Bosnia's Serb Republic Avg Net Wage up in December

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The average net monthly wage in Bosnia's Serb Republic stood at BAM 1,217 (EUR 622) in December, up by 3.2% on the year in real terms, the entity's Institute of Statistics (RSIS) said on Monday.

On a monthly comparison basis, the net wage was 0.9% higher in real terms in December. The average gross monthly wage in the entity amounted to BAM 1,843 (EUR 942) in December. 

According to the Banja Luka-based institute, the average net monthly wage in the Serb Republic reached BAM 1,144 last year and was higher by a real 1.1% on the year.

A separate report from RSIS showed that industrial output of Bosnia's Serb Republic fell 4.1% year-on-year in December, after it dropped 3% in November.

On a monthly basis, industrial production rose 0.4% in December, after a revised increase of 0.9% in November. The Serb Republic is one of two autonomous entities that form Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other one is the Federation. 

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