Slovenia annual consumer price deflation deepens in December
Slovenia's consumer prices fell by 1.1% year-on-year in December, after declining by an annual 0.9% in November, data from the Ljubljana-based Statistics Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) showed.
In annual terms, the largest downward impact on the consumer price index (CPI) of 5.9 percentage points, came from lower prices of transport. On a monthly comparison basis, consumer prices fell by 0.3% in December, following a 0.8% decline in November. The largest downward impact on the monthly inflation came from lower prices of package holidays (down 9.3%). In 2020, the CPI fell 0.1% in annual terms.
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