Colombia Central Banker Says Rate Stance Isn't to Cool GrowthBy
Jump in September's inflation caused by one-time effects
Board sees greater risk that inflation expectations increase
Colombia’s inflation is being driven higher by temporary supply shocks and not demand pressures and the economy doesn’t need action to cool already slowing growth, central bank co-director Cesar Vallejo said.
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