Poland’s Finance Ministry estimates that at the end of 2012, Poland’s inflation rate may slow down to below 3%. “According to preliminary estimates, core inflation, excluding food and energy prices in September, may fall to 1.9% y/y (compared to 2.1% in August), which is a level last seen in the first quarter of 2011,” the ministry wrote in a statement.
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