Slovenia's annual inflation speeds up to 5.8%
Ljubljana, 7 February - Slovenia's annual inflation ran at 5.8% in January, the highest since August 2008, picking up pace from 4.9% reported at the end of last year mostly due to costlier fuels and energy. Consumer prices rose by 0.4% from December, chiefly due to pricier food and gas, fresh data from the Statistics Office shows.
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