Nigeria's Inflation Rate Dips to Lowest in Two Years

The National Bureau of Statistics has said the country's inflation stood at 13.34% in March, its lowest level in two years and its 14th straight drop in as many months. A separate food price index showed inflation was trimmed to 16.08% in March, from 17.59% the preceding month. Food inflation has been in double digits for almost three years, but has slowed for the past six months.



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