Bank of Greece Governor Nikos Garganas has warned over the impact of a rising inflation rate in the economy and urged the government to take anti-inflationary measures.
Speaking to reporters, after a meeting with Prime Minister Costas Simitis, quoted by ANA, the Greek central bank head noted that if a current divergence between the domestic and European Union inflation rates were to continue in the long-term, Greece could suffer series consequences both in its growth rates and the employment s...


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