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16 Feb. 2015 Central Banks in LatAm Concerned about Inflation Pass-Through

By Andres Abadia

Central banks in Chile, Peru, and Mexico hogged the market spotlight last week. Chile left its main interest rate at 3.0% on Thursday, for the fourth consecutive meeting.

Posted: 16th Feb 2015 in 'Latin America Documents'

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