Higher Taxes Have Contributed for Quarter of Slovenia's 2002 Inflation, IMAD Says
Ljubljana, 5 August - The July inflation rate of 0.5 percent is the highest in the last three months and is foremost a result of surging prices of services and the effects of higher duties on tobacco, the government Institute for Macroeconomic Analyses and Development (IMAD) says in its latest edition of the publication "Economic Mirror".
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