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PPI at 5.7% in March
PPI at 5.7% in March

PPI at 5.7% in March


Fin24/ Reuters - Apr 26th 2013, 09:45

Johannesburg - South Africa's headline producer inflation was at 5.7% year-on-year in March compared with 5.4% in February, Statistics South Africa said on Thursday. 

Effective from the January 2013 data, Stats SA releases PPI as five industry-specific producer price indices, with final manufactured goods representing the headline number.

The other four indices are agriculture, forestry and fishing; mining and quarrying; electricity and water; and intermediate manufactured goods.  

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