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What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?

 
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What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
I plan on moving south ASAP, I don't know much about most SA countries, I was hoping someone had some info offhand before I spend hours researching. Thanks.
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05/28/2011 12:53 PM
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Why not New zealand?
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You make a good point.
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Why not New zealand?
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NZ is too expensive for me to travel to. I can get somewhere on my continent a lot faster/cheaply than I can get to the other side of the world. xD Unless you're offering to help me get there. ;)
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Chile.
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Chile.
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I remember hearing a while back that Chile was a good place to be. The country is beautiful.
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Chile
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I have a friend who picked up a cheap house in Uruguay , she says it's really nice there.
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Costa Rica.....
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DON'T go to Venezuela or Columbia!
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Chile.
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I remember hearing a while back that Chile was a good place to be. The country is beautiful.
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Chile is truly an extraordinary country, We have everything that you have (in terms of products and services).

You wont find in here those mexican drug cartels or extreme violence. We have, quite possibly, the most solid democracy of the entire region, the best economics numbers and some of the most beautiful landscapes in earth.

We have a decent public healthcare, good jobs, good life insurance, good education and "green numbers" in almost everything.

I spent last year in Europe, finishing my studies, and I must say that Chile is right below them and catching the Euro-zone very rapidly.
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Costa Rica.....
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But Costa Rica is not in South America.
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Costa Rica.....
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Of all Latin America, Costa Rica has been the safest the longest.
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Chile.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1404576


I remember hearing a while back that Chile was a good place to be. The country is beautiful.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1368948


Chile is truly an extraordinary country, We have everything that you have (in terms of products and services).

You wont find in here those mexican drug cartels or extreme violence. We have, quite possibly, the most solid democracy of the entire region, the best economics numbers and some of the most beautiful landscapes in earth.

We have a decent public healthcare, good jobs, good life insurance, good education and "green numbers" in almost everything.

I spent last year in Europe, finishing my studies, and I must say that Chile is right below them and catching the Euro-zone very rapidly.
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And what of the earthquakes? :x
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Chile.
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I remember hearing a while back that Chile was a good place to be. The country is beautiful.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1368948


Chile is truly an extraordinary country, We have everything that you have (in terms of products and services).

You wont find in here those mexican drug cartels or extreme violence. We have, quite possibly, the most solid democracy of the entire region, the best economics numbers and some of the most beautiful landscapes in earth.

We have a decent public healthcare, good jobs, good life insurance, good education and "green numbers" in almost everything.

I spent last year in Europe, finishing my studies, and I must say that Chile is right below them and catching the Euro-zone very rapidly.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1404576


And what of the earthquakes? :x
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Well, that may be something to analyse first if you want to move to this country.

You know, We are Chileans, We don't give a fuck about earthquakes and We had, indeed, the most violent one in recorded history (Valdivia, 1960).

So, yes, I know a lot of foreigners that never got used to the ground shaking.

In the other hand, We have some of the most strict constructions codes in the world. Nevertheless, you can't do much in a Tsunami anyway...

I'm 25 years old, and I have lived only through one big earthquake (last year, 8.8).
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Falklands.
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Personally, I like the people of Costa Rica. They are an warm, nonviolent and inquisitive people made of of many ethnic groups that seamlessly get along.
Their open immigration policy has recently led to the influx of gangs from Nicaragua and Columbia primarily established in San Jose. This has lead to the development of prostitution rings largely comprised of young girls from the adjacent countries promised a better life.
Unfortunately the Government initial policy of denial has fostered the development of organized crime and wide spread corruption in the San Jose Police.
Still San Jose is a safer place to live than most American cities.You can grab a cab in a matter of minutes regardless of your location in San Jose and be dropped off anywhere in the city for a dollar or two. You can also walk on any street in that city during the day without fear of physical assault. If you act and dress like a tourist you open yourself up to being jacked or pick pocketed.
Its also a good place to retire. The Colune is linked to the dollar so their no worries about the exchange rate and health insurance could be had for 60 dollars a month last time I was there a year ago.
There are richer countries that presently have better economies, but lack the long term peace and democratic traditions of Costa Rica.
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COSTA RICA
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costa rica
What is the most stable...?
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Chile is the best. If you ever want to know how a country is you need to look at ethe name of streets. Most streets in Chile are named after poets, writers.

Most streets in Venezuela are named after military people. It means that they respect power, not reason. Chileans respect reason, not power.

Costa Rica is also good, but is a smaller country. Santiago de Chile is a big and cosmopolitan city.

Most southamerican people like english speaking people.

Most chileans are extremely well cultivated. A kid knows about books, maps, good caligraphy, etc. It's a country with two realities, as many southamerican country: very poor and very rich.

I hope I have helped you.

What are you planning to do in Chile? Let me know, maybe I can help you.

Daniel Rostand.

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Chile is the best. If you ever want to know how a country is you need to look at ethe name of streets. Most streets in Chile are named after poets, writers.

Most streets in Venezuela are named after military people. It means that they respect power, not reason. Chileans respect reason, not power.

Costa Rica is also good, but is a smaller country. Santiago de Chile is a big and cosmopolitan city.

Most southamerican people like english speaking people.

Most chileans are extremely well cultivated. A kid knows about books, maps, good caligraphy, etc. It's a country with two realities, as many southamerican country: very poor and very rich.

I hope I have helped you.

What are you planning to do in Chile? Let me know, maybe I can help you.

Daniel Rostand.

iberiafeliz@yahoo.com
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Thanks!

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Costa Rica.....
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good choice...if you are a professionsl or tradesmen...Brazil...
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Re: What is the most stable South American country to live in, in terms of violence, economy, and politics?
Antarctica.

No politics
No Violence
No Economy


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Yes, Costa Rica is a good option, too. It is also closer to the USA, too.

Costa Rica is developing. Chile is already developed.
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Antarctica.

No politics
No Violence
No Economy


tomato
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Har.
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The Bush's bought their Escape estate in Uruguay.

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