Slovenia's annual inflation at 2.1% in May
Ljubljana, 31 May - Consumer prices in Slovenia increased at an annual rate of 2.1% in May, largely as a result of much higher prices of energy and fuels, the Statistics Office (SURS) said on Monday. Goods prices went up by an average 3.6%, while services prices decreased by an average 0.6%.
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