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20th Jan 2015 18:00Latin America, Economic Monitor

Colombia is one of the few larger economies in Latin America to have enjoyed solid, positive economic growth over the past two years. But lower commodity prices and last year's central bank tightening, to curb high inflation generated by strong growth, have started to become visible in the main economic data.

Colombia Oil prices Brazil Inflation Construction Investment Retail sales Industrial production Auto sales Peso currency GDP Consumption U.S. Selic rate Manufacturing Monetary policy meeting Dilma Rousseff

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