Comparative price levels of final consumption by private households including indirect taxes (EU27_2020 = 100)

Please be aware that this indicator has been rescaled, i.e. data is expressed in relation to EU27_2020 = 100. Thus, they are not comparable with previous releases.

Comparative price levels are the ratio between Purchasing power parities (PPPs) and market exchange rate for each country. PPPs are currency conversion rates that convert economic indicators expressed in national currencies to a common currency, called Purchasing Power Standard (PPS), which equalises the purchasing power of different national currencies and thus allows meaningful comparison. The ratio is shown in relation to the EU average (EU27_2020 = 100). If the index of the comparative price levels shown for a country is higher/ lower than 100, the country concerned is relatively expensive/cheap as compared with the EU average.

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Author Eurostat
Maintainer Eurostat
Version 1.0
Last Updated March 3, 2020, 12:20 (UTC)
Created March 3, 2020, 10:30 (UTC)
Date of extraction 03 MAR 2020 11:13:48 CET
Last updated 31.01.2020
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