Development of inflation rates in the Czech Republic

The inflation rate in the Czech Republic moved over the past years between 0.1% and 10.7%. For 2017, an inflation rate of 2.5% was calculated.

During the observation period from 1994 to 2017, the average inflation rate was 3.9% per year. Overall, the price increase was 137.00 %. An item that cost 100 Kronen in 1993 was 2017 so charged 237.00 Kronen.

In only a very few countries, the price increase is that high. The rate of 10.7% in 1998 means, that compared to the previous year all prices have been increased by an average of 10.7%. In comparison to other countries, the drastic price increases are no longer on average. Usually this is a sign of political and economic turmoil.

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Inflation developments of the past 23 years compared to the European Union

Performance based on 100\% in 1993.



      Czech Republic       European Union


JahrCzech RepublicØ European Union
19949.96 %4.71 %
19959.17 %4.27 %
19968.80 %3.34 %
19978.55 %2.65 %
199810.70 %2.40 %
19992.14 %2.15 %
20003.78 %3.10 %
20014.66 %3.15 %
20021.90 %2.31 %
20030.12 %2.08 %
20042.76 %2.26 %
20051.86 %2.47 %
20062.53 %2.60 %
20072.85 %2.48 %
20086.36 %4.16 %
20091.02 %0.93 %
20101.47 %1.67 %
20111.92 %3.31 %
20123.29 %2.72 %
20131.44 %1.39 %
20140.34 %0.22 %
20150.31 %-0.05 %
20160.68 %0.22 %
20172.45 %1.58 %