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May's activity data underline the dramatic effect of the social unrest in Colombia’s economic growth. The latest data show that retail sales, excluding the volatile fuel and vehicles components, plunged 4.1% month- to-month in June, following a 10.7% collapse in April ,when mobility restrictions were in place.
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