Dominican Republic among countries least affected by regional inflation

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The Dominican Republic is one of the countries in Central America and the Caribbean least impacted by inflation in the cost of essential food products, according to the latest report from the General Directorate of Consumer Protection of Honduras.

The report was released by the National Institute for the Protection of Consumer Rights (Pro Consumidor) through its executive director, Eddy Alcántara, who made a presentation of the comparative graphs of the products per unit and pound of bulk consumption in each of the countries that make up the Central American Consumer Protection Council (Concadeco).

Alcántara, who presented within the framework of a press conference at the Pro Consumidor headquarters, showed the behavior of all the products subject to the survey carried out by the Central American country, taking as a matrix the information of each nation contained in the database from each institution, such as the price reference per unit and pound of these primary food products.


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Antigua & Barbuda

Commonwealth of Dominica



Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Lucia

St. Vincent and the Grenadines