Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Average prices fell by about half of one percent during September, according to the September Consumer Price Index table from Zimbabwe Central Statistical Office. The fall is mainly the result of falls in fresh vegetable prices and passenger transport fares, but declines were also recorded for hospital and paramedical services, clothing, household textiles and fuel prices, and between them, these decreases were enough to offset increases in the prices of dental services, electrical appliances and recreational equipment.

On the re-based index of December 2008 = 100, the September index was 91,2, which was 0,5% down on the August index of 91,7.

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