CONSUMER PRICE INDEXYear 2011
The Consumer Price Index, which stood at 124.4 in December 2010, registered a net increase of 6.0 points (or 4.8%) to reach 130.4 in December 2011.
The main reasons for the net increase in the CPI during the year 2011 were:
The headline inflation rate was 6.5% for year 2011 compared to 2.9% for year 2010.
The inflation rate excluding 'Alcoholic beverages and tobacco' was 5.3% for year 2011 compared to 2.9% for year 2010.
PRICE INDEX - 3rd Quarter 2011
Table 2a - Monthly Consumer Price Index, January 2003 - December 2011
Table 2b - Comparative Monthly Consumer Price Index , January 2003 - December 2011Table 3 - Net contribution of main commodities that affected the index between December 2010 and December 2011
Table 4 : Monthly sub-indices by division of consumption expenditure, December 2010 - December 2011
Table 5 - Monthly CPI by division and group of consumption expenditure, December 2010 - December 2011
Table 6 - Inflation rate (%), 1990 - 2011
|Whole in PDF (156 KB)||Introduction in Word (86 KB)||Tables in Excel (89 KB)|
:: Home :: List of indicators :: Consumer Price Index ::