Rwanda's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, grew 4.58 percent year on year in November 2013, down from the 5.10 percent recorded in October.
Rwanda's consumer price index rose by 5.10 percent in October, putting the annual inflation rate at 4.2 percent.
It is noted that the increase of 0.43 in prices of Food and non alcoholic beverages is primary attributable to the increase of 0.92 of Bread and Cereals.
Generally, the increase in prices of Food and non alcoholic beverages is primary attributable to the increase of Bread and Cereals.
Rwanda's overall inflation rate rose high of 5.10 percent in September from 4.04 percent in the previous month due to increases in Food, non-alcoholic beverages and Education.
Prices of Rwandan consumer goods increased 0.20 per cent in February 2013, according to the monthly publication released by the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR).
In January 2013 the Consumer Price Index (CPI) which is described to be the main gauge of inflation in Rwanda,increased by 5.67% compared to 3.88% in the previous month.
In October 2012 the All Urban general index is established at 118.4 this stands for an increase of 0.33% over the previous month which was 118.0.
In September 2012 the All Urban general index is established at 118.0 this stands for an increase of 0.22% over the previous month which was 117.8.