Inflation To Moderate

September 2011
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;
The article offers forecast on the economic outlook in Estonia in 2011. It predicts the nation's inflation to fall steadily to average three percent over the long term based on the performance of the commodity price growth of the country. It adds that the country has experienced consistently high harmonised index for consumer prices (HICP) readings through the first five months of the year. It expects that the country's risk for high inflation is also unlikely.


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