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NCPO measures ease consumer prices

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Thailand's headline inflation eased last month after hitting a 14-month high in May due largely to the military government's steps to control energy and goods prices. 

A variety of ready-to-go meals are available at a market near Zeer Rangsit shopping mall, north of Bangkok. June inflation rose slightly after authorities capped prices of food, diesel and cooking gas. THITI WANNAMONTHA

The consumer price index based on 450 items rose by 2.35% year-on-year in June after a 2.62% increase in May, the Commerce Ministry said in a report.

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