Annual inflation in Italy came in at 1.6% in EU-harmonized terms in November, lower than the flash estimate of 1.7%, final data from the country's National Institute of Statistics showed.
The rate also fell short of the annual EU-harmonized inflation of 1.7% recorded in October.
Harmonized core inflation, which excludes energy and unprocessed food prices, stood at 0.7% year over year in November, unchanged from that in the prior month.
Month over month, harmonized consumer prices were down by 0.3% in November, falling more than the preliminary estimate of a 0.2% decrease.
Nonharmonized consumer prices edged up by 1.6% from November 2017 and fell by 0.2% from October 2018.