Officially, the Federal Statistics Bureau has registered a 431 percent inflation in July, but no sooner were the figures presented than the bureau’s representative felt uneasiness. Otherwise, there would have been no need for a detailed explanation of the applied methodology, that is, for giving the dates when the price increases of certain products and […]

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