Indonesia reports inflation at 0.28 per cent in November

JAKARTA (Xinhua): Indonesia recorded an inflation of 0.28 per cent month-on-month in November, continuing the inflation trend in the previous month, said Statistics Indonesia on Tuesday (Dec 1).

The biggest contributor to the inflation in November was the increase in several expenditure groups such as foods, beverages, and tobacco, of 0.86 per cent, healthcare, of 0.32 per cent, and the transportation, of 0.30 per cent.

The Indonesian statistics agency noted that the inflation rate for the January-November period was recorded at 1.23 per cent, and the annual inflation at 1.59 per cent.

Last October, Indonesia recorded an inflation of 0.07 per cent.

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