Kazakhstan experiences 10-year inflation low


Inflation in Kazakhstan fell to its lowest level in 10 years during the third quarter of 2013, although the central bank believes it will pick up again in the subsequent months.

The National Bank of Kazakhstan's latest inflation report, released today, reveals that inflation fell from 0.8% in the second quarter of 2013 to 0.6% in the third, its lowest level since 2003.

The central bank pointed to a decline in fruit and vegetable prices over the summer months as the main factors, although

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