National Institute of Statistics, Cabo Verde
访问日期： 08 六月, 2016
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is an indicator that is designed to measure changes over time in the prices of a set of goods and services considered as representative of the resident population consumption structure in Cape Verde. The CPI is not, therefore, an indicator of price levels registered between different periods but rather an indicator of its range. The consumption structure of the current series of the CPI (2007 = 100) as well as the goods and services which are the indicator of the basket were extrapolated based on the Survey of expenses and revenue Families conducted between October 2001 and October 2002.