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India's inflation in December likely hit lowest since June 2017: Reuters poll

Reuters India Thursday, 10 January 2019
India's inflation in December likely hit lowest since June 2017: Reuters pollIndia's December retail inflation is expected to have eased to its lowest since June 2017 as food costs fell and fuel prices rose at a slower pace, a Reuters poll showed, giving the central bank breathing space to keep policy on hold.
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