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The Export Price Index (EPI) measures the percentage change in the prices of goods and services that are exported from a country during a given month compared to the previous month.
The EPI is an important economic indicator because it provides insight into the competitiveness of a country's exports in the global market. If the EPI increases, it could mean that demand for the country's exports is high, or that its exports have become more expensive compared to its competitors. Conversely, if the EPI decreases, it could indicate lower demand for the country's exports, or that its exports have become more affordable compared to its competitors. The EPI can also provide insights into broader economic trends. A sustained increase in the EPI may indicate rising inflationary pressures, while a sustained decrease in the EPI could signal deflationary pressures.
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