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Inflation and Polish Economic Crisis

R G Gidadhubli The officially admitted inflation rate in Poland in 1988 was 65 per cent and the actual rate is believed to have been even higher. The dilemma facing the government is that measures to contain inflation are often found to conflict with the objective of reform and restructuring of the economic system.

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