Between January and September, Bolivia maintained controlled inflation and one of the lowest in the South American region with 1.76%, the state-run National Institute of Statistics (INE) and the Government announced on Wednesday, October 5.
In September, the Consumer Price Index (CPI), or inflation, which measures the variation of prices of products, goods, and services, registered a positive variation of 0.14% compared to August.
"The accumulated variation was 1.76%, and at 12 months, it was positive with an increase of 1.89%," the INE states in its report released on Wednesday.
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