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Egypt's annual urban consumer price inflation eases to 14.2 percent in March: CAPMAS

Ahram Online , Wednesday 10 Apr 2019
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Egypt’s annual urban consumer price inflation decreased to 14.2 percent in March from 14.4 percent in February, the official statistics agency CAPMAS said on Wednesday.

Egypt has been pushing ahead with a series of tough economic reforms tied to a three-year, $12 billion IMF loan programme that began in late 2016. 

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