Egypt's core annual inflation rises

11 January 2010

The Central Bank of Egypt has announced that the country's core annual inflation rate rose to 6.85% in December, compared to 6.59% in November, due to unfavourable base effects from last year, Reuters has reported. The central bank has been using core inflation figures to help it in its monetary policy since 2006, but only began releasing the data publicly in October.

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