Serbian May inflation 0.3 pct down compared to April

Serbian consumer prices were down by an average 0.3 pct in May compared to April, rising 2.2 pct y-o-y, the national statistical office RZS said in a statement.

12 Jun 2019 20:03

BELGRADE - Serbian consumer prices were down by an average 0.3 pct in May compared to April, rising 2.2 pct y-o-y, the national statistical office RZS said in a statement.
The May inflation was 2 pct up compared to December 2018.
"Observed by main groups according to the destination of consumption in May 2019 in relation to the previous month, a decrease of prices was noted in the groups Food and non-alcoholic beverages (-1.5 pct) and Health (-0.1 pct). An increase of prices was noted in the groups Restaurants and hotels (0.8 pct), Transport (0.7 pct), Communication (0.6 pct), in the groups Clothing and footwear and Furnishings, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house (by 0.3 pct each) and in the group Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels (0.1 pct)," the RZS website said.
Prices of other goods and services mostly remained unchanged, it said.


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