Inflation continues to make headlines globally and regionally, and August was no exception.
Although some corners of Latin America began to see an incipient slowdown in prices (Brazil), the trend remains at historically high levels in the vast majority.
Countries with long-standing inflationary regimes, such as Argentina and Venezuela, continued along this path.
On the other side of the spectrum is Bolivia, with a rate of less than 2% year-on-year.
In this context . . .