Brazil's accumulated inflation from January to April was 2.7%. This is the 5th highest percentage among the G20 countries, except Australia, which has quarterly data.
The highest rates for the period are from Argentina (31.9%), Turkey (15.2%), Germany (3%), and France (2.8%).
The survey considers the 17 countries that have already released April data and the Euro Zone.
For Japan, the United Kingdom, and South Africa, Poder360 considered the market projections for April.
Australia was not included because it accounts for the accumulated inflation in 1 quarter.
According to official data from the IBGE (Brazilian . . .
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