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In February 2013 Slovenia's annual growth of consumer prices was 2.7% (in January 2.4%), and in the same period last year it was 2.9%. The 12-month average price growth was 2.6% (in the same period last year 2.0%).
In one year prices increased the most in the group alcoholic beverages and tobacco (by 10.7%), followed by restaurants and hotels (by 9.2%), clothing and footwear (by 6.5%), education (by 4.7%), food and non-alcoholic beverages (by 4.1%), housing, water, electricity, gas and other (by 2.8%), miscellaneous goods and services (by 2.5%), transport (by 1.9%) and health (by 0.2%). In one year prices went down in the following groups: communication (by 4.6%), furnishing, household equipment and maintenance (by 1.5%) and recreation and culture (by 0.4%).
In the group alcoholic beverages and tobacco the prices of tobacco and alcoholic beverages went up by 14.1% and 5.4%, respectively.
The prices of catering services in the group restaurants and hotels increased by 12.9%, while the prices of accommodation services decreased by 1.1%.
In the group clothing and footwear the prices of footwear increased by 16.0%, garments by 4.0% and other articles of clothing and clothing accessories by 3.9%.
In the group education, prices increased the most in the subgroup pre-primary education (by 9.0%), followed by education not definable by level (by 2.7%) and tertiary education (by 0.6%).
In one year in the group food and non-alcoholic beverages the prices of fruit increased the most (by 10.8%), followed by vegetables (by 10.5%), meat (by 6.2%), coffee, tea and cocoa (by 6.0%), fish (by 2.6%), sugar, jam chocolate and confectionery (by 2.4%), bread and cereals oils and food products n.e.c. (each by 2.0%), fats (by 1.2%), mineral waters, soft drinks and juices (by 0.6%) and milk, cheese and eggs (by 0.2%).
In the group housing, water, electricity, gas and other, the prices of electricity, sewerage collection and liquid fuels increased the most (by 11.7%, 6.9% and 5.0%, respectively). On the other hand, the prices of gas decreased the most (by 10.3%).
In the group miscellaneous goods and services the prices of insurance connected with health increased the most (by 11.1%).
In the group transport the prices of passenger transport by air, other services and fuels and lubricants increased the most (by 13.2%, 8.8% and 8.3%, respectively). On the other hand, the prices of passenger transport by road and of motor cars decreased the most (by 14.6% and 5.0%, respectively).
Compared to February 2012, goods and service prices went up by 3.0% and 1.9%, respectively. As regards goods, non-durable and semi-durable goods prices increased by 4.5% and 3.8%, respectively, while durable goods prices decreased by 3.7%.
Slovenia's annual growth rate was pushed up the most due to higher prices of food (0.7 p. p.), catering services (0.5 p.p.), tobacco, clothing and footwear, electricity and fuels and lubricants (each by 0.4 p.p.).
Slovenia's annual growth rate was pushed down the most due to lower prices of motor cars (0.3 p.p.), lower prices of gas and telephone and internet services (each by 0.2 p.p.). Source: Statistical Office
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