Leading Daily Comments on Slovenia's Inflation Rate
Ljubljana, 30 October - At the begining of the 1990s Slovenia managed to bring the once uncontrollable inflation down to somewhat stabile nine percent a year. In 1998, the inflation rate was "only" 6.5 percent, the lowest in 30 years. Over the following three years Slovenia has never reached that mark again and this year it will not either, as the prices in the first ten months have already surpassed those of the past December by 6.6 percent, daily Delo points out on Wednesday.
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