BERLIN, Aug 8 (Reuters) - German inflation eased in July, the federal statistics office said on Tuesday, confirming preliminary data.
German consumer prices, harmonised to compare with other European Union countries, increased by 6.5% on the year in July.
This follows a 6.8% increase in June.
(This story has been corrected to say inflation eased, not rose, in the headline and in paragraph 1)
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