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Prices for Dutch communication services slide 5.3% in Nov - CBS

Thursday 6 December 2018 | 11:14 CET | News
Consumer goods and services in the Netherlands went 2.0 percent higher year-on-year in November, according to Dutch statistics bureau CBS. Communications services bucked the general trend, falling by 5.3 percentage points. In October, consumers paid 2.1 percent more than the year before while for telecom services such as the internet and telephony, prices declined by 5.8 percent.

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Companies: CBS
Countries: Netherlands
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