Slovenia Inflation Falls Slightly in January
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Slovenia's annual inflation rate eased to 10% in January, from 10.3% in the previous month, figures from the Statistical Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) showed on Monday.
Prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages alone surged 19.3% annually in January and those for furnishing, household equipment and routine household maintenance grew 12.3%.
Utility costs were 11.1% more expensive compared to last year.
On a monthly basis, consumer prices edged up 0.2% in January, following a 0.9% rise in the previous month.
The EU measure of inflation, or HICP, rose 9.9% annually in January versus a 6.0% increase in the same month of 2022. Monthly, the HICP dropped 0.1%.
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