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Expert Views: India's retail inflation eases to 4.44 percent in February

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MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's annual retail inflation eased for a second straight month in February to 4.44 percent as food prices fell, government data showed on Monday. Analysts polled by Reuters had forecast February's consumer price inflation to ease to 4.80 percent from 5.07 percent in the previous month.RUPA REGE NITSURE, GROUP CHIEF ECONOMIST, L&T FINANCE HOLDINGS, MUMBAI"My CPI projection again spot on at 4.4 percent led by a sharp fall in food inflation exactly predicted by me at 3.38 percent. This is led by a sharp correction in vegetable prices and continued disinflation in pulses. ...

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First Published: Mon, March 12 2018. 17:59 IST