Romanian Deflation Deepens for Fifth Month on Food, Energy CostBy and
Prices fell 3.5% matching estimates of 12 economists in survey
Central bank sees 2016 inflation at 0.6%, 2017 at 2.7%
Romania’s first bout of deflation since the fall of communism deepened for a fifth consecutive month as food and energy prices dropped after two rounds of tax cuts.
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