The February consumer price index (CPI) of the U.N.-run southern Serbian province of Kosovo remained unchanged from a month earlier, after dropping by 0.3% in January, statistics showed on Monday.
Consumer prices were down 3.0% on the year in February, after falling 2.6% the previous month, the Kosovo Statistics Office said.
Kosovo Consumer Prices Index (pct change):
NOTE: Kosovo, a Serbian province of two million people, is legally part of the loose union of Serbia and Montenegro, which succeeded rump Yugoslavia in 2003. The province was put under United Nations administration after NATO bombed Serbia in 1999 to halt the Serb repression of the ethnic Albanian majority in Kosovo.