Lowest inflation in Baltic countries in 2014 recorded in Estonia

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According to statistics offices of the three Baltic countries the lowest inflation was recorded in Estonia last year whereas Latvia had the highest inflation.

In Latvia the average inflation in 2014 was 0.6 percent, in Lithuania 0.1 percent and in Estonia minus 0.1 percent.

In December consumer prices grew 0.2 percent in Latvia in annual comparison while in Lithuania and Estonia consumer prices declined by 0.3 percent and 0.5 percent, respectively.

Compared to November consumer prices fell by 0.6 percent in December in Latvia and Lithuania, remaining unchanged in Estonia.