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Sri Lanka consumer prices rise 9.5-pct to August

Aug 30, 2012 (LBO) - Consumer prices in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo rose 9.
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5 percent in August 2012 from a year earlier, easing slightly from 9.
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8 percent in July, with the index falling in absolute terms in the month, the state statistics office said.
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The Colombo Consumer Price Index fell 0.
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6 percent during the month with the food and non-alcoholic beverages components in the index falling 1.
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1 percent.

Sri Lanka's inflation accelerated from low single digits after the island's soft-pegged Central Bank, sterilized foreign exchange sales with printed money, worsened a credit bubble and made the rupee fall nearly 18 percent over the past year.

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However bank credit is now easing.

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Past experience has shown that inflation eases as credit slows or contracts following a balance of payments crisis, especially if the exchange rate also strengthens.
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Sri Lanka's exchange rate however has not strengthened despite strong capital inflows, because the monetary authority had bought the dollars and created liquidity, preventing a strengthening of the exchange rate.

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Analysts have urged the Central Bank to gently sterilize foreign exchange purchases (reversing the cycle that occurs in a balance of payments crisis), and push the exchange rate up to bri

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