Chile’s president seeks to curb inflation

The government will invest heavily to stabilize fuel prices. Boric's administration will also present bills to avoid sharp hikes in electricity and boost competition in the gas sector.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chilean President Gabriel Boric said his government would take measures to control rising fuel costs that have pushed annual inflation to a 14-year high and pressured the Central Bank to raise interest rates.

Authorities will inject US$40 million into Chile's fuel . . .

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