The harmonised consumer price index rose an annual 0.2% in November 2017 mainly on higher prices for energy and services, the statistical service said.
Energy prices rose 3.7% last month compared to November last year, while those for services rose 0.9%, Cystat said. The increase was partially offset by a 0.9% drop in the prices of food, alcoholic beverages and tobacco, and non-energy industrial products.
In January to November, the harmonised inflation rate was 0.8%, Cystat said.
Source: Cyprus Mail