According to OECD, consumer price inflation in South Africa reached the peak of 7.1% in 2009. The trend of the inflation rate since 2010 could be called upward if there was no decline in 2015. IMF agree with OECD and UN that following two years will show the decrease of inflation, also IMF estimate that it will remain constant since 2018 at the level of 5.5%.
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