Slovenia’s inflation accelerates to 6.9% in April

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s annual inflation rate accelerated to 6.9% in April, up 1.5 percentage points from March and level with the rate in February, driven by higher prices of petroleum products and food, data from the Statistics Office shows. Prices of liquid fuels went up by 35.9% since April 2021 as prices of fuels and lubricants for cars rose by 29.6%, contributing 1.5 percentage points to the headline rate. Costlier food and non-alcoholic beverages contributed just as much, with the prices in this group going up by 9.2%. A 9.2%…

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