Bosnia's Federation industrial output up in April

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The industrial output of Bosnia's Federation rose by 4.5% on the year in April, after increasing by 6.3% in March, data by the Sarajevo-based Agency for Statistics (BHAS) showed.

On a monthly comparison basis, the Federation's industrial production declined by 0.8% in April, following a 4.2% increase in March, according to seasonally-adjusted figures.

The Federation is one of two autonomous entities that form Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The other entity is the Serb Republic. In a separate report BHAS said that industrial producer prices in Bosnia and Herzegovina rose by 19.8% year-on-year in April, after increasing by 16.1% in March.

On a monthly comparison basis, industrial producer price index (PPI) went up 3.7% in April, following an increase of 2.5% in March.

Industrial producer prices on the domestic market grew 20.3% on the year and were 4.1% higher on month in April. On the non-domestic market, PPI rose by 19.2% annually and went up 3.2% monthly in April.

The Agency for Statistics of BiH (BHAS) is the statistics office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also has separate data for one of the entities, the Federation. The other entity, the Serb Republic has own statistics agency in Banja Luka, called Republika Srpska Institute of Statistics (RSIS).

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