Bosnias CPI, PPI inflation eases in November.

By bne IntelliNews January 9, 2013
Bosnias CPI inflation eased to 1.9% y/y in November from 2.3% y/y a month earlier, the statistics office said in a statement. Monthly inflation edged down 0.1% in November after increasing 0.6% in October. The highest annual price increase in November was observed in the segments of alcoholic beverages and tobacco (up 9.9%) and transport (up 2.9%), while clothing and footwear prices decreased 4.8% on the year. Annual growth of industrial producer prices on the domestic market decelerated to 0.8% in November from 1.1% in October, the statistics office said in a separate statement. The highest annual increase of producer prices was recorded in the sectors of mining and quarrying (up 2.3% y/y). PPI edged down 0.1% on the month in November and rose 1.5% y/y in Jan-Nov. The consumer price growth throughout last year remained moderate, reflecting the weak domestic demand and fiscal consolidation measures implemented under Bosnia's 24-month USD 517mn loan deal with the IMF.

Bosnias CPI, PPI inflation eases in November.

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