Inflation of consumer prices in Greece (2002 – 2016)

From 2002 to 2011, inflation of consumer prices has remained stable in Greece, with an average of 3.31% annually. It reached its highest value in 2010, with 4.71%. However, since 2011, inflation of consumer prices has decreased, becoming negative since 2013 and reaching -0.83% in 2016.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Inflation of consumer prices in Macedonia (FYROM) (2002 – 2016)

From 2002 to 2004, inflation of consumer prices in Macedonia (FYROM) has decreased, from 2.31% to 0.16% annually. It reached its highest value of the last 15 years in 2008, with an annual inflation of 8.33%, but became negative the next year, with a value of -0.74%. From 2011 to 2013, inflation remained on average at 3.34% while during the last three years (2014 to 2016), it remained negative at -0.27% on average.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Inflation of consumer prices in Venezuela (2002 – 2015)

From 2002 to 2012, inflation of consumer prices in Venezuela has remained high, with an average of 23.4% annually. However, since 2012, inflation has skyrocketed: in 2013, it doubled to reach 40.64%, in 2014 it reached 62.2% and in 2015 inflation of consumer prices was about 109.7%.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Inflation of consumer prices in Turkey (2002 – 2016)

From 2002 to 2004, inflation of consumer prices has been divided by 4.24 times: in 2002, it reached 44.9% while it was 10.58 two years later. Since then, inflation of consumer prices has remained stable, reaching on average 8.57% (from 2004 to 2016).

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Inflation in Ecuador (2002 – 2015)

From 2002 to 2004, inflation of consumer prices in Ecuador have dropped, from 12.4% in 2002 to 2.74% two years later. It remained stable for the next three years, at 2.61% on average (2004-2007). In 2008, it peaked to reach 8.4%. Finally, since 2009, inflation of consumer prices has remained stable, at 4.12% on average.

Sources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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Inflation in the United Kingdom (2002 – 2015)

From 2002 to 2015, the inflation rate in the United Kingdom has evolved into two phases. More precisely, from 2002 to 2008 it has increased from 2.19% (2002) to 2.82% (2008). Since then, it is decreasing, reaching its lowest value of the past 15 years, with 0.41% in 2015.

TraSources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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