Temporal Info: 
Annual
Source: 
ILO 2012
Footnote: 

International Labor Organization (ILO). 2012. LABORSTA Online Statistical Service. Geneva: ILO. Available online at: http://laborsta.ilo.org.

Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of the change in the average price of consumer goods and services over time. It is taken by estimating the price of a standard group of goods over time. The CPI in a base year is set equal to 100, and all other years are related to that value. Below is the source, date acquired, and base year for each country. Note that some series have multiple base years for different time periods and all series are linked to former series.

Bangladesh: Government officials; 2003: Series linked to former series.
Brazil: As from 1978 index base 2000; prior to 1978: index base 1977. 1981: Break. Series (base 2000) replacing former series. 1990: Series linked to former series. 1994: Series linked to former series.
Cambodia: 1994: October-December. 2001: Series linked to former series. 2009: Series linked to former series.
Chad: As from 1988 index base 2000; prior to 1988: index base 1987. 1987: Average of 9 months. 1988: Break. Series (base 2000) replacing former series. 2002: Series linked to former series.
Colombia: Low income group. 1988: Series linked to former series. 1998: Series linked to former series.
DR Congo: Index base: 1981. 1975: Series linked to former series.
El Salvador: Urban areas. 1971: January-May and August-December. 1978: Series linked to former series. 1990: Series linked to former series. 2010: Series linked to former series.
Ethiopia: As from 1997 index base 2000; prior to 1997: Index base 1990=100. 1996: Jan.-Aug. 1997: Break. Series (base 2000) replacing former series; prior to Sept. 1996: excl. Rent". 2001: Series linked to former series. "
Guatemala: As from 1984, index base: 2000 = 100; prior to 1984, index base: 1975 = 100. 1984: Break. Series replacing former series; base: 2000 = 100. 2001: Series linked to former series.
Haiti: Metropolitan areas. As from 1997 index base 2000; prior to 1996: Index base 1990. 1996: Break. Series (base 2000) replacing former series. 2005: Series linked to former series. India As from 1988 index base 2000; prior to 1988: Index base 1986=100. 1987: Jan.-Oct. 1988: Break. Series (base 2000) replacing former series.
Honduras: 1978: Series linked to former series. 2000: Series linked to former series.
Kenya: Low income group. 1990: Series linked to former series. 2000: Series linked to former series. Liberia Index base: 1989. 1990: Jan.-June.
Laos PDR: 2000: Series linked to former series. 2008: Series linked to former series. 2010: Series linked to former series.
Malawi: 2000: Series linked to former series.
Mozambique: As from 1994 index base 2000; from 1980 to 1986: index base 1986; prior to 1986: index base 1976. 1980: Break. Series (base 1986) replacing former series. 1994: Break. Series (base 2000) replacing former series. 2005: Series linked to former series.
Nicaragua: As from 1988 index base 2000=100; prior to 1988: Index base 1980. 1973: Dec. 1980: Series linked to former series. 1988: Break. Series (base 2000) replacing former series. 1994: Series linked to former series. 2001: Series linked to former series.
Niger: 1980: Revised. January-August and October-December. 1991: Series linked to former series; prior 1991: excluding rent. 1998: Series linked to former series.
Nigeria: 1985: Series linked to former series. 2003: Series linked to former series.
Pakistan: 1992: Series linked to former series. 2002: Series linked to former series.
Peru: Metropolitan areas. 1979: Series linked to former series. 1989: Series linked to former series. 1990: Series linked to former series. 1994: Series linked to former series. 2002: Series linked to former series.
Sierra Leone: 1993: Series linked to former series.
Tanzania: Index base: 1984.
Uganda: 2007: Series linked to former series.

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