Cyprus Mail

Further fall in consumer prices in November

Consumer prices in Cyprus fell 2.1 percent on the year in November compared to a 1.6 percent fall a month earlier, data showed on Thursday.

It is the fifth straight month that the Consumer Price Index has been in negative territory.

A breakdown showed sharp yearly drops in the price of electricity and utility bills, education, clothing and healthcare costs, followed by milder declines in the price of food. (R)

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