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EUROPE'S ENERGY CRISIS
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Inflation across the eurozone reaches new all-time high of 8.9%
Core inflation, which excludes volatile items like energy and food, stood at 4%, the highest figure since the euro was created.
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Annual inflation across the eurozone will peak at 7.6% in 2022
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Euro reaches parity with dollar for the first time in 20 years
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Inflation in the eurozone reaches new record high of 8.6%
Soaring energy prices are still the main driver behind inflation, but fresh food is also becoming more expensive.
Hungary blocks EU deal on 15% minimum corporate tax
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Eurozone to get its first interest rate hike in 11 years next month
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Brussels Economic Forum 2022: War, pandemic and climate to top agenda
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