Inflation in Serbia, measured by consumer price growth, increased in June 2022 by 1.6 per cent compared to May, while on an annual level it reached 11.9 per cent, the State Statistical Office announced.
Last month, compared to December 2021, consumer prices increased by an average of 7.3%.
On a monthly basis, transport prices rose the most in June, by 2.7 per cent, food and non-alcoholic beverages, recreation and culture by 2.3 per cent each, followed by restaurants and hotels by 1.4 per cent, clothing and footwear by 1.2, and flat maintenance furniture by 1.1 per cent. Rents, water, electricity, gas and other types of fuel increased in price by 1.0 per cent, alcoholic beverages and tobacco by 0.4, and prices in the health category by 0.2 per cent.
Prices of other goods and services did not change significantly.
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