Eurozone consumer prices continued to fall in March but at a slightly slower pace than in February, data showed Thursday, despite the European Central Bank's massive economic stimulus programme.
The Eurostat statistics agency said the inflation rate in March was a negative 0.1 percent, compared with minus 0.2 percent in February while in January, prices rose 0.3 percent.
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