Central Bank of Guinea - Annual Report 2005

The Guinean economy expanded by 3.3% in 2005 after growing by 2.7% the previous year.

However, inflation remained very high, worsening slightly to 29.7% from 27.6% the year before. The central bank blamed the rise on price increases for food and petrol and a deterioration in the exchange rate.

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