Bolivia closed 2021 with 0.90% cumulative inflation

Bolivia closed 2021 with a cumulative inflation of 0.90% with higher incidence in areas such as transport, clothing, recreation and culture, in addition to furniture and household services in the last month, according to a recent report by the National Institute of Statistics (INE).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Consumer Price Index (CPI) shows that last December the country registered an increase of 0.16% over November, reaching a cumulative annual increase of 0.90% compared to 0.67% in 2020.

In December, the sector with the highest increase in costs was transport with 1.11%, followed by clothing with 0.78%, recreation and culture with 0.49%, and goods, furniture and household services with 0.30%.

Items such as health, housing, education and food had a lower incidence with rates ranging between 0.09% and 0.20% increase.

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