In September, consumer prices in Greece increased by 1.1% year-on-year, which was the highest since November 2017, the Hellenic Statistical Authority reported. In August, inflation was at 1%. The acceleration of inflation in the country has been observed for the second month in a row. Regarding the previous month, the increase in prices was 2%. In the previous two months, there was a decrease in consumer prices. Inflation in Greece, calculated according to EU standards, was 1.1% in September. Compared with the previous month, prices increased by 1.4%.
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