The consumer price index (CPI) increased by 1.64 per cent in the January to July period, the lowest rate since 2016, with lower food and electricity prices after Government efforts to stabilise prices and support virus-hit citizens and enterprises in the pandemic, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
The official Cambodian consumer price index (CPI) remained at relatively low levels in the first half of 2021, which the government and economic observers insist is still manageable and expected to accelerate later in the year on the back of rising global oil prices.
If Viet Nam could control inflation cautiously and proactively, the CPI for the whole of 2021 would rise by below 3 per cent, said an expert in Ha Noi last week.
A cautious approach in managing inflation could help ensure the consumer price index (CPI) staying below 3%.
Vietnam estimated a trade deficit of $2 billion for May, while consumer prices in the month rose 2.9% from a year earlier, government data showed on Saturday.
Viet Nam’s consumer price index (CPI) in May was up 0.16 per cent against April and 2.9 per cent from last year, reported the General Statistics Office (GSO) on Saturday.
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The 2020 Consumer Price Index (CPI) in Vietnam was contained at 3.23%, but which will be difficult to maintain at a target of 4% in 2021. The reasons behind this lies in many complicating factors that can push the CPI up rather suddenly and unexpectedly.
Vietnam’s consumer price index (CPI) is set to average 2.89% in 2021, below the government’s target of 4%.
Hiking prices of food, catering services, and public transport services over the Lunar New Year holiday, as well as the end of Electricity of Vietnam's power-price assistance programme were the main reasons behind the record increase of the consumer price index (CPI).
Viet Nam’s consumer price index (CPI) in February was up 1.52 per cent over the previous month and 0.7 per cent year on year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).