Colombia Inflation Surges to Highest Since 2001 Amid Drought

  • 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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