Consumer prices are stable: Official

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 2018-03-12

The head of Taiwan’s government statistics office – Chu Tzer-ming – was reassuring the

The public is worried about toilet paper and other consumer product prices rising. (CNA)

public on Monday that consumer prices are stable.

Chu’s comments came as toilet paper prices were set to increase by between 10% and 30%. According to opposition KMT lawmaker Lai Shyh-bao, chicken prices have already increased by 20%.

When Lai asked why the Consumer Price Index (CPI) does not reflect rising prices, Chu responded by saying it’s because there has been a decrease in prices for other products.
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