He argued that the weak global economy, falling commodity prices, more subdued import prices, falling capacity utilisation, and survey evidence that pipeline pricing pressures were diminishing all pointed to a reduction in underlying inflation. In addition, current measured inflation had been distorted by transient factors of which the most important was the highest rate of seasonal food price inflation (24%) since 1984.
Published on 24 July 2001
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