Inflation - South Africa



Inflation of South Africa
Value & RankThe Inflation of South Africa is 5.80 (%) with a global rank of 56.
South Africa compared to other CountriesThe Inflation of South Africa is similar to that of The Gambia, Equatorial Guinea, Cuba, Rwanda, Jordan, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Nicaragua, Myanmar, Costa Rica with a respective Inflation of 6.00, 6.00, 6.00, 5.90, 5.90, 5.80, 5.80, 5.70, 5.70, 5.60 (%) and a global rank of 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61.Last 10 years averageSouth Africa had an average Inflation of 5.59 (%) in the last 10 years from (2003 to 2013).
South Africa during the Great RecessionSouth Africa's Inflation had a positive growth of 56.5% during the Great RecessionSouth Africa since the end of the Great RecessionSouth Africa's Inflation had a negative growth (decline) of 19.4% since the end of the Great Recession
YearInflation (%) - South Africa
199115.33
199213.87
19939.72
19948.94
19958.68
19967.35
19978.60
19986.88
19995.18
20005.34
20015.80
20029.90
20035.90
20041.39
20054.00
20064.60
20076.50
200811.30
20097.20
20104.10
20115.00
20125.70
20135.80
Inflation of South Africa
Country NameGlobal RankInflation (%)
The Gambia516.00
Equatorial Guinea526.00
Cuba536.00
Rwanda545.90
Jordan555.90
South Africa565.80
Kenya575.80
Kazakhstan585.80
Nicaragua595.70
Myanmar605.70
Costa Rica615.60
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Datasource: Compile from multiple sources
Workbank - World Development Indicators
CIA - The World Factbook