Romania, third highest increase of industrial prices in EU


The prices of industrial output increased by 2.1 pc throughout the euro zone and by 1.9 pc in the European Union in November 2012, against the similar interval of 2011, and Romania registered a more than double increase compared to the EU average figure, according to data released Monday by the European Statistics Office (Eurostat), quoted by Agerpres.

According to Eurostat, the top increases among EU member states were in Bulgaria (6.4 pc), Cyprus (5.6 pc), Romania and Belgium (5.3 pc each), and the lowest figures were registered in Austria (0.3 pc), Hungary (0.6 pc), Malta (0.9 pc) and the United Kingdom (1.1 pc), with the only decline being registered in Sweden (minus 1.6 pc). In November 2012, compared to the previous month, industrial prices decreased by 0.2 pc in the euro zone and in the EU.

Source: Nine O'clock


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