Prices grew at a rate of 9.9% in October (price increase of electricity not included), which is less than a month earlier (10.2% ). Inflation reached 115% compared to July 1994 October brought the expected seasonal war between industrial production and satisfaction among businessmen with the overall level of prices which explains the growth of […]
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