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January's WPI inflation is at 10-month high

Mid-Day Saturday, 15 February 2020 ()
*New Delhi:* Wholesale prices-based inflation accelerated to a 10-month high of 3.10 per cent in January mainly due to costlier food articles, particulary onion and potato, official data showed on Friday. The wholesale price index (WPI) based inflation was at 2.59 per cent in December 2019, and 2.76 percent in January 2019, as...
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