Malawi inflation at 23.7 percent year-on-year

Malawi’s consumer inflation edged up to 23.7 percent year-on-year in November, from 23.3 percent in October, the statistics office said on Thursday.

Rising  inflation

Rising inflation

The National Statistical Office said an increase in non-food inflation had emanated from mainly alcoholic drinks, housing and household, as well as transportation prices.

The November figure saw a decline in food inflation, influenced by a continuous decline in costs of cereals and cereal products during the month of November.

Food inflation slowed slightly to 21.3 percent from 21.5 percent in October 2014.

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5 thoughts on “Malawi inflation at 23.7 percent year-on-year”

  1. Fwe fwe thats all he has to say

  2. Alfred Munduwabo says:

    DPP is good at faking figures , how do Malawians trust you guys ?
    We were being told fictitious figures during your elder brother’s rule, why ?

  3. Kau says:

    This inflationary budget am seeing on top as passed. The allocation are just fine.

  4. cbk says:

    KODI WANENA NZAKE FWE FWE NDANI?ALIMBA??

  5. Mojamoja says:

    Inflation ikakwela wina aziti FWEE, FWEE, FWEE, you blood chickens!

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