In the June 2010 quarter compared with the March 2010 quarter:
- The consumers price index (CPI) rose 0.3 percent.
- Cigarette and tobacco prices rose 8.7 percent, reflecting an increase in excise duty.
- Transport prices rose 0.9 percent due to higher prices for petrol.
- Housing and household utility prices rose 0.5 percent.
- Recreation and culture prices fell 0.7 percent.
- Food prices fell 0.9 percent.
From the June 2009 quarter to the June 2010 quarter:
- The CPI increased 1.8 percent.
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