Greek Inflation Unchanged at -0.3% in June

Greek Inflation Unchanged at -0.3% in June

 Greece reported a 0.3% deflation in June, unchanged from May, and the lowest inflation rate in the European Union, the bloc's statistics office said.

The EU27's inflation rate accelerated to 1.7% in June from 1.4% in May, but was down from 2.5% a year earlier, Eurostat said in a statement.
In the Eurozone the inflation rate rose to 1.6% in June, from 1.4% in May, but was lower than 2.4%t in June 2012.
The highest inflation rates was recorded by Romania, 4.5%. Bulgaria recorded 1.2% inflation rate in June.
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