Poland’s base inflation (excluding food and energy prices) amounted to 0.8 percent in February, compared with 1 percent the month before, according to data released by Poland’s Central Bank NBP.
Inflation excluding state-controlled prices amounted to 2.5 percent compared to 2.1 percent in January.
Inflation excluding the most volatile prices amounted to 1.2 percent compared to 1.1 percent a month earlier.
The so-called trimmed mean, which excludes the impact of 15 percent of the price basket with the lowest and highest growth rates, was at 1.3 percent compared to 1.5 percent in January, the NBP also said.
The CPI inflation in February stood at 1.4 percent according to data released by the Central Statistics Office GUS.