Eurostat: Poland's HICP inflation remains at 3.8% in December.

By bne IntelliNews January 18, 2010
The rise in Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) in Poland was 3.8% y/y in December vs. 3.8% a month earlier, the EU stats office Eurostat has said. The average annual HICP inflation for all 27 EU member states was 1.4% y/y in December vs. 1.0% a month earlier. In December, in the euro-zone, it was -0.9% y/y (vs. 0.5% a month earlier). The lowest annual HICP figures were posted by: Ireland (-2.6%), Estonia (-1.9%), and Latvia (-1.4%). The highest figures were noted by: Hungary (5.4%), Romania (4.7%), and Poland. December's CPI inflation (as measured by the Central Statistical Office) was flat m/m, while in annual terms, inflation amounted to 3.5% (vs. 3.3% a month earlier). ISB

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