Croatia producer prices rises in November
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Croatia’s producer prices rose for the first time in four months in November, figures from the Croatian Bureau of Statistics (Crostat) show.
Fruit and vegetable prices at a local market in Croatia. Photo by Tupungato/Shutterstock.com
The total producer price index edged up 0.1% year-on-year in November, after a 0.5% increase in October. The increase was the first since July, when prices rose 0.3%.
Prices for domestic markets rose 0.3% annually in November and foreign markets remained unchanged.
On a monthly basis, producer prices edged down 0.1% in November, after a 0.3% increase in the prior month, the Zagreb-based Crostat said on December 6.
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