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    CPI Brazil (2008): 166 CPI Brazil (2000): 60 Base Year Brazil: 2001 When calculating the Inflation Rate from 2000 - 2008 do I use 2001 as the base year and use 100 as the CPI for the previous year or do I use the CPI in 2000 which is 60?

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    1. geoffb
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      It's implying that the index in 2001, the base year, is 100. You leave the numbers for 2000 and 2008 as they are.

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