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Zambia inflation quickens to 7.3% y/y

Dec 27 2012 14:53 Reuters

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Zambia inflation rises to 6.9%

 
Lusaka - Zambia's inflation accelerated to 7.3% y/y in December from 6.9% in November, the Central Statistical Office said on Thursday.
 
"The increase in annual inflation rate is attributed mainly to increases in some food and non-food prices," the CSO said in a statement.

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