Consumer Prices Higher by 9.7 Percent on a Yearly Basis
Ljubljana, 8 July - Inflation in June stood at 0.6 percent, while consumer prices during the first six months of 2000 increased by 4.3 percent, which is a 1.7-percent higher price increase compared to the same period last year. During the last 12 months consumer prices increased by 9.7 percent, the June edition of Economic Mirror writes.
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