Zimbabwe’s consumer price inflation gained 0.03 percentage points to 2.71 percent on an annualised basis in April, the national statistics agency said yesterday.
On a monthly basis, the inflation rate gained 0.33 percentage points on the March rate of -0.25 percent to 0.08 percent, Zimstats said.
According to the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe, the cost of living for a family of six stood at $591.58 in April.
It was $588.70 in March.
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