Greece, Slovenia again post EU's strongest annual deflation in Jan - Eurostat

Greece, Slovenia again post EU's strongest annual deflation in Jan - Eurostat

Greece posted annual deflation of 2.4% in January - the steepest year-on-year decline in consumer prices among EU member states in January, the EU's statistical office said.

Slovenia followed with a drop in consumer prices of 0.9% in January, marking the second-steepest decrease on an annual comparison basis among the bloc's member states, Eurostat said in a statement on Tuesday.

In December, Greece and Slovenia showed the strongest annual deflation among EU-27 - of 2.4% and 1.2%, respectively.

Among EU member states in Southeast Europe (SEE), only Romania reported inflation in January, of 2%, which was the fourth-highest inflation rate among EU-27, after Czechia, Hungary and Poland.


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