Slovenia retail trade grows in September
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Slovenia’s retail sales turnover grew by 1.4% year-on-year in September, after increasing by 5.3% in August, show the latest figures from the Statistics Office of Slovenia (SURS).
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This is the lowest annual gain in the retail trade since March 2018, as automotive fuel sales growth slowed to 0.8%, down from 6.8% in August. In addition, food, beverages and tobacco sales fell by 2.7%.
On the other hand, non-food sales grew 4.3%.
On a monthly basis, retail sales dropped 0.7%, the same as in the previous month, SURS reported on Friday, October 25.
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