Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Georgian inflation will continue to slow through the end of 2011 after easing for a fourth month in September, the head of the Statistics Office said.
Inflation will average 6 percent a year for several years, Zaza Chelidze said today in an interview in the capital, Tbilisi, citing projections by the central bank.
Consumer prices advanced 4.6 percent in September from a year earlier compared with 7.2 percent in August, the statistics office said yesterday. Prices rose 0.6 percent from the previous month.
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