Deflation to Persist for Longer in Romania as Energy Prices FallBy and
Central bank sees consumer prices dropping 0.4% in 2016
Governor Isarescu points to oil, energy prices for decline
Romania’s central bank said the nation’s first bout of deflation since the fall of communism will persist for longer than it had previously envisaged as lower energy prices compound the fading effect of tax cuts.
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