Colombia Inflation Soars to Highest Since 2008 Amid DroughtBy
Consumer prices rose 7.45% in February, exceeding forecasts
Severe drought has hit food supplies, raising price of staples
Colombian inflation accelerated to its fastest pace in seven years as a severe drought hits food supplies and a fall in the peso lifts import costs.
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