Colombia Inflation Surges to Highest Since 2001 Amid DroughtBy
Result was worse than all 31 forecasts in a Bloomberg survey
Surging prices point to more interest rate increases to come
Colombian inflation accelerated to the fastest pace since 2001 as the El Nino weather phenomenon hit food supplies and a fall in the peso pushed up import costs.
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