Hungary's industrial producer prices rose 1.6% in April from the previous month, while falling 0.1% from one year earlier, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
Domestic producer prices rose 3% in April from March, the biggest monthly increase in two years, and were up 5.2% from April 2009. The high monthly increase could suggest the start of a recovery from the recession.
Export sales prices were up 0.3% in forint terms from March, but fell 5.1% from April 2010.
Domestic sales prices in the manufacturing sector were up 1.2% in April from the previous month. (MTI – Econews)