Croatia producer inflation hits record high


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Croatia's industrial producer prices rose by 12.1% year-on-year in September, following a 9.3% annual increase in August, the Zagreb-based Central Bureau of Statistics (Crostat) said on Wednesday. producer prices and at the quickest pace since the series began in January of 2009.

Prices continued to climb in all categories, namely energy (49.3%); intermediate goods (6.3%); capital goods (3.1%); durable consumer goods (6.5%) and non-durable consumer goods (0.7%).

On a monthly basis, producer prices inched up 2.2%, after increasing 0.8% in the previous month. Industrial producer prices on the domestic market increased by 13.7% yr/yr and were 3.2% higher m/m in September.

On the non-domestic market, Croatia's PPI rose by 10.1% on the year and was 1.0% higher in monthly terms in September.


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