2022 inflation rate in Ukraine settles at 26.6%

10 January, 08:47 PM
Inflation in Ukraine accelerated at the end of the year (Photo:Yelyzaveta Serhiienko/Press center of the NBU)

Inflation in Ukraine accelerated at the end of the year (Photo:Yelyzaveta Serhiienko/Press center of the NBU)

Year-over-year Ukrainian consumer price index inflation was at 26.6% for 2022, State Statistics Service reported on Jan. 10.

In December 2022, price growth levels remained the same as in November – at 0.7%, compared to 2.5% in October, 1.9% in September and 1.1% in August.

In December 2021, inflation was at 0.6%, so in annual terms it was 26.6% for the year as a whole, compared with 26.5% in November.

Core inflation fell to 0.8% in December 2022, from 1.3% in November, 1.9% in October, 2.4% in September, and 2.1% in August.

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The report specified that annual core inflation in the country was 22.6% for 2022.

The IMF forecasts inflation in Ukraine to drop to 22.5% in 2023.

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