Bulgaria's industrial producer prices up in April
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Bulgaria's industrial producer price index (PPI) rose by 40.2% year-on-year in April, mainly due to a 93.7% increase in the utility sub-indicator, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) in Sofia said in a statement on Monday.
On the domestic market, the industrial PPI went up by an annual 49.8% in the fourth month of 2022, while on the non-domestic market it rose by 25.8%.
On a monthly basis, industrial producer prices advanced by 3.3% in April, after increasing by 4.3% in the previous month.
On the domestic market, the industrial PPI added 4.1% on month in April, while on the non-domestic market the index climbed 1.9%.
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