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Inflation in Low-Cost Countries (Monthly Report)

19 January 2016 - Inflation rates have started rebounding in most low-cost countries, where authorities may prefer supporting a slowing down economic growth and let consumer prices more rapidly rising. The consecutive rise of nominal wages could however be offset by a fall of currency values, with sharp differences between emerging economies. Our monthly report offers a comparison of inflation rates in low-cost countries, with historical data available back to June 2007. Impact of currency changes vs the US dollar and the euro is also calculated to assess real terms of trade for exporters.

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