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Nigeria Economic Update(Issue 3)

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), in its Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Inflation report for December 2023, revealed that Nigeria’s headline inflation rate rose to 28.92 percent. On a Year-on-Year (YoY) basis, the figure is 7.58 percentage points higher compared to 21.34 percent recorded in December 2022 and 0.72 percentage points higher than 28.20 percent recorded in November 2023. The inflation rate is 11.76 percentage points higher than the 2023 budget assumption of 17.16 percent. The food inflation rate rose to 33.93 percent from 23.75 percent in December 2022, representing 10.18 percentage points increase.

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