ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) has launched a brand new digital inflation information system, which has recognized a distinction of 9 to 18 per cent within the DCO market charge.
In keeping with particulars, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics has launched a brand new digital system of inflation statistics and stated that the choice assist system for inflation will likely be useful in well timed choices. ۔
The Bureau of Statistics stated that 10 to 12 important commodities could be reviewed in 17 cities. Final week, costs of important commodities rose by 0.82 per cent, with the best rise in Sukkur, 2.3 per cent in Sukkur and 1.09 per cent in Islamabad.
In keeping with the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, the worth of tomato rose by 14.3 per cent, rooster by 11.5 per cent, onion by 8.3 per cent, potato by 3.1 per cent, garlic by 2.5 per cent, ghee and coking oil by 1.5 per cent and pulses by 3.7 per cent and bananas by 2.8 per cent.
The digital system identified a distinction of 9 to 18 per cent within the DCO market charge, the large meat caddy c charge is Rs 443 and the market charge is Rs 540 per kg whereas the ghee market charge is 16 per cent increased than the DC charge, ghee caddy c charge is Rs 260 whereas the market charge is Rs 310 per kg. ۔
Equally, the market charge of flour was seen to be 15% increased than the official charge. The flour charge is Rs. 969, market charge is Rs. 1139 per bag whereas onion DC charge is Rs. 30 and market charge is Rs. 35 per kg.
In keeping with Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, milk DC charge is Rs 96, market charge is Rs 111 per kg, DC charge is Rs 85 per kg, market charge is Rs 94 per kg, sugar DC charge is Rs 89, market charge is Rs 98 per kg.
The DC charge of tomato is Rs 38 and market charge is Rs 43 per kg, potato DC charge is Rs 46 and market charge is Rs 51 per kg whereas DC charge of rooster is Rs 218 and market charge is Rs 231 per kg.