDP at current prices (US dollars)8.2.4 GDP per capita at current prices (US dollars)8.2.5 GDP split by key segments8.2.6 Agriculture net output at current prices (Chilean peso)8.2.7 Agriculture net output at current prices (US dollars)8.2.8 Agriculture net output at current prices as percentage of GDP8.2.9 Manufacturing net output at current prices (Chilean peso) 8.2.10 Manufacturing net output at current prices (US dollars) 8.2.11 Manufacturing net output at current prices as percentage of GDP 8.2.12 Mining, manufacturing and utilities net output at current prices (Chilean peso) 8.2.13 Mining, manufacturing and utilities at current prices (US dollars) 8.2.14 Mining, manufacturing and utilities at current prices, as percentage of GDP 8.2.15 Construction net output at current prices (Chilean peso) 8.2.16 Construction net output at current prices, (US dollars) 8.2.17 Construction net output at current prices as a percentage of GDP 8.2.18 Crude steel production 8.2.19 Crude oil consumption 8.2.20 Inflation rate 8.2.21 Fiscal balance as a percentage of GDP 8.2.22 Current account balance as a percentage of GDP 8.2.23 Exports as a percentage of GDP 8.2.24 Imports as a percentage of GDP 8.2.25 Exports growth 8.2.26 Imports growth 8.2.27 External debt as a percentage of GDP 8.2.28 Annual average exchange rate US$–CLP 8.2.29 End of the period exchange rate US$–CLP 8.2.30 Debt Service Ratio8.3 Infrastructure Quality and Availability8.3.1 Total airports and sea ports8.3.2 Railways and roadways8.3.3 Passenger vehicle sales8.3.4 Commercial vehicle sales8.3.5 Automotive components exports trend8.3.6 Automotive components imports trend8.3.7 Passenger car penetration8.3.8 Total installed capacity for electricity generation8.3.9 Installed capacity for the generation of conventional thermal electricity 8.3.10 Electricity production 8.3.11 Installed capacity for the generation of hydro–electricity 8.3.12 Installed capacity for renewable electricity generation 8.3.13 Electricity consumption 8.3.14 Electricity imports 8.3.15 Healthcare expenditure 8.3.16 Healthcare expenditure as percentage of GDP 8.3.17 Healthcare expenditure per capita 8.3.18 Total internet subscribers 8.3.19 Broadband internet subscribers 8.3.20 Personal computer penetration rate 8.3.21 Mobile phone penetration rate 8.3.22 R&D expenditure as a percentage of GDP8.4 Labor Force8.4.1 Labor force8.4.2 Unemployment rate8.5 Demographics8.5.1 Annual disposable income8.5.2 Annual per capita disposable income8.5.3 Annual consumer expenditure on food8.5.4 Annual per capita consumer expenditure on food8.5.5 Total population8.5.6 Urban and rural population8.5.7 Female percentage of population8.5.8 Male percentage of population8.5.9 Mean age of population 8.5.10 Median age of population 8.5.11 Population density 8.5.12 Age distribution of the total population 8.5.13 Age distribution of the male population 8.5.14 Age distribution of the female population 8.5.15 Number of households8.6 Political and Social Risk8.6.1 Political stability8.6.2 Terrorism index8.6.3 Transparency index9 Appendix9.1 Contact Us9.2 About ICD Research9.3 Disclaimer

List_of_TablesTable 1: Chile Mineral Production and Reserve Rankings, 2009 Table 2: Investments by Key Players in 2008–10 Table 3: Chile Mining Industry – Import and Export Dynamics, 2008 Table 4: Chile: Mining Industry – Market Entry by Key Foreign Players Table 5: Chile Mining Industry, Competitive Landscape Table 6: Chile Mining Competitive Landscape Mining Equipment Industry Table 7: Codelco – Copper Resources (Million Tons) Table 8: Codelco – Copper Reserves (Million Tons) Table 9: Codelco – Alliances Table 10: CAP – Reserves and Resources (Metric Tons) Table 11: CAP – Alliances Table 12: CAP– Recent Contract Wins Table 13: Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A. – Alliances Table 14: Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A. – Recent Contract Wins Table 15: Antofagasta PLC – Reserves (Million Tons) Table 16: Antofagasta PLC – Resources (Million Tons) Table 17: Antofagasta PLC – Alliances Table 18: Escondida – Reserves Table 19: Escondida – Alliances Table 20: Collahuasi – Resources Table 21: Collahuasi – Reserves Table 22: Molymet – Alliances Table 23: South American Gold and Copper Company Limited – Alliances Table 24: Anglo American Chile – Alliances Table 25: Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C – Alliances Table 26: Atlas Copco Chilena S.A.C – Recent Contract Wins Table 27: Komatsu Chile– Alliances Table 28: Komatsu Chile– Recent Contract Wins

List_of_FiguresFigure 1: Chile Mining Industry Production and Forecast (Million Tons), 2004–15 Figure 2: Chile Mining Industry Total Mineral Production (US$ Billion), 2004–09 Figure 3: Market Share of Production Volume by Type of Mineral (%), 2009 and 2015 Figure 4: Chile Mining Industry Production Volume Trend - Coal (Thousand Tons), 2004–15 Figure 5: Chile Mining Industry Production Volume Trend - Copper (Million Tons), 2004–15 Figure 6: Chile Mining Industry Production Volume Trend - Iron Ore (Million Tons), 2004–15 Figure 7: Chile Mining Industry Production Volume Trend - Molybdenum (Thousand Tons), 2004–15 Figure 8 :Chile Mining Industry Production Volume Trend - Boron (Thousands Tons), 2004–15 Figure 9: Chile Mining Industry Production Volume Trend – Iodine (Thousand Tons), 2004–15 Figure 10: Chile Mining Equipment Industry Turnover and Forecast (US$ Million), 2004–15 Figure 11: Chile Mineral Production (% of Global Production), 2009 Figure 12: Chile Mineral Reserves (% of Global Reserves), 2009 Figure 13: Comparison of Domestic Growth Rate and Average Global Growth Rate (%), 2004–09 Figure 14: Chile Power, Manufacturing and Construction Sector Growth (%), 2004–15 Figure 15: Construction Industry Turnover in Chile (US$ Billion), 2004–09 Figure 16: Manufacturing Industry Turnover in Chile (US$ Billion), 2004–09 Figure 17: Major Copper Producing and Exporting Countries (%), 2008 Figure 18: Chilean Copper Exports by Destination (%), 2008 Figure 19: Iodine Use by Application (%), 2008 Figure 20: Chile Mining Foreign Direct Investment Trend (US$ Million), 2004–09 Figure 21: Breakdown of Gross Inflows by Sector (%), 1974–2008 Figure 22: Breakdown of Gross Inflows by Country (%), 1974–2008 Figure 23: Global Spending in Mineral Exploration (%), 2009 Figure 24: Chile Mining Mineral Exploration Spend Trend (US$ Million), 2004–09 Figure 25: Chile Mining Industry Dynamics – Coal (Million Tons), 2009–15 Figure 26: Trends in Coal Imports to Chile (Million Tons), 2004–15 Figure 27: Trends in Imports of Mining Equipment to Chile (US$ million), 2004–15 Figure 28: Chile Mining Industry Dynamics – Copper (Million Tons), 2009–15 Figure 29: Trends in Copper Exports from Chile (Million Tons), 2004–15 Figure 30: Trends in Molybdenum Exports from Chile (Thousand Tons), 2004–15 Figure 31: Trends in Iron Ore Exports from Chile (Million Tons), 2004–15 Figure 32: Trends in Major Nonmetallic Mineral Exports from Chile (Thousand Tons), 2004–15 Figure 33: Trends in Mining Equipment Exports from Chile (US$ Million), 2004–15 Figure 34: Chile Mining Industry Dynamics – Coal Figure 35: Chile Mining Industry Dynamics – Metallic Minerals Figure 36: Chile Mining Industry Dynamics – Non Metallic Minerals Figure 37: Chile Mining Industry Dynamics – Mining equipment Figure 38: Chile Mining Industry – Consolidated Revenue Trend Analysis for Key Metallic Companies (US$ Billion), 2005–2008 Figure 39: Chile Mining Industry – Consolidated Operating Profits Trend Analysis for Key Metallic Companies (US$ Billion), 2005–2008 Figure 40: Chile Mining Industry – Consolidated Net Profit Trend Analysis for Key Metallic Companies (US$ Billion), 2005–2008 Figure 41: CODELCO –Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), FY2004–08 Figure 42: CODELCO – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), FY2004–08 Figure 43: CODELCO – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), FY2004–08 Figure 44: CAP – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2004–08 Figure 45: CAP – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2004–08 Figure 46: CAP – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2004–08 Figure 47: SQM –Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 48: SQM – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 49: SQM – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 50: Antofagasta PLC – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 51: Antofagasta PLC – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 52: Antofagasta PLC – Net Profit Trend Analysis(US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 53: Escondida – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 54: Escondida – Operating Profit Trend Analysis US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 55: Escondida – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million) FY2005–08 Figure 56: Collahuasi – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 57: Collahuasi – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 58: Collahuasi – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 59: Molymet – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 60: Molymet – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ million), FY2005–09 Figure 61: Molymet – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 62: South American Gold and Copper Company Limited – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 63: South American Gold and Copper Company Limited – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–09 Figure 64: South American Gold and Copper Company Limited – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million) FY2005–09 Figure 65: Anglo American Chile – Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 66: Anglo American Chile – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 67: Anglo American Chile – Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), FY2005–08 Figure 68: Santiago Stock Exchange (SSE) Market Capitalization, 2003–09 Figure 69: Chilean FDI Inflows by Sector (US$ Billion), 2003–09 Figure 70: Chilean Deployment of Credit by Sector (US$ Billion), 2003–09 Figure 71: Chilean GDP at Constant Prices (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 72: Chilean GDP Per Capita at Constant Prices (US$), 2003–15 Figure 73: Chilean GDP at Current Prices (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 74: Chilean GDP Per Capita at Current Prices (US$), 2003–15 Figure 75: Chilean GDP Split by Key Segments (%) 2003 and 2009 Figure 76: Chilean Agriculture Net Output at Current Prices (CLP Billion), 2003–15 Figure 77: Chilean Agriculture Net Output at Current Prices (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 78: Chilean Agriculture Net Output at Current Prices as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 79: Chilean Manufacturing Net Output at Current Prices (CLP Billion), 2003–15 Figure 80: Chilean Manufacturing Net Output at Current Prices (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 81: Chilean Manufacturing Net Output at Current Prices as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 82: Chilean Mining, Manufacturing and Utilities Net Output at Current Prices (CLP Billion), 2003–15 Figure 83: Chilean Mining, Manufacturing and Utilities Net Output at Current Prices (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 84: Chilean Mining, Manufacturing and Utilities Net Output at Current Prices as a percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 85: Chilean Construction Net Output at Current Prices (CLP Billion), 2003–15 Figure 86: Chilean Construction Net Output at Current Prices (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 87: Chilean Construction Output at Current Prices as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 88: Chilean Crude Steel Production (Million Metric Tons), 2003–15 Figure 89: Chilean Crude Oil Consumption (Million Tons), 2003–15 Figure 90: Chilean Inflation Rate (%), 2003–15 Figure 91: Chilean Fiscal Balance as a Percentage of GDP(%), 2003–09 Figure 92: Chilean Current Account Balance as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–09 Figure 93: Chilean Exports as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 94: Chilean Imports as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 95: Chilean Exports Growth (%), 2003–15 Figure 96: Chilean Imports Growth(%), 2003–15 Figure 97: Chilean External Debt as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–09 Figure 98: Chilean Annual Average Exchange Rate US$–CLP, 2003–09 Figure 99: Chilean End of the Period Exchange Rate US$–CLP, 2003–09 Figure 100: Chilean Debt Service Ratio (2003–09) Figure 101: Chilean Airports and Sea Ports (Number of), 2009 Figure 102: Chilean Railways and Roadways (Kilometers), 2009 Figure 103: Chilean Passenger Vehicle Sales (Units), 2003–15 Figure 104: Chilean Commercial Vehicle Sales (Units), 2003–15 Figure 105: Chilean Automotive Components Exports (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 106: Chilean Automotive Components Imports (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 107: Chilean Passenger Car Penetration (per 1000 people), 2003–15 Figure 108: Chilean Total Installed Capacity for Electricity Generation (Million Kilowatts), 2003–15 Figure 109: Chilean Installed Capacity for the Generation of Conventional Thermal Electricity (Million Kilowatts), Figure 110: Chilean Electricity Production (Billion Kilowatt Hours), 2003–15 Figure 111: Chilean Installed Capacity for the Generation of Hydro–electricity (Million Kilowatts), 2003–15 Figure 112: Chilean Installed Capacity for the Generation of Renewable Electricity (Million Kilowatts), 2003–15 Figure 113: Chilean Electricity Consumption (Billion Kilowatt Hours), 2003–15 Figure 114: Chilean Electricity Imports (Billon Kilowatt Hours), 2003–15 Figure 115: Chilean Healthcare Expenditure (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 116: Chilean Healthcare Expenditure as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 117: Chilean Per Capita Healthcare Expenditure (US$), 2003–15 Figure 118: Chilean Internet Subscriptions (Millions), 2003–15 Figure 119: Chilean Broadband Internet Subscriptions (Millions), 2003–15 Figure 120: Chilean Personal Computer Penetration Rate (per 100 people), 2003–15 Figure 121: Chilean Mobile Phone Penetration (%), 2003–15 Figure 122: Chilean R&D Expenditure as a Percentage of GDP (%), 2003–15 Figure 123: Chilean Size of Labor Force in 15–59 Age Group (Million), 2003–15 Figure 124: Chilean Unemployment Rate (%), 2003–15 Figure 125: Chilean Annual Disposable Income (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 126: Chilean Annual Per Capita Disposable Income (US$), 2003–15 Figure 127: Chilean Consumer Expenditure on Food (US$ Billion), 2003–15 Figure 128: Chilean Annual Per Capita Consumer Expenditure on Food (US$), 2003–15 Figure 129: Chilean Total Population (Million), 2003–15 Figure 130: Chilean Urban and Rural Population (%), 2003–15 Figure 131: Chilean Female as Percentage of Population (%), 2003–15 Figure 132: Chilean Male as Percentage of Population (%), 2003–15 Figure 133: Chilean Mean Age of Population (Years), 2003–15 Figure 134: Chilean Median Age of Population (Years), 2003–15 Figure 135: Chilean Population Density (per Square Kilometer), 2003–15 Figure 136: Chilean Population Distribution by Age (%), 2003–15 Figure 137: Chilean Male Population Distribution by Age (%), 2003–15 Figure 138: Chilean Female Population Distribution by Age (%), 2003–15 Figure 139: Chilean Households, Number of (Million), 2003–15 Figure 140: Global Terrorism Heat Map, 2009 Figure 141: Chilean Transparency Index, 2003–09

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