The November 2010 Zambian Inflation rate reduced once again to 7.1 percent as a result of continued reductions in food prices.
The November 2010 Zambia inflation figures were released by Central Statistical Office acting director Mr. John Kalumbi on 25th November 2010.
Kalumbi said the reduction in the countrys annual inflation rate between October 2010 and November 2010 resulted from reduced prices for food beverages, tobacco, recreation and education.
The acting director said this happened despite the fact that annual inflation rates increased for clothing, footwear, household fuel, medical care among other goods and services.
The Zambian textile and clothing Industry has seen better days and is now facing stiff competition from imported cheap garments and also from second-hand clothing commonly known as 'salaula'.
Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia is well connected by major roads to Tanzania, Chipata, Chirundu and Livingstone.
The July 2015 Zambian inflation rate was recorded at 7.1%, the same as that of June 2015.