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Hanoi CPI up 0.22 percent in OctoberHanoi’s consumer price index (CPI) rose 0.22 percent in November against the previous month, or 6.67 percent over the same period last year, according to the Municipal Statistics Office.

Most items in the commodity basket used to calculate the CPI saw an increase of less than 1 percent.

The price of homes, fuel and construction materials saw the highest increase of 0.99 percent followed by hats and footwear (0.95 percent), commodities and other services (0.41 percent), home appliances (0.40 percent), culture, entertainment and tourism (0.23 percent), medicines and healthcare services (0.17 percent), drinks and cigarettes (0.12 percent), education (0.04 percent) and transport (0.02 percent).

Food experienced a decrease of 0.05 percent, indicating a reduction in the cost of restaurant services.

Meanwhile, the gold price in Hanoi was down by 2.85 percent against October, while the local currency VND inched up by 0.12 percent against the US dollar.


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