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Chile consumer prices rise in January, annual inflation hits 3.5%

Reuters | Santiago | Updated: 07-02-2020 16:50 IST | Created: 07-02-2020 16:38 IST
Chile consumer prices rise in January, annual inflation hits 3.5%
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Chile consumer prices rose 0.6% in January, the government's statistics agency said on Friday, pushed upwards by a rise in food and transportation costs following several months of protests.

Annual inflation hit 3.5%, rising to the upper end of the central bank's 2% to 4% range.

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