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In February, Poland recorded a 26-year high inflation of 18.4%

IN Poland In February, a record inflation rate of 18.4% in 26 years was recorded. This is attested data main statistical office in the country.

“In February 2023, prices of consumer goods and services increased by 18.4% compared to February 2022, and by 1.2% compared to January 2023,” the ministry noted.

It is specified that the prices of products increased the most – 24%, energy carriers – 22.7% and transport services – 22%. Inflation mainly affected the health sector, where it amounted to 10%, and in the communications sector – 7.8%.

Previously reportedthat in February consumer prices Germany increased by 9.3% compared to the same period in 2022. These are the preliminary results for the month, the exact figures will be announced by mid-March.

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