Line graphs given by OECD, IMF, UN and EC, show the fluctuating nature of inflation rate in Turkey. The highest levels of inflation equal to 8.9% were in 2012 and 2014, while the low point of 6.3% was observed in 2009.
Forecasts from agencies are a little different but all predict the decline of consumer price inflation in Turkey in the near future.
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