Inflation: The Present Problem, Report by the Secretary General
OECD, 1970 - Inflation (Finance) - 114 pages
This report analyses the problem of inflation and gives recommendations to keep it under control.
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A Overall price increases in eight major OECD countries
Prices in international trade
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