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TABLE-Ecuador's 12-month inflation accelerates to 3.03 pct in April
May 7, 2013 / 2:11 PM / 4 years ago

TABLE-Ecuador's 12-month inflation accelerates to 3.03 pct in April

QUITO, May 7 (Reuters) - Ecuador's annual inflation rate
accelerated to 3.03 percent in April, while consumer prices rose
0.18 percent month-on-month, the government's statistics office
said on Tuesday.
    The government of socialist President Rafael Correa expects
annual inflation of around 5 percent this year. 
    Consumer prices in the Andean country rose 4.16 percent in
2012, less than the 5.41 percent recorded in 2011, but above the
3.33 percent seen in 2010.
    Here is the breakdown of inflation data:
    
                April       March     April 2012
  Change on     +0.18       +0.44       +0.16
 month (pct)                          
  Change on     +3.03       +3.01       +5.42
 year (pct)                           
 Index (base    143.49      143.23      139.26
 year 2004)                           
   Food &       -0.19       +0.77       -0.42
  beverage

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