Sudan’s inflation accelerates to 359.09% in 2021 By Reuters
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: People gather outside a bakery in Khartoum North, Sudan March 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
(Reuters) – Sudan’s headline inflation rate averaged 359.09% in 2021, up from 163.26% in 2020, the Central Bureau of Statistics said on Sunday.
Inflation slowed to 318.21% year-on-year in December, from 339.58 in the previous month, the statistics agency added in a statement.
Core inflation, which strips out volatile items such as food, increased to 443.48% in December from 428.34% in November.
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