Windhoek has highest inflation in Nam

15 May 2019 | Economics

Windhoek’s annual overall inflation rate in April was 5%, the highest in the country, according to figures released by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) this morning.
The NSA launched the country’s first zonal consumer price index. The index deals with three zones: Zone 1 (Katima Mulilo, Oshakati and Otjiwarongo), Zone 2 (Windhoek) and Zone 3 (Gobabis, Swakopmund, Mariental and Keetmanshoop).
Zone 1’s overall inflation rate last month was 3.8% and that of Zone 3 was 4.8%.
Read the full report tomorrow in Market Watch.

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