July 7 (Bloomberg) -- Estonian inflation accelerated in June at the fastest pace in 17 months, mainly because of an increase in electricity tariffs, fuel prices and local taxes.
The inflation rate rose to 3.5 percent following a 3 percent increase in May, the Tallinn-based statistics office said on its website today. The median estimate of four analysts surveyed by Bloomberg was 3.2 percent. In the month, prices rose 0.4 percent.
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June Inflation Accelerates at Fastest Pace in 17 Months