Bosnia and Herzegovina deflation slows in February
Consumer prices in Bosnia and Herzegovina decreased by 1.3% year-on-year in February, easing from a 1.7% fall in the prior month, according to a report by the Sarajevo-based Agency for Statistics (BHAS).
On an annual basis, prices fell the most for clothing & footwear, by 11.5%, and for transport by 7.4%. In addition, cost for housing & utilities went down by a half percentage point and prices of furniture & household goods decreased by 1.2%.
Meanwhile, prices increased for food & non-alcoholic beverages, as well as for restaurant & hotels by 0.4% respectively. Cost for health added 0.8%.
On month, consumer prices went up 0.5%, after increasing 0.4% in the prior month.
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