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Nov 15, 2017 18:05 EEST
November 15 (SeeNews) - Consumer prices in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina increased by 2.0% year-on-year in October, after rising 2.3% in the previous month, the entity's statistical office said on Wednesday.
Prices in the alcoholic beverages and tobacco sector saw the highest annual growth of 6.1% in October, followed by the transport sector with a rise of 4.7%, the statistical office said in a statement.
Prices of clothing and footwear registered the sharpest drop on an annual comparison basis in October, of 3.3%.
On a monthly comparison basis, the Federation's consumer price index (CPI) remained unchanged in October, after rising 0.8% in September.
The Federation is one of the two autonomous entities forming Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other one is the Serb Republic.
In 2016, the Federation recorded an average annual deflation of 1.1%, compared to 0.7% deflation a year earlier.
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