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Producer prices in Bosnia and Herzegovina rose 10.6% year on year in January, following an 8.5% rise the previous month, according to data released on Tuesday by the Statistics Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo (BHAS).
This was the highest rate of producer inflation since August 2008, driven by higher inflation in the manufacturing sector (13.5%); mines and quarries (6.1%); and the supply of electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning (4.7%).
At the same time, producer prices rose 2.1%, after rising 1% the previous month.
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