High energy prices are driving inflation in Austria to 5.9 percent

The sharp increase in energy prices caused the inflation rate in Austria to jump to 5.9 percent year-on-year in February. This means that inflation has reached its highest level since August 1984, when the inflation rate was 6.0 percent, Statistics Austria announced on Thursday. Strong price drivers are the persistently high fuel prices and household energy.

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