Bulgaria CPI drops at a slower pace in February
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Bulgaria's consumer prices dropped 0.1% from a year earlier in February, after a 0.6% decline in the month before, data from the Sofia-based National Statistical Institute (NSI) on Monday show.
Downward pressure came mainly from transport (-6%) and clothing and footwear (-3.8%).
All the other sectors have recorded soft year-on-year price increases: food and non-alcoholic beverages (0.2%), housing and utilities (0.4%), health (0.4%) and miscellaneous goods and services (1.6%).
On a monthly comparison basis, consumer prices rose 0.6% in February, after adding 0.2% in the previous month.
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