Eurostat: Czechia’s inflation still third highest in EU
Inflation in the European Union went down slightly in February, reaching 9.9 percent. It is the first time since July of last year that inflation in the EU has been below double digits, according to Eurostat.
Inflation also went down in Czechia, where it lay at 18.4 percent in the same month. However, just like in January, the Central European state remains the country with the third highest inflation rate in the EU, behind Hungary and Latvia.