Czech prices of goods, services at 72 pct of EU average in 2010 Eurostat.

By bne IntelliNews June 29, 2011
Price levels of consumer goods and services in the Czech Republic accounted for 72% of the EU average in 2010, Eurostat said in a statement. The Czech Republic, together with Malta, Estonia and Slovakia, had price levels of between 20% to 30% below the average for the union. Czech food and non-alcoholic prices stood at 78% of the average. Clothing and consumer electronics prices were closest to the average 98% and 97%, respectively. Among the EU countries, prices were highest in Denmark (143% of the average) and lowest in Bulgaria (51%).

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