Uruguay’s central bank raised its policy rate by another 25 basis points to 9.25 percent in an attempt to rein in inflation and keep inflationary expectations in check.
Banco Central del Uruguay (BCU), which also raised rates at its previous meeting in September, said the country’s economy was continuing to grow at a reasonable pace, propelled by higher exports and services, rising private investment and strong domestic demand.
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