Slovenia's retail sales rise in March
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Slovenia's retail sales rose by 25.5% in March, after growing 21.7% in February, data from the Ljubljana-based Central Statistical Bureau (SURS) showed on Thursday.
On a monthly basis, retail sales grew by 11.4%, following an 8.0% monthly rise in February.
In March, retail trade of fuel increased the most, 95.3% on year (vs. 69.4% in February) and 14.3% on month (vs. 10.7% in Feb.) In the first quarter of 2022, retail sales grew 26.2% on year.
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