The annual rate of inflation, as measured by the Retail Price Index was, 0.27 per cent in November, dipping from 0.35 per cent registered the previous month.
The National Statistics Office, in an announcement on Friday, said the 12-month moving average rate for November stood at 0.72 per cent.
It noted that the largest upward impact on annual inflation was measured in the food index, while the largest downward impact was recorded in the transport and communication index.
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