Slovenia output prices rise in March
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Slovenia's output prices rose in March, figures from the Ljubljana-based Statistical Bureau (SURS) showed on Wednesday.
Output prices rose 2% year-on-year in March. Domestic market output prices grew 2.6% and those for the export market increased 1.3%. Prices for energy and capital goods gained 3.7%, each in March.
Prices for intermediate goods grew 2.1% and those of consumer goods rose 0.1%. Among the main sectors, prices for electricity surged 5.4% annually in March and those for water supply gained 3.3%. Prices for manufacturing, and mining and quarrying increased 1.8% and 3.5%, respectively. On a monthly basis, output prices rose 0.2% in March.
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