Many pundits say the greatest threats to the status of the U.S. as a tech superpower are China and India. Those people would do well to look south. Aside from notable exceptions such as Venezuela, South America is a growth dynamo with a young population and rapidly maturing economies. Many of the region's countries want to break their dependence on commodity cycles. And, increasingly, they see tech as a way to create sustained, long-term economic development. Chief among them is Chile.
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