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Czech March Inflation Lags Central Bank Prognosis on Food Price

Czech inflation was slower than the central bank’s forecast in March because rising global prices of agricultural products continued to have a “limited” effect on Czech food prices, the Czech National Bank said.

Growth of regulated prices was “slightly” slower than expected, the bank said on its website today.

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