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Washington: Congressional Research Service, Postcolonial Chile was never a particularly attractive destination for migrants, owing to its remoteness and distance from Europe.
Most of the immigrants to Chile during the 19th and 20th centuries came from France ,  Great Britain ,  Germany ,  and Croatia ,  among others.
Descendants of different European ethnic groups often intermarried in Chile. This intermarriage and mixture of cultures and races have helped to shape the present society and culture of the Chilean middle and upper classes.
As of [update] , The Constitution guarantees the right to freedom of religion , and other laws and policies contribute to generally free religious practice.
The law at all levels fully protects this right against abuse by either governmental or private actors. Church and state are officially separate in Chile.
A law on religion prohibits religious discrimination. However, the Roman Catholic church for mostly historical and social reasons enjoys a privileged status and occasionally receives preferential treatment.
The Spanish spoken in Chile is distinctively accented and quite unlike that of neighboring South American countries because final syllables are often dropped, and some consonants have a soft pronunciation.
That the Chilean population was largely formed in a small section at the center of the country and then migrated in modest numbers to the north and south helps explain this relative lack of differentiation, which was maintained by the national reach of radio, and now television, which also helps to diffuse and homogenize colloquial expressions.
After the Spanish invasion, Spanish took over as the lingua franca and the indigenous languages have become minority languages, with some now extinct or close to extinction.
German is still spoken to some extent in southern Chile,  either in small country side pockets or as a second language among the communities of larger cities.
Through initiatives such as the English Opens Doors Program , the government made English mandatory for students in fifth-grade and above in public schools.
Most private schools in Chile start teaching English from kindergarten. In Chile, education begins with preschool until the age of 5.
Primary school is provided for children between ages 6 and Students then attend secondary school until graduation at age Secondary education is divided into two parts: During the first two years, students receive a general education.
Then, they choose a branch: scientific humanistic education, artistic education, or technical and professional education.
Chilean education is segregated by wealth in a three-tiered system — the quality of the schools reflect socioeconomic backgrounds:.
Upon successful graduation of secondary school, students may continue into higher education. The higher education schools in Chile consist of Chilean Traditional Universities and are divided into public universities or private universities.
There are medical schools and both the Universidad de Chile and Universidad Diego Portales offer law schools in a partnership with Yale University.
The Ministry of Health Minsal is the cabinet-level administrative office in charge of planning, directing, coordinating, executing, controlling and informing the public health policies formulated by the President of Chile.
The National Health Fund Fonasa , created in , is the financial entity entrusted to collect, manage and distribute state funds for health in Chile.
It is funded by the public. All employees pay 7 percent of their monthly income to the fund. Its headquarters are in Santiago and decentralized public service is conducted by various Regional Offices.
More than 12 million beneficiaries benefit from Fonasa. Beneficiaries can also opt for more costly private insurance through Isapre.
Hospitals in Chile are mainly located in the Santiago Metropolitan Region. The Central Bank of Chile in Santiago serves as the central bank for the country.
Chile is one of South America's most stable and prosperous nations,  leading Latin American nations in human development , competitiveness, income per capita, globalization, economic freedom, and low perception of corruption.
Chile has the highest degree of economic freedom in South America ranking 7th worldwide , owing to its independent and efficient judicial system and prudent public finance management.
Sound economic policies, maintained consistently since the s, have contributed to steady economic growth in Chile and have more than halved poverty rates.
The economy remained sluggish until , when it began to show clear signs of recovery, achieving 4. Real GDP growth reached 5.
GDP expanded by 5 percent in Nonetheless, economic analysts disagreed with government estimates and predicted economic growth at a median of 1.
Growth slowed to 4. The unemployment rate was 6. The privatized national pension system AFP has encouraged domestic investment and contributed to an estimated total domestic savings rate of approximately 21 percent of GDP.
Chile has signed free trade agreements FTAs with a whole network of countries, including an FTA with the United States that was signed in and implemented in January Chile's approach to foreign direct investment is codified in the country's Foreign Investment Law.
Registration is reported to be simple and transparent, and foreign investors are guaranteed access to the official foreign exchange market to repatriate their profits and capital.
Chile is rich in mineral resources, especially copper and lithium. It is thought that due to the importance of lithium for batteries for electric vehicles and stabilization of electric grids with large proportions of intermittent renewables in the electricity mix, Chile could be strengthened geopolitically.
However, this perspective has also been criticised for underestimating the power of economic incentives for expanded production in other parts of the world.
Agriculture in Chile encompasses a wide range of different activities due to its particular geography , climate and geology and human factors.
Historically agriculture is one of the bases of Chile's economy. Now agriculture and allied sectors like forestry , logging and fishing account for only 4.
Some major agriculture products of Chile include grapes , apples , pears , onions , wheat , maize , oats , peaches , garlic , asparagus , beans , beef , poultry , wool , fish , timber and hemp.
Due to its geographical isolation and strict customs policies Chile is free from diseases such as mad cow disease , fruit fly and Phylloxera.
This, its location in the Southern Hemisphere , which has quite different harvesting times from the Northern Hemisphere , and its wide range of agriculture conditions are considered Chile's main comparative advantages.
However, Chile's mountainous landscape limits the extent and intensity of agriculture so that arable land corresponds only to 2. Chile currently utilizes 14, Hectares of agricultural land.
Tourism in Chile has experienced sustained growth over the last few decades. In , tourism grew by According to the National Service of Tourism Sernatur , 2 million people a year visit the country.
Most of these visitors come from other countries in the American continent, mainly Argentina ; followed by a growing number from the United States, Europe, and Brazil with a growing number of Asians from South Korea and China.
The main attractions for tourists are places of natural beauty situated in the extreme zones of the country: San Pedro de Atacama , in the north, is very popular with foreign tourists who arrive to admire the Incaic architecture, the altiplano lakes, and the Valley of the Moon.
For locals, tourism is concentrated mostly in the summer December to March , and mainly in the coastal beach towns.
In November the government launched a campaign under the brand "Chile: All Ways Surprising" intended to promote the country internationally for both business and tourism.
Chile is home to the world renowned Patagonian Trail that resides on the border between Argentina and Chile. Chile recently launched a massive scenic route for tourism in hopes of encouraging development based on conservation.
Due to Chile's topography a functioning transport network is vital to its economy. Buses are now the main means of long-distance transportation in Chile, following the decline of its railway network.
Chile has a total of runways 62 paved and unpaved. Chile has a telecommunication system which covers much of the country, including Chilean insular and Antarctic bases.
Privatization of the telephone system began in ; Chile has one of the most advanced telecommunications infrastructure in South America with a modern system based on extensive microwave radio relay facilities and domestic satellite system with 3 earth stations.
From the period between early agricultural settlements and up to the late pre-Hispanic period, northern Chile was a region of Andean culture that was influenced by altiplano traditions spreading to the coastal valleys of the north, while southern regions were areas of Mapuche cultural activities.
Throughout the colonial period following the conquest, and during the early Republican period, the country's culture was dominated by the Spanish.
Other European influences, primarily English, French, and German began in the 19th century and have continued to this day. Music in Chile ranges from folkloric, popular and classical music.
Its large geography generates different musical styles in the north, center and south of the country, including also Easter Island and Mapuche music.
Another form of traditional Chilean song, though not a dance, is the tonada. Arising from music imported by the Spanish colonists, it is distinguished from the cueca by an intermediate melodic section and a more prominent melody.
Other important folk singer and researcher on folklore and Chilean ethnography , is Margot Loyola. Chile is a country of poets.
Chile's most famous poet is Pablo Neruda , who received the Nobel Prize for Literature and is world-renowned for his extensive library of works on romance, nature, and politics.
Isabel Allende is the best-selling Chilean novelist, with 51 millions of her novels sold worldwide. Chilean cuisine is a reflection of the country's topographical variety, featuring an assortment of seafood, beef, fruits, and vegetables.
Traditional recipes include asado , cazuela , empanadas , humitas , pastel de choclo , pastel de papas, curanto and sopaipillas.
The raw minced llama , heavy use of shellfish and rice bread were taken from native Quechua Andean cuisine, although now beef brought to Chile by Europeans is also used in place of the llama meat , lemon and onions were brought by the Spanish colonists, and the use of mayonnaise and yogurt was introduced by German immigrants, as was beer.
The folklore of Chile, cultural and demographic characteristics of the country, is the result of mixture of Spanish and Amerindian elements that occurred during the colonial period.
Due to cultural and historical reasons, they are classified and distinguished four major areas in the country: northern areas, central, southern and south.
Most of the traditions of the culture of Chile have a festive purpose, but some, such as dances and ceremonies, have religious components.
This includes Chilote mythology , Rapa Nui mythology and Mapuche mythology. In the following decades, marked milestones The deck of Death or The Enigma of Lord Street , considered the first film of a Chilean story, The transmission of presidential , the first animated film in the country, and North and South , the first sound film of Chile.
Chile's most popular sport is association football. Colo-Colo is the country's most successful football club, having both the most national and international championships, including the coveted Copa Libertadores South American club tournament.
Universidad de Chile was the last international champion Copa Sudamericana Tennis is Chile's most successful sport.
At the Summer Olympics the country captured gold and bronze in men's singles and gold in men's doubles. At the Summer Olympic Games Chile boasts a total of two gold medals tennis , seven silver medals athletics, equestrian , boxing , shooting and tennis and four bronze medals tennis, boxing and football.
In , Chile won its first Paralympic Games medal gold in Athletics. Rodeo is the country's national sport and is practiced in the more rural areas of the nation.
A sport similar to hockey called chueca was played by the Mapuche people during the Spanish conquest. Skiing and snowboarding are practiced at ski centers located in the Central Andes, and in southern ski centers near to cities as Osorno, Puerto Varas, Temuco and Punta Arenas.
Surfing is popular at some coastal towns. Polo is professionally practiced within Chile, with the country achieving top prize in the and World Polo Championship.
The Dakar Rally off-road automobile race has been held in both Chile and Argentina since The cultural heritage of Chile consists, first, of their intangible heritage, composed of various cultural events, such as visual arts, crafts, dances, holidays, cuisine, games, music and traditions, and, secondly, by its tangible, consists of those buildings, objects and sites of archaeological, architectural, traditional, artistic, ethnographic, folkloric, historical, religious or technological scattered through Chilean territory, among them, those goods are declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO , in accordance with the provisions of the Convention concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage of , ratified by Chile in In the Cultural Heritage Day was established as a way to honour and commemorate Chiles cultural heritage.
It is an official national event celebrated in May every year. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Country in South America.
This article is about the country in South America. For other uses, see Chile disambiguation. Chilean territory in dark green; claimed but uncontrolled territory in light green.
Main article: History of Chile. See also: Prehispanic history of Chile and Origin of the Mapuche. Main articles: Conquest of Chile and Colonial Chile.
See also: Chile earthquake. Main articles: Politics of Chile and Law of Chile. Main article: Foreign relations of Chile. Country with diplomatic relations and Chilean embassy in the country.
Country with diplomatic relations and an embassy in Chile, but no Chilean embassy. Country with diplomatic relations but without ambassadors.
Country with no diplomatic relations currently. Main article: Administrative divisions of Chile. Arica and Parinacota Region. Antofagasta Region. Atacama Region.
Coquimbo Region. Santiago Metropolitan Region. O'Higgins Region. Maule Region. Los Lagos Region. Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica Region.
Antarctic Territory Claimed. Largest cities or towns in Chile Census . Main article: Military of Chile. Main article: Geography of Chile. See also: Natural regions of Chile and Environmental issues in Chile.
Great-Far North. Northern Zone. Central Zone. Southern Zone. Austral Zone. Main article: Climate of Chile. Main article: Wildlife of Chile.
Main article: Demographics of Chile. Main articles: Indigenous peoples in Chile and Immigration to Chile. Main article: Religion in Chile.
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Library of Congress. Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Anzahl der Entscheidungen also Annahmen oder Ablehnungen hiermit nicht überein stimmen muss, da es aus Vorjahren noch offene Asylanträge geben kann.
Hinzu kommt, dass Asylverfahren auch eingestellt werden können, wenn der Bewerber nicht mehr auffindbar ist oder den Antrag zurückzieht.
Allein im Jahr gab es Asylanträge, die für Bürger aus Chile in fremden Ländern gestellt wurden. Am erfolgreichsten waren hierbei die Anträge in Kanada und in Schweden.
Dies sind alle Einwohner, die dauerhaft im Land leben, aber in einem anderen Land geboren wurden.