International Monetary Fund and United Nations provide graphs that are slightly different about consumer prices inflation in Argentina, first of all, because IMF doesn’t display information for the period from 2014 to 2016. Secondly, UN presents higher inflation rate during 2011-2013 than IMF does. However, predictions for 2017 are quite similar, 21-23 percent, and then the slump is expected.
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