These European countries have the lowest cost of living
Consumer Price Index
According to numbers by the OECD the cost of living in the UK became a lot lower in the last 17 years compared with the EU average. Even though the UK with 117.4 still is above the EU average, it at least fell from a stonking 137,3 in the year 2000. It therefore resembles the only country in the study where consumer prices fell rather than increased in recent years.
Junior Data Journalist
This chart shows European countries by EU28 consumer price index.
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