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Line graphs given by OECD, IMF, UN and EC, show the fluctuating nature of inflation rate in Turkey. Since 2016 the inflation rate is continuously growing.

Forecasts from agencies are a little different. OECD and IMF predict the increase of the inflation to its peak in 2019 and the following decline in the near future. UN and EC believe that 2018 was the year when the inflation rate in Turkey reached its peak and estimate further decline from 2019.

 

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