Indonesia’s annual inflation rate decreased to 3.0 percent in November 2019 from 3.13 percent in the previous month. This was the lowest inflation rate since April, as prices rose softer for: housing & utilities (1.79 percent vs 1.91 percent in October); transportation, communication & financial services (0.87 percent vs 1.51 percent); clothing (4.96 percent vs 5.16 percent); education, recreation & sport (3.40 percent vs 3.43 percent), and health (3.37 percent vs 3.50 percent). On the other hand, prices increased faster for both foodstuff (4.97 percent vs 4.84 percent) and prepared food, beverages, cigarette & tobacco (3.91 percent vs 3.85). Annual core inflation fell to 3.08 percent, the lowest since April, below forecasts of 3.14 percent. On a monthly basis, consumer prices went up 0.14 percent in November, after 0.02 percent rise in the prior month.