EU yearly inflation reaches 1.7 percent
( MENAFN )The bloc’s statistical office stated on Friday, April 16, that yearly inflation in the EU was 1.7 percent last month, as it increased from 1.3 percent in February.
According to Eurostat, the number for the same month in 2020 was 1.2 percent.
The euro region yearly inflation proportion was 0.9 percent last month, steady compared to January.
In March, the main part of the annual euro area inflation rate came from services, followed by energy, food, alcohol and tobacco, and non-energy industrial supplies.
Compared to February, yearly inflation dropped in 3 member states, stayed even in three, and increased in 21.
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