Inflation in the stricken South American nation of Venezuela hit an annual rate of 830,000% this year to October, according to new data released this week to the country’s parliament.
A report published by a coalition of opposition parties said the annual rate had almost doubled since in the month since the latest report was published. In the year to September, inflation stood at 488,000%.
Monthly inflation actually fell somewhat, with that figure falling to 147% in October from 233% in September.
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