(Updates with trade surplus in third paragraph.)
Nov. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Zambia’s inflation rate fell to 8.1 percent in November as fuel costs declined, said John Kalumbi, an official from the Central Statistics Office.
Inflation slowed from 8.7 percent a month earlier, Kalumbi told reporters today in Lusaka, the capital.
Kalumbi also said that the country, Africa’s biggest copper producer, recorded a trade surplus of 187.5 billion kwacha ($37 million) in October, the lowest monthly figure this year.
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