Paper notes factors in EU inflation

Cross-country differences in inflation affecting all EU member states depend on gaps in the initial price level, changes in the nominal effective exchange rate, the quality of institutions and the economy's flexibility, research published by the International Monetary Fund finds.

The research also shows country-specific idiosyncratic inflation is generally small in magnitude but that national shocks have systematically pushed down headline inflation, potentially influencing the assessment of

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