Technology, Consumer Staples, Financials Dec 06, 2021 05:09 PM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
Financial Associated Press, December 6 - the Central Bank of Turkey released a report on December 6 that energy factor was one of the main reasons for the obvious rise of inflation in Turkey in November. The report said that due to the negative impact of commodity prices, the continuous interruption of the supply chain and the fluctuation of the Turkish Lira exchange rate, the prices of production factors generally rose, especially the prices of energy and intermediate products, which led to the rise of inflation in Turkey in November. According to the data released by the Turkish statistics office on December 3, the inflation rate in Turkey increased by 1.42 percentage points to 21.31% in November. This is the sixth consecutive month that Turkey's inflation rate has shown an upward trend.
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