Annual inflation in Slovenia at 4.9% this year

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Ljubljana – Slovenia recorded an annual inflation at a 4.9% rate this year, compared to a 1.1% deflation last year, the Statistics Office reported on Thursday, noting that more expensive petroleum products contributed the most to the inflation. The consumer prices in December meanwhile stayed unchanged on a monthly basis. The prices of goods increased by 6.7% on average this year, while prices of services were up by 1.5%. The prices of non-durable goods rose by 7.2%, of durable goods by 6.5%, and of semi-durable goods by 4.8%. Contributing the…

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