The Consumer price index (CPI) measures
inflation in Timor-Leste. The CPI is calculated as a
weighted average of prices of a specified set of goods and
services purchased by consumers in Timor-Leste. The weights
used in the CPI represent shares of a fixed basket of goods
and services purchased by a typical consumer in Timor-Leste.
Weights of the CPI in Timor- Leste by Consumption
1. Food (57%)
2. Alcohol and tobacco (5%)
3. Clothing and footwear (9%)
4. Housing (10%)
5. Household furnishings, supplies and services (8%)
6. Health (4%)
7. Recreation and education (3%)
8. Transport and communication (4%)
National Statistics Department
The CPI index is published monthly by the
National Statistics Department.
The index base is 100 at a chosen point in time.
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