So much for the streak. Greece’s inflation has turned negative again, with consumer prices falling an annual 0.1 percent in January, according to data on Wednesday. That reversed the December gain, which was the first positive reading since early 2013, driven by new sales taxes introduced as part of the country’s third bailout in August.
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Greece Begins 2016 With Return to Falling Consumer Prices: Chart
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