Bolivia seems immune to inflation, but for how long?

According to experts, the low inflation is sustained by the fixed dollar exchange rate in place since 2011 and subsidies on fuel and some foodstuffs.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - While other countries are struggling with inflationary pressures that worsened with the war in Ukraine, Bolivia is an island in the continent with the lowest inflation for 14 years, thanks to a policy of subsidies and price controls. But experts urge caution and fear that the formula is at . . .

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