Slovenia’s producer price inflation slows in March
Slovenia’s producer price inflation increased 0.8% on an annual basis in March, slower than the 1.1% gain seen in February, the Statistical Office in Ljubljana said Friday. Output prices on the domestic market went up by 1.1%, and those on the non-domestic market advanced by 0.5%. Prices in the manufacturing sector rose 0.8% year-on-year, and similar increase was recorded in electricity. Meanwhile, there was a 0.1% decrease in prices in the mining and quarrying industry. Among industrial sub-groups, prices of intermediate goods moved up 0.5% annually, and energy prices edged up 0.2%. Producer prices of capital goods and consumer goods were higher by 1.7% and 0.8% respectively than in March 2012. Sequentially, producer prices edged up 0.1% in March, the agency said.
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