Country Comparison > Inflation rate (consumer prices)

RankCountryInflation rate (consumer prices) (%)
1South Sudan187.9
2Venezuela87.5
3Congo, Democratic Republic of the41.5
4Sudan32.4
5Angola29.8
6Libya28.5
7Syria28.1
8Argentina25.7
9Yemen24.7
10Egypt23.5
11Suriname22
12Sierra Leone18.2
13Burundi16.6
14Nigeria16.5
15Mozambique15.3
16Haiti14.7
17Ukraine14.4
18Azerbaijan13
19Uzbekistan12.5
20Ghana12.4
21Liberia12.4
22Malawi12.2
23Turkey11.1
24Ethiopia9.9
25Iran9.6
26Eritrea9
27Guinea8.9
28Madagascar8.3
29Kenya8
30Gambia, The8
31Turkmenistan8
32Tonga7.4
33Kazakhstan7.4
34Tajikistan7.3
35Zambia6.6
36Moldova6.6
37Sri Lanka6.5
38Swaziland6.2
39Uruguay6.2
40Namibia6.1
41Belarus6
42Mexico6
43Georgia6
44Bhutan5.8
45Sao Tome and Principe5.7
46Uganda5.6
47Bangladesh5.6
48Algeria5.6
49Cuba5.5
50Papua New Guinea5.4
51South Africa5.3
52Tanzania5.3
53Tunisia5.3
54Lesotho5.3
55Nauru5.1
56Afghanistan5
57Rwanda4.8
58Mongolia4.6
59Lebanon4.5
60Nepal4.5
61Guatemala4.4
62Jamaica4.4
63Barbados4.4
64Colombia4.3
65Central African Republic4.1
66Isle of Man4.1
67Pakistan4.1
68Tuvalu4.1
69Turks and Caicos Islands4
70Saint Helena4
71Niue4
72Burma4
73Honduras3.9
74Nicaragua3.9
75Indonesia3.8
76Malaysia3.8
77Mauritius3.7
78Jersey3.7
79Lithuania3.7
80Estonia3.7
81Russia3.7
82Paraguay3.6
83India3.6
84Vietnam3.5
85Guernsey3.4
86Brazil3.4
87Fiji3.4
88Dominican Republic3.3
89Botswana3.3
90Jordan3.3
91Kyrgyzstan3.2
92Vanuatu3.1
93Serbia3.1
94Philippines2.9
95Seychelles2.9
96Latvia2.9
97Cambodia2.9
98Bolivia2.8
99Peru2.8
100United Kingdom2.7
101Gabon2.7
102Gibraltar2.5
103Antigua and Barbuda2.5
104Czech Republic2.4
105Hungary2.4
106Montenegro2.4
107Niger2.4
108Maldives2.3
109Mauritania2.3
110Chile2.2
111Cook Islands2.2
112Austria2.2
113Belgium2.2
114Saint Vincent and the Grenadines2.2
115United States2.1
116Luxembourg2.1
117Guyana2
118Australia2
119Albania2
120Cayman Islands2
121United Arab Emirates2
122Spain2
123Poland2
124Norway1.9
125New Zealand1.9
126Sweden1.9
127Trinidad and Tobago1.9
128Bermuda1.9
129Korea, South1.9
130Mali1.8
131Iceland1.8
132Puerto Rico1.8
133Germany1.7
134Oman1.6
135Canada1.6
136China1.6
137Costa Rica1.6
138Portugal1.6
139Saint Pierre and Miquelon1.5
140Somalia1.5
141Monaco1.5
142Kuwait1.5
143Kosovo1.5
144Hong Kong1.5
145Macedonia1.4
146New Caledonia1.4
147Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)1.4
148Bahamas, The1.4
149Bahrain1.4
150Slovenia1.4
151Senegal1.3
152Romania1.3
153Netherlands1.3
154Samoa1.3
155Anguilla1.3
156Malta1.3
157Slovakia1.3
158Italy1.3
159France1.2
160Macau1.2
161Montserrat1.2
162Bosnia and Herzegovina1.2
163Bulgaria1.2
164Belize1.1
165Denmark1.1
166Greece1.1
167Croatia1.1
168Guinea-Bissau1.1
169British Virgin Islands1.1
170Taiwan1.1
171Virgin Islands1
172San Marino1
173Guam1
174Comoros1
175El Salvador1
176Armenia0.9
177Grenada0.9
178Palau0.9
179Panama0.9
180Wallis and Futuna0.9
181Zimbabwe0.9
182Cote d'Ivoire0.8
183Morocco0.8
184Laos0.8
185Finland0.8
186Cape Verde0.8
187Equatorial Guinea0.7
188Djibouti0.7
189Thailand0.7
190East Timor0.6
191Singapore0.6
192Dominica0.6
193Cameroon0.6
194Congo, Republic of the0.5
195Micronesia, Federated States of0.5
196Solomon Islands0.5
197Japan0.5
198Switzerland0.5
199Burkina Faso0.4
200Qatar0.4
201Kiribati0.4
202Ecuador0.4
203Ireland0.3
204Northern Mariana Islands0.3
205Greenland0.3
206Gaza Strip0.2
207Israel0.2
208West Bank0.2
209Saint Lucia0.1
210Iraq0.1
211Benin0.1
212French Polynesia0
213Marshall Islands0
214Saint Kitts and Nevis0
215Brunei-0.2
216Faroe Islands-0.3
217Liechtenstein-0.4
218Aruba-0.5
219American Samoa-0.5
220Togo-0.7
221Saudi Arabia-0.9
222Andorra-0.9
223Chad-0.9

Definition: This entry furnishes the annual percent change in consumer prices compared with the previous year's consumer prices.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2019

See also: Inflation rate (consumer prices) map

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