Thailand inflation cpi

Thailand inflation cpi: 0.62 (-59.74%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

Thailand inflation cpi closed down 0.62 as of June 30, 2024 from 1.54 from the previous month and 0.23 from last year.

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Thailand inflation cpi

2024-06-30 0.62
2024-05-31 1.54
2024-04-30 0.19
2024-03-31 -0.47
2024-02-29 -0.77
2024-01-31 -1.11
2023-12-31 -0.83
2023-11-30 -0.44
2023-10-31 -0.31
2023-09-30 0.3
2023-08-31 0.88
2023-07-31 0.38
2023-06-30 0.23
2023-05-31 0.53
2023-04-30 2.67
2023-03-31 2.83
2023-02-28 3.79
2023-01-31 5.02
2022-12-31 5.89
2022-11-30 5.55
2022-10-31 5.98
2022-09-30 6.41
2022-08-31 7.86
2022-07-31 7.61

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Thailand inflation cpi Historical Data

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What is the Thailand inflation cpi

Thailand's inflation is measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which tracks the average change in prices of goods and services purchased by consumers over time. A high CPI indicates that prices are rising and the purchasing power of the currency is decreasing. Factors that can contribute to inflation in Thailand include increased demand for goods and services, rising production costs, and changes in government policies or exchange rates. Controlling inflation is important for maintaining economic stability and ensuring that the cost of living remains manageable for the population. The government and central bank of Thailand closely monitor CPI data and implement measures such as adjusting interest rates or monetary policy to keep inflation in check.