Inflation (Average Consumer Price Change %) Data for Year 1994, All Countries

23, Feb 2019, EST.

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Indicator: Inflation (Average Consumer Price Change %) › Change indicator
Year: 1994 › Change year
Date of Last Update: 17th March 2015
Data Source: International Monetary Fund (IMF)


While looking at the values for Inflation (Average Consumer Price Change %) data, please note: Data for inflation are averages for the year, not end-of-period data.

Economic Indicators : Inflation (Average Consumer Price Change %) 1994
Economic Indicator Listing in Year 1994
  Inflation (Average Consumer Price Change %)   Value  
 Advanced Economies 2.656 % 
 Albania 22.565 % 
 Algeria 29 % 
 Angola 949.771 % 
 Antigua and Barbuda 6.485 % 
 Armenia 5,273.45 % 
 ASEAN 5 7.398 % 
 Australia 1.927 % 
 Austria 2.71 % 
 Azerbaijan 1,664.00 % 
 Bahamas 1.367 % 
 Bahrain 3.999 % 
 Bangladesh 6.15 % 
 Barbados 0.7 % 
 Belarus 2,220.90 % 
 Belgium 2.396 % 
 Belize 2.569 % 
 Benin 38.535 % 
 Bhutan 5.907 % 
 Bolivia 7.875 % 
 Botswana 10.6 % 
 Brazil 2,075.83 % 
 Brunei Darussalam 2.448 % 
 Bulgaria 96 % 
 Burkina Faso 24.72 % 
 Burundi 14.713 % 
 Cambodia 10.44 % 
 Cameroon 12.661 % 
 Canada 0.136 % 
 Cape Verde 3.344 % 
 Central African Republic 24.55 % 
 Chad 41.272 % 
 Chile 11.443 % 
 China 24.1 % 
 Colombia 22.846 % 
 Commonwealth of Independent States 442.27 % 
 Comoros 25.3 % 
 Congo 23,773.10 % 
 Congo, Republic of 1.844 % 
 Costa Rica 13.544 % 
 Croatia 97.5 % 
 Cyprus 4.66 % 
 Denmark 2.004 % 
 Developing Asia 14.344 % 
 Djibouti 6.505 % 
 Dominica -0.012 % 
 Dominican Republic 8.261 % 
 Ecuador 27.443 % 
 Egypt 9.046 % 
 El Salvador 10.584 % 
 Emerging and Developing Economies 89.595 % 
 Emerging and developing Europe 75.958 % 
 Equatorial Guinea 31.841 % 
 Eritrea 13.147 % 
 Estonia 47.656 % 
 Ethiopia 1.166 % 
 Euro Area 2.696 % 
 European Union 7.838 % 
 Fiji 0.8 % 
 Finland 1.076 % 
 France 1.664 % 
 Gabon 36.116 % 
 Gambia 1.71 % 
 Germany 2.717 % 
 Ghana 24.874 % 
 Greece 10.881 % 
 Grenada 6.435 % 
 Guam 12.4 % 
 Guatemala 12.507 % 
 Guinea 4.22 % 
 Guinea Bissau 15.176 % 
 Haiti 42.557 % 
 Honduras 21.769 % 
 Hong Kong 8.802 % 
 Hungary 18.866 % 
 Iceland 1.552 % 
 India 10.275 % 
 Indonesia 8.518 % 
 Iran 35.556 % 
 Ireland 2.366 % 
 Israel 12.342 % 
 Italy 4.164 % 
 Ivory Coast 25.956 % 
 Jamaica 35.063 % 
 Japan 0.687 % 
 Jordan 3.524 % 
 Kazakhstan 1,401.99 % 
 Kenya 28.814 % 
 Kiribati 4 % 
 Korea 6.266 % 
 Kuwait 2.374 % 
 Kyrgyzstan 180.683 % 
 Laos 7.67 % 
 Latvia 35.9 % 
 Lebanon 8.235 % 
 Lesotho 8.308 % 
 Libya 10.671 % 
 Luxembourg 2.2 % 
 Macedonia 126.583 % 
 Madagascar 38.992 % 
 Major advanced economies (G7) 2.198 % 
 Malawi 34.659 % 
 Malaysia 3.687 % 
 Maldives 3.386 % 
 Mali 24.289 % 
 Malta 4.128 % 
 Mauritania 4.128 % 
 Mauritius 7.335 % 
 Mexico 6.986 % 
 Middle East 13.911 % 
 Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan 13.632 % 
 Moldova 329.636 % 
 Mongolia 87.565 % 
 Morocco 5.142 % 
 Mozambique 63.123 % 
 Namibia 12.056 % 
 Nepal 8.951 % 
 Netherlands 2.121 % 
 New Zealand 1.757 % 
 Nicaragua 3.7 % 
 Niger 35.534 % 
 Norway 1.397 % 
 Oman -0.655 % 
 Other Advanced Economies (Excluding G7 and Eurozone) 3.869 % 
 Pakistan 11.268 % 
 Panama 1.332 % 
 Papua New Guinea 2.849 % 
 Paraguay 20.596 % 
 Peru 23.735 % 
 Philippines 10.393 % 
 Poland 32.2 % 
 Portugal 4.971 % 
 Puerto Rico 1.438 % 
 Qatar 1.3 % 
 Romania 136.742 % 
 Russia 307.634 % 
 Rwanda 20.996 % 
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 1.427 % 
 Saint Lucia 2.664 % 
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0.288 % 
 Samoa 12.087 % 
 Sao Tome and Principe 51.16 % 
 Saudi Arabia 1.325 % 
 Senegal 32.104 % 
 Seychelles 2.229 % 
 Sierra Leone 24.199 % 
 Singapore 3.095 % 
 Slovakia 13.464 % 
 Slovenia 20.745 % 
 Solomon Islands 13.294 % 
 South Africa 8.876 % 
 Spain 4.718 % 
 Sri Lanka 8.448 % 
 Sudan 115.478 % 
 Suriname 142.841 % 
 Swaziland 13.769 % 
 Sweden 2.912 % 
 Switzerland 0.851 % 
 Syria 15.328 % 
 Taiwan 4.103 % 
 Tajikistan 350.358 % 
 Tanzania 37.9 % 
 Thailand 5.061 % 
 the World 31.568 % 
 Togo 35.259 % 
 Tonga 3.922 % 
 Trinidad and Tobago 3.733 % 
 Tunisia 5.423 % 
 Turkey 104.54 % 
 Turkmenistan 1,748.30 % 
 Uganda 2.59 % 
 Ukraine 891.187 % 
 United Arab Emirates 5.699 % 
 United Kingdom 1.948 % 
 United States 2.596 % 
 Uruguay 44.736 % 
 Uzbekistan 1,568.33 % 
 Vanuatu 2.303 % 
 Venezuela 60.817 % 
 Vietnam 9.488 % 
 Western Hemisphere 293.444 % 
 World Average 226.37 % 
 Yemen 71.277 % 
 Zambia 54.614 % 
 Zimbabwe -2.761 % 
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