Chile: Conservative Pinera sworn in for second term as president

The billionaire has vowed to revive an economy that has slumped under outgoing center-left leader Michelle Bachelet.

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    Conservative billionaire Sebastian Pinera has been sworn in as Chile's president for the second time.

    He vowed to revive an economy that has slumped under outgoing center-left leader Michelle Bachelet.

    It is the second time Bachelet has turned over the presidency to Pinera.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Santiago.


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