Central Bank of Mauritania - Annual Report 2006

Inflation plummeted in 2006, falling from 12.1% the previous year to 6.2%.

Inflation was relatively contained thanks to rigorous monetary and fiscal policies along with the stability of the ouguiya currency.

The authorities also significantly lowered internal and external imbalances as the central bank's foreign exchange position improved.

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