DUBLIN, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Irish consumer prices posted an
annual fall of 1.0% in December, compared to a fall of 1.1% the
previous month, data showed on Thursday.
Consumer prices have dropped on an annual basis for nine
straight months since COVID-19 restrictions were first
introduced in March.
Prices were 0.3% higher month-on-month in December,
unchanged from November, data from the Central Statistics Office
(Reporting by Conor Humphries; editing by John Stonestreet)