Iran’s Inflation Tops 31.5% In Year Ending 20 March
Iran’s inflation rate has climbed to 31.5% in the year to 20 March 2013 under the impact of international economic sanctions, according to official figures released by the government’s Statistics Office, Mehr News Agency reported on 1 April. The rate is up from 30.2% in the year to 20 February 2013 and 26.4% in the year ending on 20 March 2012. Iran has suffered from double digit inflation...
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