Greek annual inflation slowed to 2.8% in March, from 3.0% in February, Eurostat said on Monday.
The EU executive's statistics agency said Eurozone's inflation rate rose to 1.9% in March, from 1.8% in February, but was down from a 2.2% figure in March 2006. In the EU-27, the inflation rate rose to 2.2% in March, from 2.1% in February and 2.1% in March 2006.
Malta (0.5%), France (1.2%) and Cyprus (1.4%) recorded the lowest inflation rates in March, while Hungary (8.5%) and Estonia (5.6%) the highest rates. The inflation rate rose in 15 member states, it was unchanged in six and fell in five member states. (ana.gr)