Estonia producer price inflation rises in March
Estonia's producer price inflation increased in March mainly due to rising prices in electricity and heat energy production, data from the Tallinn-based Statistics Estonia (SE) showed on Wednesday.
The producer price index (PPI) increased 30.3% year-on-year in March after a 26.3% rise in February.
The latest rise was also driven by higher prices in the manufacture of wood and wood products, fabricated metal products and food products.
On a monthly basis, producer prices rose 3% in March. Import prices increased 3.3% monthly in March and gained 27.2% from a year ago.
Export prices also rose 2.8% monthly in March, and increased 23.5% yearly.
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