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PRIC06: Harmonised index of consumer prices (HICP), index (2015=100), by reporting country, product group and time

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2/13/2024
Index (2015=100)
2/14/2024
12/6/2019
Eurostat [prc_hicp_aind].
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Total , Food and non-alcoholic beverages , Alcoholic beverages and tobacco ,

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The UN Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (COICOP). Latest revision 1999. Two-digit classification structure.

The harmonized indices of consumer prices (HICP) differs from the national consumer price indices mainly in coverage as owner occupied housing is excluded. For national consumer prices indices, please see PRIC01 .

reporting country

Finland

Includes Ă…land.

EU

From June 2020: EU refers to EU27_2020, which is the European Union with a fixed area composition of the current 27 countries.

EA

EA refers to the euro area, with a fixed area composition of the current 20 countries (from 2023).