Oman Inflation Rises to 1.85%
Oman Inflation Rises to 1.85%

Oman Inflation Rises to 1.85%

Oman Inflation Rises to 1.85%

Oman’s consumer-price inflation stood at 1.85% in November, following a 10.2% rise in prices in the transport basket, according to a recent bulletin released by the National Center for Statistics and Information, NewsNow reported. The food and non-alcoholic beverages segment, however, saw a price decline of 1.25%, contributed by a price decline of 1.13% in bread and cereals, 1.99% in milk, cheese and eggs, and 0.37% in oils and fat subsets, along with a drop of 2.96% in fruits, and 10.41% in vegetables. However, meat, as well as fish and seafood, reported a price rise of 0.52% and 6.12%, respectively.

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