However, food inflation declined to 9.6 percent in September from 11.7 percent in August, driven by decline in prices of fruits. Nsubuga says despite the decline in food inflation, food prices generally continue to remain high.
UBOS Director of Macroeconomic Statistics Dr Chris Mukiza (R) and the Principal Statistician Vincent Musoke Nsubuga at the release of the Consumer Price Index for September 2017. Login to license this image from 1$.
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