Ireland in November had the lowest rate of inflation in the European Union. Slovakia had the second lowest annual rate in the month with prices rising 1 percent.
In the Netherlands, inflation was 1.4 percent, the third lowest.
On the other side of coin, prices in the European Union rose the most in Romania, up 7.7 percent. Prices rose 5 percent in Estonia and 4.8 percent in Greece compared to a year ago.
Over the 27-member EU, prices rose 2.3 percent, while prices in the eurozone rose 1.9 percent.
In the first and second largest economies in the EU, prices rose, respectively, 1 percent in Germany and 1.6 percent in France.
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