Greek inflation remained unchanged at 3.1 percent in June compared to May, according to figures released on Thursday in Brussels by Eurostat.
During the same period, the Euro area annual inflation also remained unchaged, at 2.7 percent, in June compared to May,
and the annual inflation for the entire EU was 3.1 percent in June, down from 3.2 percent in May, recording a monthly inflation rate of -0.1 percent.
More specifically, Greek annual inflation was unchanged at 3.1 percent in June against May, with the monthly inflation rate for June at 0.0 percent.
Euro area annual inflation was 2.7% in June 20112, unchanged compared to May. A year earlier the rate was 1.5%. Monthly inflation was 0.0% in June 2011.
EU annual inflation was 3.1% in June 2011, down from 3.2% in May. A year earlier the rate was 1.9%. Monthly inflation was -0.1% in June 2011.
Inflation in the EU Member States: In June 2011, the lowest annual rates were observed in Sweden (1.5%), Slovenia (1.6%) and the Czech Republic (1.9%), and the highest in Romania (8.0%), Estonia (4.9%) and Lithuania (4.8%).
Compared with May 2011, annual inflation fell in fourteen Member States, remained stable in six and rose in six.
The lowest 12-month averages 4 up to June 2011 were registered in Sweden (1.5%), the Czech Republic and the Netherlands (both 1.8%), and the highest in Romania (7.8%), Estonia (4.7%) and Greece (4.6%).