Year-on-year, prices increased for: food and non-alcoholic beverages (+2.7 percent in June from +2.2 percent in May); restaurants and hotels (+2.5 percent from +2.4 percent) and furnishing, household equipment & routine maintenance (+3.0 percent from +2.7 percent). In contrast, prices declined for: housing & utilities (-1.1 percent from -1.2 percent); transport (-7.7 percent from -8.8 percent), communication (-0.2 percent from -0.3 percent) and recreation and culture (-0.9 percent from -1.1 percent).
Prices moderated for clothing and footwear (+0.8 percent from +1.5 percent) and miscellaneous goods and services (+2.0 percent from +2.5 percent). Cost remained stable for health (+1.1 percent) and education (+1.7 percent).
On a monthly basis, consumer prices were flat in June, following a a 0.3 percent rise in May.
Annual core inflation, which strips out volatile energy and food prices, rose 2.0 percent from 2.1 percent in the previous month.
For 2015, the country's central bank expects inflation to be between 2.5 percent to 3.5 percent.