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New CPIX figures will get the 'Investec treatment'

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New CPIX figures will get the 'Investec treatment'

By Ethel Hazelhurst
From Business Report

When June inflation figures are published tomorrow, they will immediately be recalculated by economists and heavily indebted consumers to take account of Statistics SA's reweighted consumer price basket.

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