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The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the change over time in the general price level of goods and services that households acquire for the purpose of consumption. In Liberia, it is referenced to the price level in 2019, the new Base Year which has an index of 100. Unlike the old basket which ran from December, 2005(base year) to December 2018, for the first time since after the civil war, Liberia is now using weights of items derived from its own survey, the 2016 HIES. Due to the lack of country-owned data to determine weights of items within the basket between this period (2005-2018), weights were partly borrowed from regional countries said to have similar consumption patterns. It is important to note that the updated basket and the previous ones are chain-linked to continue the flow of estimates. 

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