Countries With Lowest Food Inflation - Bottom 10 World

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Benin
Chad
Fiji
Iceland
Iraq
Ireland
Ivory Coast
Palestine
Togo
Vietnam

Benin Food Inflation was last reported at -6.20 percent. Source: Institut National de la Statistique et de l’Analyse Economique, Benin. Forecast: -5.29 percent.
Togo Food Inflation stands at -6.20 percent. Source: DGSCN, Togo. Forecast: -6.67 percent.
Fiji Food Inflation latest value is -4.80 percent. Source: Reserve Bank of Fiji. Forecast: -4.9 percent.
Iceland Food Inflation was last reported at -4.30 percent. Source: Statistics Iceland. Jan 2008=100. Forecast: -4.4913 percent.
Chad Food Inflation stands at -4.00 percent. Source: Institut National de la Statistique, des Etudes Economiques et Démographiques (INSEED), Tchad. Forecast: -3.48 percent.
Iraq Food Inflation latest value is -0.60 percent. Source: Central Bank of Iraq. 2012=100. Forecast: -0.5861 percent.
Palestine Food Inflation was last reported at -3.10 percent. Source: Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. 2010=100. Forecast: -2.8587 percent.
Vietnam Food Inflation stands at -3.10 percent. Source: General Statistics Office of Vietnam. Forecast: -4 percent.
Ireland Food Inflation latest value is -2.70 percent. Source: Central Statistics Office Ireland. 2016M12=100. Forecast: -2.7 percent.
Ivory Coast Food Inflation was last reported at -2.20 percent. Source: Intitut National de la Statistique. 2008=100. Forecast: -1.8131 percent.
The country with lowest Food Inflation is Iraq (-0.60 percent in Mar 2017) followed by Ivory Coast (-2.20 percent in Jun 2017) in the second position and Ireland (-2.70 percent in Jun 2017) in the third.