CPI increased 4.19% y/y in October.

By bne IntelliNews November 2, 2011
Thailand's Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 4.19% y/y in October this year, as compared to 4.03% gain posted in September. As reported by Dow Jones International News, core CPI, which excludes energy and food costs, increased 2.89% y/y during the period. The gain in core CPI has been within the central bank's target range of 0.5%-3.0%.

CPI increased 4.19% y/y in October.

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