Slovenia Producer Prices Decrease Further in August
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The annual producer inflation in Slovenia dropped to 2.1% in August, from 4.1% in the previous month, the Ljubljana-based Statistics Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) reported, marking the lowest producer inflation rate since March 2021.
Producer prices growth slowed for electricity, gas, stream & air conditioning supply (10% vs 25.4% in July), manufacturing (1.7% vs 3%) and mining & quarrying (10.1% vs 10.3%).
Meanwhile, inflation remained unchanged for water supply (7.8%).
On month, producer prices declined 0.5% in August, compared with a 0.2% slip in the previous month.
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