Here is a list of actions the Antigua government has taken to combat prices and inflation

Buffering Impact of Global Factors:
The government highlighted that the inflation experienced since January 2022 was attributed to global factors, such as rising fuel and commodity prices.
Emphasized that government policies served as a significant buffer, mitigating more challenging circumstances for the nation.
Monitoring and Assessment:
Referenced the IMF Article IV assessment on Antigua and Barbuda as a tool to understand and analyze economic conditions, particularly in relation to inflation.
Domestic Inflation Improvement:
Noted a moderation in domestic inflation from a peak of 9.2% in December 2022 to 5.6% in September 2023, attributing it to a global easing of price levels.


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