Consumer prices in Bulgaria accelerated their growth in June this year for the second consecutive month, the finversia.ru project writes. According to the National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria, in June, inflation was 3.2% compared to 2.6% in the previous month. The growth of consumer prices in the country has been observed since December 2016. The price of food and non-alcoholic beverages rose in June in annual terms by 2.7%, utilities - by 4.4%. At the same time, last month, there was a decline in prices for clothing and footwear by 1.4%. Compared to May, consumer prices in Bulgaria increased by 0.1% after rising by 0.3% in May.
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