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inflation Archives

Analysis: How to make inflation an accessory to success

Inflation has well and truly arrived and retailers are starting to feel its presence. The cost of almost everything is r...

How food export bans, from India to Argentina, risk fuelling inflation

India is one of at least 19 countries that have introduced food export restrictions since the war in Ukraine sent prices...

Managing inflation: Here’s how to know when the price is right

Costs are going up for businesses and that won’t stop any time soon. But before you decide just what expenses to pass on...

Aussie supermarket Coles confident it can stay on top of rising food prices

Chief executive Steven Cain said yesterday the supermarket has consistently stayed below national food price averages, a...

Price hikes not the only way to deal with inflation, KMD Brands CEO says

Michael Daly says the company that owns Kathmandu, Rip Curl and Oboz can deal with inflation in other ways, such as nego...

Hong Kong’s underlying inflation rate eases up

Hong Kong’s underlying inflation rate was 2.1 per cent in January.

Clothing bucks Hong Kong inflation trend

The underlying Hong Kong inflation rate in March was 2.9 per cent, mainly due to the smaller increases in the prices of ...

Hong Kong inflation figures released

Despite sagging retail sales and signs of a decline in rents, Hong Kong inflation rose in January.

Hong Kong inflation rate edges up in November

The Hong Kong inflation rate rose marginally in November, reflecting the dissipation of the fuel rebate on electricity.

Retail prices impact Singapore inflation

Increasing retail prices impacted on Singapore inflation in September.