BSP sets 2011 inflation target between 3-5%
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BSP sets 2011 inflation target between 3-5%

Xinhua : China | Dec 02, 2009 at 10:02 PM PST
Source: Positive News Media
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The outlook of relatively stable inflation over the policy horizon reflects expectations of economic activity gradually normalizing, inflation expectations remaining well-anchored, and base effects easing from previous years,” he said. The target was set at four percent plus or minus, which... FULL ARTICLE AT Positive News Media
 
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