The rise in prices was driven by higher prices for petrol, diesel, detached house properties and detached house renovations.
Consumer prices rose by exactly 2 per cent in June, according to Statistics Finland.
Inflation slowed slightly from May to 2.2 per cent.
The rise in prices was mainly driven by higher prices for petrol, diesel, detached house properties and detached house renovations.
The other direction was the decrease in long-distance train journeys, the average interest rate on mortgages, interest rates on consumer loans, on-board itineraries and televisions.
Finland GDP, on the other hand, fell by 2.9 per cent last year. The decline was slightly refined from the preliminary data published in March, which was 2.8 per cent.
The national accounts show that the major declines in the interest rate crisis were, among other things, the accommodation and food and transport sectors.