Ukraine registers CPI deflation of 0.5% y/y in February.

By bne IntelliNews March 7, 2013
In February, Ukraine registered CPI deflation of 0.5% y/y compared to 0.2% deflation seen in January, the State Statistics Service. In m/m terms, CPI deflation of 0.1% was posted. Prices for food products and beverages went down by 0.2%, clothes and footwear went down by 0.9%, for housing and utility services remained at the same level, health care services increased by 0.5%, and for education went up by 0.2%. Inflation in Jan-Feb made up 0.1% In 2012 deflation stood at 0.2%, at 4.6% in 2011, and at 9.1% in 2010. The government expects inflation of 4.8% in 2013.

Ukraine registers CPI deflation of 0.5% y/y in February.

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