Slovenian Producer Inflation Decreases in April
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Slovenia's industrial producer prices rose by 9.9% year-on-year in April, after increasing by 13.4% in the previous month, data from the Statistics Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) showed on Friday.
Prices rose at a slower pace for electricity, gas, steam & air-conditioning supply (49.7% vs 59.9% in March), manufacturing (7.9% vs 11.2%), and mining & quarrying (17.4% vs 20.7%).
Meanwhile, water supply inflation was unchanged at 10.1%.
On a monthly comparison basis, producer prices dropped 0.4%, after a flat reading in March. Industrial producer prices on the domestic market increased by 13.3% on year and went up 0.1% on month in April.
On the non-domestic market, industrial producer prices grew by 6.4% on the year and decreased by 0.1% on the month, the Ljubljana-based statistics agency said.
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