During the first half of September, inflation in Mexico maintained its rate of decline, although slower, the National Consumer Price Index (INPC) presented an increase of 0.25 percent fortnightly, bringing the annual rate to 4.44 percent.
Data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) show that with this, inflation reached its seventh month of decline and its best level in 30 months.
In the same fortnight of 2022, inflation biweekly was 0.41 percent and the annual rate was 8.76 percent.
The underlying price index increased 0.27 percent at a biweekly and annual rate, 5.78 percent.
He non-core price index showed an increase of 0.19 percent fortnightly and 0.48 percent, annual rate.
Within the underlying index, at a biweekly rate, merchandise prices grew 0.21 percent and services, 0.34 percent.
Within the non-core index, at a biweekly rate, the prices of agricultural products They rose 0.54 percent and those of energy and tariffs authorized by the government fell 0.13 percent.