6 December 1993 When domestic economic experts debated a few days ago, on whether inflation in November would stand at 7,000% or 9,000%, their initial estimates seemed negligibly low. Those who estimated that the daily growth of prices would be 15% ended up with a monthly inflation of 7,000%; while an inflation of 9,000% was […]

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