One of the main concerns for Colombians in this 2023 is that the cost of living continues to rise and according to the latest Dane report, where the inflation data for the last month of 2022 was 13.12 percent, the anguish increases, considering that this is the highest figure in 23 years.

The Dane revealed the data on January 5, 2023.

With these figures it is possible to measure the increase in some of the products that Colombians consume the most. Here is a list of those increases:

Foods

– Rice rose 54.05 percent
– Bread rose 30.36 percent
– Milk rose 36.65 percent
– Eggs rose 33.68 percent
– Beef rose 20.21 percent
– Pork rose 14.44 percent
– Poultry meat rose 16.25 percent

Services

– Electricity rose 22.40 percent
– Gasoline rose 21, 93 percent
– Sewerage rose 14.22 percent

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education

– Preschool and basic primary education rose 6.29 percent
– Secondary Education rose 6.44 percent
– Enrollment and enrollment in technical, technological and university careers rose 5.72 percent.
– Enrollment and enrollment in postgraduate courses (specialization, master’s, doctorate) increased 4.95 percent
– Other expenses in higher education rose 4.36 percent
– Non-formal education courses rose 5.63 percent
– Graduates, continuing education, preicfes, pre-university rose 3.95 percent

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Other services

Beauty Products rose 6.93 percent
Articles In Gold, Silver And Precious Stones And Their Repair rose 17.58 percent
Expenses in nightclubs, bars, grills, taverns, inns and indoor and outdoor stores (food, drinks, cover) rose 7.67 percent
Cinemas and Theaters rose 8.91 percent

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