Serbia's consumer price inflation quickens in April
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Serbia's consumer prices rose by 2.8% year-on-year in April, after growing by 1.8% in March, data from the Belgrade-based Central Statistical Office(SORS) showed on Thursday.
In April, the biggest price increase in annual terms was registered in transport (5.7%), alcoholic beverages and tobacco (5.4%) and recreation and culture (4.4%).
On a monthly comparison basis, consumer price index (CPI) went up 1.1% in April, after rising by 0.5% in March. In monthly terms, cost for food and non-alcoholic beverages went up 2.6%, prices for clothing and footwear added 1.7% and transport cost rose 1.0% in April.
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