Economic Mirror: Controlled Prices Growth Could Damage Slovenia's Deflation
Ljubljana, 11 March - Consumer prices went up by 2.5 percent in January and February, which, according to the Institute for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD), is not surprising. Inflation was most influenced by rises in some controlled prices and seasonally higher prices of food and soft beverages. Growth of controlled prices could permanently hinder the lowering of inflation to the 2002 objective of 6.4 percent, warns IMAD in February's bulletin Economic Mirror.
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