July 5 (Bloomberg) -- Turkey’s central bank said inflation in June returned to the path the bank has forecast, which leads to consumer price inflation of 6.9 percent by the end of the year.
Inflation slowed to an annual 6.2 percent in June from 7.2 percent in May, the statistics office in Ankara said on its website yesterday. Falls in fruit prices helped the slowdown, the central bank said today in a statement on its website.
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