Armenia Has One of the Highest Average Indicators

YEREVAN — In 2010 Armenia registered one of the highest indicators of average annual inflation by 8.2% (compared with 2009) among CIS countries, CIS Statistic Committee informs.

Consumer prices increased by 7.4%.

In December consumer prices increased by 1.8% in Armenia versus November.

In 2010 inflation was registered in all CIS countries. Maximum growth of consumer prices was registered.

Ukraine – 9.4%
Kyrgyzstan – 8%
Belarus – 7.8%
Moldova – 7.4%
Kazakhstan – 7.1%
Russia – 6.9%

Consumer prices increased by 6.5% and 5.7% in Tajikistan and Azerbaijan accordingly.

There are no data for Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

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