In October 2018, Latvia saw higher inflation than the European Union and the eurozone on average, according to the latest inflation data on EU member states released today by Eurostat. Latvia reported a 3.2 per cent annual inflation rate for October 2018. Higher inflation rates than in Latvia were recorded in Estonia (4.5 per cent), Romania (4.2 per cent), Hungary (3.9 per cent) and Bulgaria (3.6 per cent). In Belgium, consumer prices rose by 3.2 per cent like in Latvia. In October 2018, annual inflation was recorded in all EU member states. Both the EU and the eurozone recorded a 2.2 per c...
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