Where Prices Increased the Most Since 2010?

Consumer Price Index (2010 = 100%) (%), 2019 or latest
Economy | December 30, 2020
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Based on a comparison of 158 countries in 2019, South Sudan ranked the highest in consumer price index based in 2010 with 4,584% followed by Sudan and Iran. On the other end of the scale was Brunei with 99.0%, Switzerland with 99.5% and Greece with 102%.

Data for more countries are available at Consumer Price Index (2010 = 100%) indicator page.

Consumer Price Index (2010 = 100%) Unit 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Angola % 136% 146% 161% 213% 281% ... ...
Egypt % 129% 142% 157% 178% 231% ...
Ethiopia % 175% 187% 205% 219% 242%
Ghana % 130% 150% 176% 207% 232%
Guinea % ... ... ... ... ... 156% 168% 186% 201% 219%
Iran % 220% 256% 288% 309% 334%
Liberia % ... ... 125% 137% 148% 161% 181% ...
Malawi % 166% 206% 251% 305% 340%
Nigeria % 135% 146% 159% 184% 214%
Sierra Leone % ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 120% 126% 134% 149% 176%
South Sudan % ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 214% 217% 332% 1,592% 4,584% ... ...
Sudan % 219% 299% 350% 412% 545%
Suriname % 126% 130% 139% 216% 264% ...
Turkey % 125% 136% 146% 157% 175%
Ukraine % 108% 121% 180% 206% 235%