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retail price index

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
( abbreviation RPI) ECONOMICS
in the UK, a list of the prices of some basic goods and services, showing how they change over time, as a way of measuring inflation: Interest payments are increased in line with changes in the retail price index. The retail price index was up 3.6% from a year earlier.the retail price index increases/decreases The Retail Price Index (RPI) increased by 0.4% in May to an annual rate of 2.8%. →  See also consumer price index , cost of living index
Translations of “retail price index”
in Chinese (Traditional) 零售物價指數…
in Chinese (Simplified) 零售物价指数…
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