According to the Federal Bureau of Statistics, the country saw a slight decline in inflation during October as compared to September.

According to the Bureau of Statistics, inflation stood at 9.04% in September, after a slight decline it’s 8.91% in October.

According to the monthly report of the Federal Bureau of Statistics, despite taking notice and forming a commission on sugar, the opposite effect took place and the already expensive sugar became more expensive by 4.54% in the month of October.

According to the report, wheat became 8.39% more expensive and wheat products 8% more expensive in one month, while the already expensive flour also became 4% more expensive in October.

According to the statistics agency, tomatoes have gone up by 48% and onions by 39% in a month, while chicken has gone up by 26.6%, eggs by 23.8%, and spicy items have gone up by 38.5% in October.

According to the report, the price of tomatoes has gone up by 52% and wheat by 41.9% in the last four months, while lentils have gone up by 40.5% in the last four months.

From July to October, lentils has gone up by 38.2%, and ghee by 17.5 per cent.

According to the report, sugar has gone up by 25.9% and flour by 21.2% in the last four months.

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