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Eurozone | 15 March 2019 We are Still Looking for the Real German Core CPI Inflation Rate
Inflation data in Germany remain up in the air following recent revisions and restatements of the underlying indices.

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15 March 2019 We are Still Looking for the Real German Core CPI Inflation Rate

By Claus Vistesen

Inflation data in Germany remain up in the air following recent revisions and restatements of the underlying indices.

Posted: 15th Mar 2019 in 'Eurozone'

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