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Foreign investment is drying up thanks to COVID-19. But there may be a silver lining

Chile's electricity grid has attracted substantial foreign direct investment. Image: Reuters/Eliseo Fernandez

Cristián Rodriguez Chiffelle

Luksic Visiting Scholar, David Rockefeller Center, Harvard University

Peter Vanham

Previously, Deputy Head of Media at World Economic Forum. Executive Editor, Fortune

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