Slovenia's annual inflation rises to 2% in May
Ljubljana, 31 May - Inflation in Slovenia rose by 0.5 points to 2% at the annual level in May, mainly due to higher prices of food, and fuels and energy, the Statistics Office reported on Thursday. This is the first time since February last year that prices rose more than 2% at the yearly level.
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