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Inflation down, rent increase historically low

Dutch inflation was down to 1.5 percent in July 2007.

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Inflation down slightly in June

Inflation fell to 1.7 percent in June 2007. In May consumer prices were on average 1.8 percent higher than twelve months previously.

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Inflation stable in May

Inflation remained stable in May. Just like in March and April consumer prices were on average 1.8 percent higher than one year previously.

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Lowest inflation rate since 1989

The inflation rate stood at 0.9 percent in October 2006, the lowest result since March 1989.

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Much lower inflation rate due to cheaper fuel

The Dutch inflation rate reached 1.1 percent in September 2006. In August consumer prices were 1.4 percent up on the year before.

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Inflation rate in March 1.0 percent

In March 2006, the Dutch inflation rate was 1.0 percent. This is 0.1 percent point lower than in February. Then consumer prices were 1.1 percent higher than the year before.

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Inflation drops to 1.1 percent in February

Inflation in the Netherlands fell to 1.1 percent in February. This is 0.2 of a percent point down on January. In that month consumer prices were 1.3 percent higher than twelve months previously.

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Inflation 1.7 percent on average in 2005

Inflation in the Netherlands was 1.7 percent on average in 2005. This is 0.5 of a percent point higher than in 2004, when consumer prices were 1.2 percent higher than one year previously on average.

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Dutch inflation rate down to 1.6 percent in October

The Dutch inflation rate in October 2005 decreased to 1.6 percent. In September consumer prices were 1.8 percent higher than in September 2004.

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Dutch inflation rate stable at 1.8 percent

The inflation rate did not change in September 2005. Just as in August consumer prices were 1.8 percent higher than the year before.

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