Inflation slows down further

14 November 2019 | Economics

Annual overall inflation in Namibia last month was 3.0%, down from 3.3% in September and 5.1% a year ago.
Data released by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) this morning shows annual food inflation at 4.1% in October, compared to 4.5% the previous month and 3.0% in October 2018.
Transport inflation dropped from 13.6% in October 2018 to 1.5% last month. In September, transport inflation was 2.5%.

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