Inflation Hits 21.09 per cent

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The increase in the price of fuel, scarcity of foreign exchange, and disruption in food supply chain pushed headline inflation to a new record high of 21.09 per cent in October.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, this is 0.32 per cent higher than 20.77 per cent reported in September.

According to the NBS, urban inflation rate had risen to 21.63 per cent while rural inflation was now 20.57 per cent.

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