Inflation in Latvia in November was higher than average inflation in European Union and Eurozone, according to data published by Eurostat.
Annual inflation in Latvia was 2.9% in November. Inflation was higher in Romania, Hungary and Estonia (3.2% in all three), as well as Bulgaria (3%), whereas inflation in Belgium was 2.9%.
Compared to November 2017, inflation was registered in all EU member states. Aside from Latvia, price rise was considerable in Luxembourg (2.6%), Britain and Lithuania (2.4%), Austria (2.3%), as well as France and Germany (2.2% in both).
The average inflation in November was 2% in EU and 1.9% in Eurozone.
Compared to October, consumer prices have dropped 0.1% in the EU and 0.2% in Eurozone.
In Latvia and Lithuania, prices have dropped 0.2% when compared to October. Prices in Estonia have dropped 0.8%.