Costa Rica Consumer Prices Rose 0.92% in December From Month Ago

Costa Rican consumer prices rose 0.92 percent in December, leading to a pick-up in annual inflation for the first time in four months, the national statics agency said.

Prices climbed 4.74 percent from the same month a year ago, compared with 4.56 percent in November, the agency said today on its website.

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