This year, inflation in the European Union in May set a new record and reached 8.8% on an annualized basis, in Bulgaria inflation for the same period is already 13.4%.
According to bourgas.ru, this year inflation in the European Union in May set a new record and reached 8.8% on an annualized basis, in Bulgaria inflation over the same period is already 13.4%. This is reported by the European Statistical Office.
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In 14 EU countries, year-on-year inflation in May was higher than the average for the European Union. Its highest level was noted in Estonia (20.1%). This is followed by Lithuania (18.5%) and Latvia (16.8%). Bulgaria ranks fifth among the EU countries in terms of the cost of living – 13.4% year on year. Data are based on the Harmonized Consumer Price Index (HICP).
Our national statistics on Wednesday reported an acceleration in annual inflation to 15.6% in May.
In 13 EU countries, inflation in May was equal to or below the average for the European Union (8.8%) year on year. Its lowest levels were in Malta (5.8%) and France (5.8%). This is followed by Finland (7.1%) and Italy (7.3%).
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