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Consumer prices rise 1.2% in year to January

Prices on average, as measured by the CPI, were 1.2 per cent higher in January compared with January 2012.

21st February, 2013

Consumer prices fell 0.5 per cent in January, according to the Central Statistics Office’s consumer price index.

The fall is the same as the 0.5 per cent decrease recorded in January of last year. But prices on average, as measured by the CPI, were 1.2 per cent higher in January compared with January 2012. The most notable changes in the year were increases in education (up 4.7 per cent), alcoholic beverages and tobacco (up...

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