Prices


The consumer price index, and the wage regulating price index (net price index), is publish on 11 main groups, where the main groups of Food etc., and Alcohol and tobacco is expanded with subgroups. The consumer price index is publishing twice a year (mid-Marts and mid-September).

The purpose of the price statistics is to measure the development of the living cost. The index is primary used to follow the development on the inflation. The purpose of the wage regulating price index is to show the development of the consumer prices excluding the indirect taxes. The wage regulating index is primaly used by private and public companies and institutions to regulate contracts and leases.

The development in the consumer price has in the latest periods been relativity low compared to previous periods. The yearly changes since January 2014 have been between 1.2 and 1.5 pct.

A periodic statistic has been made for a comparison of the Consumer Price Level Index (PLI) between Greenland and Denmark for 2014. The overall Price Level Index in Greenland was 2.4 pct. above that of Denmark.

The price statistics also includes a building cost index. The building cost index consists of three type of cost for materials, wages and freight. The index is also divided into 11 building trades for instance, terrain preparation, concreate work and plumbing.

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2012 Construction Costs in January

28 March 2012
Construction Costs Have Risen by 0.7 Per Cent in the Most Recent Six Months
The construction cost index has risen by 0.7 per cent in the period from 1 July 2011 to 1 January 2012. This relative change is smaller than the change of 2.0 per cent from 1 January 2011 to 1 July 2011.

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2011 Prices in July

29 September 2011
Consumer Prices Have Risen By 2,2 Per Cent in the Most Recent 12 Months
Consumer prices have risen by 2,2 per cent from 1 July 2010 to 1 July 2011. The rise per 12 current months is thus higher than six months ago where the rise was at 1,8 per cent. In english only our Statbank has been updated

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2011 Construction Costs index in July

26 September 2011
Construction Costs Have Risen By 2,0 Per Cent in the Most Recent Six Months
The construction cost index has risen by 2,0 per cent in the period from 1 January 2011 to 1 July 2011. This is a higher rise than the change from 1 July 2010 to 1 January 2011 which was at 0,5 per cent. In english only our Statbank has been updated

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Tables in Statbank

Prices

Construction costs (2006=100) by building trade and type (2006H1-2016H2) (PREBYG1)
Price level index (index DK=100) by commodity group (2014-2016) (PREPLI)
Consumer price index series (1971H1-2017H1) (PREPRISF)
Rate of change last 12 months, Consumer price index (1972H1-2017H1) (PREPRISH)
Wage regulating price index series (1971H1-2017H1) (PREPRISR)
Consumer price index (2008=100) by commodity group (2008H1-2017H1) (PREPRISV)
Wage regulating price index (2008=100) by commodity group (2008H1-2017H1) (PREPRISW)

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