Panama: Imported inflation

Posted on April 4, 2012 • Filed under: Economy, Panama

Panama recorded an inflation of 6.4% to the month of February this year, considered a moderate within the range of measurement, but that the experts categorized as imported. The national director of Free Competition Authority Consumer Protection and Competition (acodec) Cardoze Oscar Garcia said during the monthly meeting of executives organized by the Chamber of Commerce, a country can suffer from inflation by different reasons and in the case of Panama is due to imported inflation, the result of high fuel costs. Read Article

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