Decade’s Peak Inflation Deepens Dilemma for Nigeria in SlumpBy
Inflation accelerated to 16.5% in June, highest since 2005
Economy will probably contract 1.8% this year, IMF said
Caught between the highest inflation rate in more than a decade and an economy set to contract for the first time since 1991, Nigeria’s central bank may opt to do nothing.
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