Malaysia July CPI clothing and footwear fell 0.2%
Publish Time:2014-08-25 Hit:978times
According to data published by the Malaysian Statistics show that the country of the (2014) In July consumer price index rose 3.2 percent, compared with 3.3 percent market forecast of slightly lower.
Malaysia economists believe the Malaysian inflation rate this year in July rose 3.2 percent from a year earlier, showing inflationary pressures are still not fully relieve. Malaysia's inflation rate is expected this year is expected to remain at 3% level.
July compared with the remarkable increase in the prices of major consumer goods, including alcoholic beverages and tobacco (up 11.6%), transportation (up 5.4%) and restaurants and hotels (up 5.0%); prices of other items, including non-alcoholic beverages and food (up 3.1 percent), housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels (up 3.2 percent), education (up 2.3 percent), health care (up 3.3 percent), recreation, services and culture (up 1.9%), miscellaneous goods and services (up 1.4%) and furniture, household equipment and daily maintenance (up 0.8%).
The project fell communication (down 0.7%) and clothing and footwear (down 0.2 percent).
1-7 year cumulative Malaysia's consumer price index was 109.9, up 3.3 percent from a year earlier.