Slovenia’s inflation at 3% on higher fuel prices

Ljubljana – Higher fuel prices have pushed Slovenia’s annual inflation rate to 3% in October from 2.4% in September, as the monthly increase in consumer prices hit 0.9%, the Statistics Office said on Friday. Oil derivatives were the single highest contributor to the headline rate, as various types of fuel were 30-40% more expensive than in the same period last year, contributing 1.6 percentage points to the overall rate. Heating, hospitality services and car prices added 0.3 points each, show the latest figures. The headline rate was slightly cushioned by…

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