Serbia inflation rate slows in November
Serbia's consumer prices rose by 1.7% year-on-year in November, after growing by 1.8% in October, the Belgrade-based Serbian Statistical Office(SORS) announced.
In annual terms, the cost of communications (up 6.5%), alcoholic beverages, tobacco (up 5.4%), recreation and culture (up 5.2%), and food and non-alcoholic drinks (up 3.1%) rose most. On a monthly basis, consumer prices were unchanged in November, after a 0.1% advance in October.
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