The central bank said yesterday that the monthly indicator of economic activity, the Imacec, which tracks GDP, climbed 5.8% year on year, ahead of analysts' estimates of less than 5.5%. The figure was 3.9% in September, a month in which output was affected by public holidays.
The bank said growth continued to be driven by export industries such
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