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Latin America | 10 January 2018 Mexican Inflation at a 16-Year High. Non-core Prices to Blame
Yesterday's CPI report in Mexico showed that inflation remains high, but we are confident that it will start to fall consistently during Q1, thanks chiefly to a favourable base effect.

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10 January 2018 Mexican Inflation at a 16-Year High. Non-core Prices to Blame

By Andres Abadia

Yesterday's CPI report in Mexico showed that inflation remains high, but we are confident that it will start to fall consistently during Q1, thanks chiefly to a favourable base effect.

Posted: 9th Jan 2018 in 'Latin America'

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