Consumer prices in the United States remained unchanged in June on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to national statistics published Tuesday.
Over the last 12 months, overall inflation had increased 1.7 per cent before seasonal adjustment, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced - the same increase as in May.
A decrease in energy costs, due to a drop in the cost of petrol, was offset by an increase in prices for food and other goods.
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