Zimbabwe now has a year-over-year rate of inflation lower than the UK, India, and China, according to today’s government release (HT @World_First)
Inflation there increased by 3.2% year-over-year, and actually declined 0.4% in December.
Compare that to the UK, where inflation now stands at 3.7% annually. The rate stands at 4.3% in China, and a whopping 8.4% in India.
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