The Consumer Price Index (CPI) experienced at the end of June 2022 in Casablanca, an increase of 0.8% compared to the previous month.
Thus, the CPI reached the level of 112.4 in June against 111.7 in May 2022, indicates the High Commission for Planning (HCP) in a note relating to the CPI.
In comparison with its level of the same month of the previous year, the CPI increased by 7.4%, specifies the same source.
This variation is the result of the 10.5% increase in the index of food products and 5.6% in the index of non-food products.
The CPI measures the relative change in retail prices of everyday consumer goods of the urban population over time and space.
Product prices are collected from a sample of retail outlets through a permanent survey in 18 cities representing all regions of the Kingdom, namely: Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier, Marrakech, Oujda, Fez, Agadir , Meknes, Beni Mellal, Kenitra, Tetouan, Errachidia, Safi, Laayoune, Guelmim, Settat, Dakhla and Al Hoceima.