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Poland Inflation Confirmed at 8.2% in September

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Poland's annual inflation rate was confirmed at 8.2% in September, easing from 10.1% in the previous month and marking the lowest reading since November 2021, the latest data from the Warsaw-based Central Statistical Office (GUS) showed on Friday.

The annual price growth in food and non-alcoholic beverages eased to 10.4% in September from 12.7% in the prior month.

Housing and utility costs grew at a slower pace of 9.5%, versus a 12.0% surge in the previous month. Meanwhile, transport costs dropped by 2.8%.

On a monthly comparison basis, consumer prices dropped by 0.4% in September, after stalling in August. 

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