Inflation in the eurozone climbed to 0.3 percent in May, official data showed on Tuesday, further pulling away from declining prices and reviving hopes of economic recovery in Europe.
The rise in consumer prices came after zero percent inflation in April, with low energy costs still impacting the cost of living in the 19-nation eurozone, the EU statistics agency Eurostat said.
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