Oman’s inflation rate rises by 3.56% in November

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Muscat: Oman’s inflation rate rises by 3.56% in November 2021.

In the latest data issued by the National Center for Statistics and Information: The inflation rate in the Sultanate of Oman increased during the month of November 2021 by 3.56 percent compared to the same month of 2020, and the rate increased by 0.12 percent compared to October 2021.

The increase in the price index in November 2021 compared to the same month in 2020 is attributed to the increase in the prices of major groups such as the transportation group by 11.04 percent, the education group by 5.10 percent, the personal goods and miscellaneous services group by 3.18 percent, the tobacco group by 2.98 percent, and the food and beverage group. The non-alcoholic group accounted for 2.76 percent, and the culture and entertainment group accounted for 2.64 percent.

The group of furniture, fixtures, household equipment and regular household maintenance increased by 1.44 percent, the group of housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels by 1.24 percent, the group of restaurants and hotels by 0.11 percent, the group of clothes and shoes by 0.57 percent, and the health group by 0.06 percent. In contrast, the prices of Communications group by 0.06 percent.

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