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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 13-10-17

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  • [01] Greece remained in deflationary course in Sept

  • [01] Greece remained in deflationary course in Sept

    ANA-MPA -- Greece remained in a deflation course in September, with the inflation rate at -1.0 pct, unchanged from August, Eurostat said on Wednesday.

    The EU executive's statistics agency, in a report, said that the average inflation rate in the Eurozone fell to 1.1 pct in September, from 1.3 pct in August, while in the European Union, the inflation rate also fell to 1.3 pct from 1.5 pct over the same months, respectively.

    Greece recorded the lowest inflation rate in the EU, on an annual basis from September 2012 to September 2013, (-0.2 pct), followed by Latvia (0.5 pct) and Sweden (0.6 pct), while on the other hand, the highest inflation rates were recorded in Romania (4.1 pct), Estonia (3.7 pct) and Croatia (3.3 pct). The inflation rate was 0.3 pct in Greece, 2.6 pct in the Eurozone and 2.7 pct in the EU in September 2012.

    Bulgaria (-1.3 pct), Greece (-1.0 pct) and Latvia (-0.4 pct) recorded deflation figures, while the UK (2.7 pct), Estonia (2.6 pct) and Holland (2.4 pct) recorded the highest inflation rates in September. Tobacco (0.10 percentage points) and electricity energy (0.09 pct) recorded the highest price increases in the Eurozone, while diesel oil (-0.30), telecoms (-0.15) and medical services (-0.07) the biggest declines.

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