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Bolivia is ceasing to be the country with the least inflation in LatAm

In a world hit by an inflationary revival, Bolivia has drawn the attention of many countries in the region and the world for its low Consumer Price Index (CPI).

In fact, at the end of October, Bolivian inflation stood at 2.89% year-on-year, a value that is among the lowest in the world. To take a reference, in the main power of the planet, the United States marked an interannual 7.7% to the tenth month of the year.

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