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.
The National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda has put in place a number of innovative tools to significantly revolutionize data management and data dissemination in Rwanda.
Rwanda is to conduct the fourth Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (EICV 4) that is slated to start in May this year.