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11450: Consumer Price Index, by consumption group (1998=100) (closed series) 1979 - 2016

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Consumer Price Index (1998=100):
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Consumer Price Index (1998=100):
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Yearly changes (per cent):
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Consumer Price Index (1998=100):
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Consumer Price Index (1998=100)

Weights: The weights in the period of 1979-July 1999 are based on old classification of consumption. As the new classification (COICOP) was introduced in August 1999 the weights after the old classification were regrouped. The weights in the period of 1979 to July 1999 are therefore not strictly comparable with the weights from August 1999. From January 2011 the CPI weights are based on National Accounts data. From January 2016 a new Eurostat's 5 digit consumer classification (ECOICOP) has been implemented. Weights will not always add up to 1000,0 because of rounding effects.