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Zambia's Inflation Drops By 0.5%

By Sanday Chongo Kabange

Zambia’s annual inflation rate has struck a marginal reduction from 8.2% in August to 7.7% in September, 2010.

Central Statistical Office (CSO) has attributed the slight fall in Zambia’s annual inflation to reductions in food and non-food stuffs.

CSO acting chief executive, John Kalumbi, said in Lusaka Thursday, the reduction is annual inflation by 0.5% “is as results of reductions in food and non food commodities.”

Market analysts say the reduction in annual inflation is “insignificant” as it has no direct impact on Zambians suffering from hunger....
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Posted By: Sanday Chongo Kabange
Country: Zambia
Category: Business
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