Following is a summary of Portugal’s tourist activity report from the Instituto Nacional de Estatistica in Lisbon:
Chile’s economy grew at the slowest pace in almost four years in January, expanding less than analysts expected, as the central bank indicated that further interest rate cuts were likely.
Chile´s jobless rate rose by the most in at least four years in the three months through January, a sign that an economic slowdown is beginning to have an impact on the labor market.
Chilean consumer prices rose 0.2 percent in January, leaving annual inflation in the lower half of the target range, even after the peso depreciated for three months.
Samir Weslati has taken down the wooden door of his Tunisian home and fitted an iron replacement along with three locks, just to make sure no one can force their way in. Inside, he’s stockpiled food, diapers and milk.
Chile’s inflation rate climbed to the highest in 19 months in December after two interest rate cuts in the past three months fueled a depreciation of the peso.
While the last Blockbuster video- rental store in the U.S. closed this month, the brand lives on in Mexico as an upscale chain with aspirations to sell everything from televisions to banking services.
Following is the breakdown of September consumer prices for Tunisia. The figures were posted on the Tunisia National Institute of Statistics Web site:
Following is the breakdown of August consumer prices for Tunisia. The figures were posted on the Tunisia National Institute of Statistics Web site: