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The average German inflation rate in 2022 will be 7.9 percent

In 2022, German consumer prices are higher than they have been in decades due to higher energy and food prices. It increased by 7.9 percent, the Federal Statistical Office announced on Tuesday. There has never been a greater advantage in a united Germany. In 2021, inflation was still 3.1%.

Inflation fell surprisingly in December. According to the Federal Statistical Office, consumer prices increased by an average of 8.6 percent compared to the same month last year. Inflation in November was 10.0 percent, after jumping to its highest level since 1951 at 10.4 percent in October.

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