CPI increased 1.34% y/y in August.

By bne IntelliNews September 6, 2011
Taiwan's consumer price index (CPI) increased 1.34% y/y in August this year, as compared to the 1.33% y/y growth posted in July. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the inflation in the country was mainly stable during the period as compared to the previous month, as the increases in clothing and poultry prices were balanced by the decreases in vegetables and telecom services. The wholesale price index (WPI), a gauge of production costs, grew 3.85% y/y in August, as compared to the increase of 4.02% y/y registered in July.

CPI increased 1.34% y/y in August.

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