Ukraine registers CPI deflation of 0.2% y/y in January.

By bne IntelliNews February 7, 2013
In January, Ukraine registered CPI deflation of 0.2% y/y, the State Statistics Service has reported. In m/m terms, the consumer prices in Ukraine grew by 0.2% in January. In particular, the prices of food and soft drinks grew by 0.3% in January, and of garment and footwear dropped by 0.7%. The housing and utility services grew in price by 0.4% in January, services related to the healthcare sector and the education sector by 0.1%, and education services by 0.1%.

Ukraine registers CPI deflation of 0.2% y/y in January.

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