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Retail Price Index (RPI)

The Retail Price Index (RPI) is one of the two main measures of consumer inflation produced by the United Kingdom’s Office for National Statistics. It is not considered an official statistic by the U.K., but it is used for certain types of cost escalation. The RPI was introduced in the U.K. in 1947, and it was made official in 1956.

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