Retail inflation in Delhi, J&K more than double national average, demonetization possible reason: ASSOCHAM

Retail inflation in Delhi, J&K more than double national average, demonetization possible reason: ASSOCHAMNew Delhi [India], Feb 16 (ANI): The retail inflation may have been hovering at quite a reasonable level of 3.17 per cent for January, 2017 on an all-India basis, but there is no respite for people right in Delhi along with a couple of other states, suffering the price rise at double the national average, with demonetization leaving its possible impact, an ASSOCHAM analysis has noted. "Against the national average of 3.17 per cent, Delhi had to bear the inflation rate, measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 6.32 percent, while it was 7.01 per cent for Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and 5.92 per cent for Himachal Pradesh," said the ASSOCHAM analysis of the inflation data. It also noted that in the rural belt of the national capital, the CPI inflation was close to seven per cent at 6.85 percent.




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