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    Weakening Economy to Test Bachelet's Social Reform Plansi
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    March 25, 2014 12:00 AM
    Chilean President Michelle Bachelet took office in March with a pledge to make Chile a "different and fairer" country. But some of her key promises will be difficult to keep in a country facing increasingly difficult economic challenges. Roger Wilkison narrates for VOA reporter Alejandro Marcano in Miami.

    Weakening Economy to Test Bachelet's Social Reform Plans

    Published March 24, 2014

    Chilean President Michelle Bachelet took office in March with a pledge to make Chile a "different and fairer" country. But some of her key promises will be difficult to keep in a country facing increasingly difficult economic challenges. Roger Wilkison narrates for VOA reporter Alejandro Marcano in Miami.


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