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10th Jan 2023 15:38Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Inflation in Brazil is still falling, but the downtrend is losing speed, despite tight financial conditions.
  • The inflation nightmare in Colombia continues, with the headline and core rates still climbing rapidly.
  • In both countries, fiscal and policy uncertainty will make policymakers’ life extremely complicated.

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