Slovenia Inflation Slows in May
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Slovenia's consumer prices grew by 8.4% year-on-year in May, after rising by 9.4% in April, the Ljubljana-based Statistics Bureau (SURS) said on Wednesday.
The largest upward impact on annual inflation, 2.3 percentage points, came from 14.7% higher prices of food, while 0.8 percentage point was added by 7.7% higher prices of goods and services for recreation and culture.
On a monthly comparison basis, consumer prices went up 1.1% in May, after increasing by 1.5% a month earlier.
Measured by the harmonized index of consumer prices (HICP), annual inflation was 8.1% in May.
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