DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) – Tanzanian inflation continued to fall in the year to June due to slower rises in the prices of food and energy, official data showed on Monday. The year-on-year rate of inflation fell to 7.6 percent from 8.3 percent in May, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said, and has now fallen in the last 16 of 17 months. In the month of December 2012 it was unchanged. Consumer prices or headline inflation in east Africa's second biggest economy fell 0.5 percent during the month of June compared with a 0.6 percent drop in May. …
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