The NBU calls tough monetary and fiscal policies, as well as restrained consumer demand, among factors that caused deceleration of inflation.
As UNIAN reported earlier, deflation in Ukraine amounted to 1% in July 2015 compared to June, excluding the occupied Crimea and Sevastopol, as well as part of the ATO zone. A month to month deflation was recorded for the first time since August, 2013.
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In January-July, consumer prices in Ukraine increased by 39.3%.