The European Statistical Office (Eurostat) has released the final inflation data for the European Union (EU) and Eurozone for March.

Accordingly, annual inflation in the Eurozone, which was 8.5 percent in February, was 6.9 percent in March.

In the preliminary data of the Euro Zone, inflation in March was announced as 6.9 percent annually. The final data confirmed the leading data.

Inflation in the Euro Zone increased by 0.9 percent in March compared to the previous month.

In the EU, inflation, which was 9.9 percent in February, was measured at 8.3 percent in March. Inflation was 7.4 percent in the Euro Area and 7.8 percent in the EU in March last year.

Food, alcohol and tobacco products accounted for 3.12 percent of the inflation, 2.1 percent for services, 1.71 percent for non-energy industrial products and 0.05 percent for energy.

Annual inflation was 25.6 percent in Hungary, 17.2 percent in Latvia, 16.5 percent in Czechia, 15.6 percent in Estonia, 15.2 percent in Poland and Lithuania, 14.8 percent in Slovakia, in March. It was 12.2 percent in Romania, 12.1 percent in Bulgaria, 10.5 percent in Croatia and 10.4 percent in Slovenia.

Thus, inflation was measured in double digits in 11 EU member countries.

In the said period, inflation was 9.2 percent in Austria, 8.1 percent in Italy and Sweden, 8 in Portugal, 7.8 in Germany, 7.3 in Denmark, 7.1 in Malta and Ireland. 7 in France and Finland, 6.7 in France and Finland, 6.1 in the Greek Cypriot Administration, 5.4 in Greece, 4.9 in Belgium, 4.5 in the Netherlands, 3.1 in Spain, It was detected as 2.9 percent in Luxembourg.

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