German inflation at 1.5 percent in December


Inflation in Germany in December was 1.5 percent on an annual basis. The German Federal Statistical Office reported this on the basis of a definitive figure.

A month earlier, consumer prices went up by 1.1 percent. German consumer prices rose by 0.5 percent on a monthly basis. On the basis of the European harmonized measurement method, German inflation amounted to 1.5 percent.

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