The Central Bank of Chile, also known as Banco Central de Chile, was created in 1925 as part of Chile's monetary restructuring efforts. The bank's objective is to stabilize the value of Chile's currency under a fully convertible gold standard and to regulate currency according to the needs of the monetary market. The website features central bank policies, the latest news, and financial stability reports, among other resourceful words.

InvestChile is a government agency that promotes the investment of foreign capital in Chile. The website contains business and trade information, as well as statistics on the Chilean economy. It also has an investment guide, various publications, laws, and a list of international agreements for the country.

As the main government website for Chile, this resource provides information on the president, money, government agencies and authorities, news, history, and laws and democracy. provides an indexed business directory for over 200,000 companies and over 5,500 business activities. Within each industry, the user is able to browse companies, websites, and opportunities.

The Ministry of Economy, Development, and Tourism, also known as Ministerio de Economía, Fomento y Turismo, is responsible for the promotion and development of the Chilean economy through proper regulatory actions. Features include studies and surveys in business, innovation, and a foreign trade procedures section. This site is only available in Spanish.

The site for the National Statistics Institute of Chile, also known as Instituto Nacional de Estadisticas (INE), is a collection of Chilean statistics and indices that provides helpful information for doing business in Chile. The website highlights the price index, employment figures, monthly indicators, regional indicators, and census data. Some features of the site are available only in Spanish.

ProChile, an agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, provides information ranging from the basics of Chile to business-related statistics in order to promote the spread of tourism and foreign investment in the country. Databases include exported products and exporting companies, foreign investment application procedures, and international trade fair listings. The site also presents the option to select a specific region that tailors relevant information based on that region. This site is only available in Spanish.

The Santiago Stock Exchange, also known as Bolsa de Santiago, is Chile's official webpage for its stock market. The site contains information on market data, investor services, and income statistics in order to enhance market opportunities in Chile.

Chile's major English language paper, The Santiago Times, offers extensive business coverage focusing on news in finance, economy, and trade as they relate to Chile. 

The Emerging Market Global Players (EMGP) project, a collaborative effort led by the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, ranks multinational enterprises in emerging markets according to the level of foreign assets held. The project also works to strengthen international investment by providing educational services, policy analysis, as well as tools and resources through extensive research. Reports are listed by country and can be downloaded in PDF.