Inflation in Greece was 11.3% in July, according to Eurostat’s final figures. It is recalled that the initial estimate of the European Statistical Service placed inflation in the country at 11.5%.
Eurozone data confirmed Eurostat’s initial estimate of inflation at 8.9%, up from 8.6% in June and 2.2% a year ago.
France and Malta (at 6.8%) and Finland (at 8%) showed the lowest inflation in July. The highest inflation was recorded in Estonia (23.2%), Latvia (21.3%) and Lithuania (20.9%).
Compared to June, inflation fell in six member countries, remained stable in three and rose in 18.
In July, the biggest contribution to inflation came from energy prices (+4.02 percentage points), followed by food, beverages, tobacco (+2.08 points), services (+1.60 points) and non energy industrial goods (+1.16 points).
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