After a downturn with a negative value of -0.1% in 2016, the inflation rate in Italy has risen to 1.3% in 2017. IMF and EC say that it slightly went down in 2018 while UN insists on the fact that it significantly grew to 1.9%. 

Forecasts differ as well. OECD estimates that the inflation rate in Italy will grow to 1.6% in 2019, IMF and EC predict its decline and UN expects it to remain stable.


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