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    Inflation in Poland Expected to Remain Subdued Despite Temporary Dip

    Poland’s statistical office (GUS) released preliminary inflation estimates for March, indicating a modest annual increase of 1.9% in consumer goods and services, with a slight 0.2% uptick from the previous month. This follows February’s 2.8% reading, marking a perceived inflation trough for the year.

    Analysts project a forthcoming rebound in inflation, attributed partly to the restoration of standard VAT rates on food items, expected to elevate the inflation rate by 0.8 percentage points. Additionally, global market trends in fuel and agricultural commodities suggest a modest acceleration in price growth.

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