Bosnia inflation jumps in January
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Producer prices in Bosnia and Herzegovina increased 10.6% from a year earlier in January, following an 8.5% rise in the previous month, data released from the Sarajevo-based Agency for Statistics (BHAS) showed on Tuesday.
It was the highest producer inflation rate since August of 2008, driven by higher inflation in manufacturing (13.5%); mining and quarrying (6.1%); and electricity, gas, steam & air conditioning supply (4.7%).
Meanwhile, producer prices went up by 2.1%, following a 1% rise in the previous month.
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