Norges Bank Inflation Report, July 2004

Norway's central bank, Norges Bank, has published its latest Inflation Report for July 2004. The report says inflation is low and since the March Inflation Report, it has moved in line with projections. Inflation is being restrained by the appreciation of the krone in 2002, the fall in prices for imported consumer goods, measured in foreign currency, and strong competition in many industries in Norway, it says.

Click here to download the Inflation Report on the Norges Bank web site

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