Lebanon tops the list of the most food-inflated countries in the world, with a rate of 352%, due to the high cost of living that coincided with the high prices of basic goods and services, energy, transportation, and others.
According to the World of Statistics website, the first ten places in terms of food price inflation were topped by the following countries: Lebanon (352%), followed by Venezuela (158%), Argentina (110%), Zimbabwe (102%), and Turkey (53.92%). %), Pakistan (48%), Poland (24%), the Czech Republic (23.5%), Germany (21.2%), and Sweden (19%).
A few days ago, the World Bank stated in a report that Lebanon recorded the highest food price inflation rate in the global ranking, at a rate of 261% as an annual rate of change for the period between the end of February 2022 and the end of February 2023.
This article was originally published by RT.