In 2017, price levels for consumer goods and services differed widely in the European Union (EU). Denmark(142% of the EU average) had the highest price level, followed by Luxembourg (127%), Ireland and Sweden(both 125%), Finland (122%) and the United Kingdom (117%). At the opposite end of the scale, the lowest price level was found in Bulgaria (48%), while Romania (52%) and Poland (56%) were just above 50% of the average. In other words, price levels for consumer goods and services in the EU varied by almost one to three between the cheapest and the most expensive Member State.
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