N. Macedonia annual inflation rate rises in March

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The annual inflation rate in North Macedonia increased to 2.1% in March, from 1.9% in the previous month, figures from the Skopje-based State Statistical Office (Makstat) show.

Prices for transport increased by 2.3% and cost for housing & utilities rose by 4.5%.

In addition, consumer prices for furnishings & housing equipment added 1.5%, while prices for recreation & culture went up by 1.7%. Also cost for non-alcoholic beverages gained 1.7%, while cost was of communication fell 0.1%.

On a monthly basis, consumer prices grew by 0.5%, following a 0.1% increase in the month prior.

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