Sánchez breastfeeds the lowest inflation in the Eurozone for the “useful policy”
The Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, assessed this Friday that year-on-year inflation in Spain stood at 5.6% in December, the lowest in the euro area, which he attributed to the “useful policy” of his cabinet to protect citizens and alleviate inflation: “The measures applied work”.
“Spain leads the drop in inflation in the euro area in 2022. The data confirm that the measures applied work for Spanish families and companies. useful policy“, has written the head of the Executive on his Twitter account, in which he has attached the statistics published this Friday by Eurostat.
As reported by the European statistical office, Spain continued to be the partner of the common currency in the last month of 2022 with lower inflationtaking into account the harmonized CPI rate that Eurostat uses to make data from eurozone countries comparable.
In December, year-on-year inflation in the euro area fell nine tenths, to 9.2%compared to the 10.1% registered in November, the month in which inflation in Spain was at 6.7%.
In December, after Spain (5.6%), the lowest harmonized rate was that of Luxembourg (6.2%), followed by France (6.7%), Malta (7.3%), Greece and Cyprus ( 7.6%) and Ireland (8.2%).