Mauritius's Annual Inflation Estimated at 7% by June, Central Bank Says

Mauritius’s annual inflation rate is estimated to be higher than 7 percent by June next year, central bank Governor Rundheersing Bheenick told reporters today in the capital, Port Louis.

Inflation is estimated to be at about 5.7 percent in December this year compared with a year earlier, he said.

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