Serbia Domestic Producer Prices Growth Slows in October
Serbia's industrial producer prices on the domestic market rose by 1% year-on-year in October, after growing by an annual 2.2% in September, the Belgrade-based Central Statistical Office (RBS) said in a statement on Monday.
Producer cost in the segment of water supply, waste management increased by 8.9% (vs. 10.5% in September) and the same for utilities advanced by 8.6% (same as in the prior month).
Producer prices in the mining sector grew by 0.3% (vs. 1.3%), but fell for manufacturing by 0.9% after prices rose 0.6% in the previous month.
On a monthly comparison basis, the industrial producer price index (PPI) on the domestic market went down by 0.4% in October, after increasing by 0.5% in September.
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