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The CPI rebounds in May to 8.7% due to the increase in gasoline and food prices

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose four tenths to 8.

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The CPI rebounds in May to 8.7% due to the increase in gasoline and food prices

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose four tenths to 8.7% in the interannual rate and advanced 0.8% in May in relation to April due to the rise in fuel and food, according to advance data published today by the National Statistics Institute (INE).

Inflation resumes its upward path this month after having moderated in April, although it is still 1.1 points below the peak of March, when the CPI reached 9.8%, its highest rate in almost 37 years. This new year-on-year rise and

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