Bosnias Federation CPI, PPI annual inflation slows down in January 2012.

By bne IntelliNews February 17, 2012
Bosnias Federation annual consumer price inflation slowed down to 2.4% in January from 2.9% in December, data from the statistics office showed. The consumer price index (CPI) was 0.8% higher on the month in January after climbing a monthly 0.1% in December, the Federations statistics office said in a statement. The sectors that recorded the biggest annual price growth in December were alcohol and tobacco (11.1%), transport (5.8%), housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels (3.7%) and food and non-alcoholic beverages (2.4%). The Federations industrial producer price index (PPI) rose by an annual 1.5% in January after climbing 2.5% a month earlier, the office said in a separate statement. On a monthly basis, the PPI rose 0.4% in January after shrinking 0.3% in December. Mining and quarrying prices rose stronger in January, by an annual 6.3%, followed by electricity, gas and water supply prices (2.6%) and manufacturing prices (0.3%). The Federations annual consumer price inflation slowed down to 2.9% at the end of 2011 from 3.1% at end-2010. The CPI saw a 3.6% average annual growth in 2011 versus 1.8% in 2010.

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