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Slovenia's import prices rise in February

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Slovenia's import prices grew 26.7% year-on-year in February, following a 26.4% rise in January, figures from the Ljubljana-based Central Statistical Bureau (SURS) showed on Wednesday.

Among the main industrial groups, prices for mining and quarrying products increased by 215.8%.

Prices for electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning, and manufacturing grew by 244.2% and 17.1%, respectively.

On a monthly basis, import prices rose 1% in February, after a 2.3% increase in the preceding month.

In February, the highest increase was seen in coke and refined petroleum products, while the biggest decline was in crude petroleum and natural gas.

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