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Inflation in Mexico and Colombia accelerated the uptrend in March, due to rising raw materials costs.
The reopening and a relatively resilient domestic demand are also adding to the grim inflation picture.
Government efforts have helped to avoid a sharper rebound, but won't prevent hiking by central banks.
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