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Prices continue to grow: in October juices, poultry and other meat products grew



In October, producer prices for industrial production in October rose by 0.4 percent, excluding refined petroleum products – by 0.1 percent reported the Lithuanian statistical departments.

The overall price change was mainly affected by the rise in prices for refined petroleum products, chemicals and chemical products, as well as the reduction in prices for beverages, rubber and plastic products.

Prices of industrial production sold in the Lithuanian market increased by 0.6 percent per month, excluding refined petroleum products – decreased by 0.1 percent.

Most – 9.3% – Crude oil production has increased in price. Maximum – 4.8% – Drinks have fallen in price. Prices of fruit and berries increased by 12.4%, poultry and other meat products – 3.8%, sugar – 2.9%, but the prices of processed and preserved fruits and vegetables decreased by 3.9% percent, cocoa, chocolate and sugar confection – 3.8 percent, processed and preserved poultry meat – 3.6 percent.

Prices of products sold on the non-Lithuanian market increased by 0.3 percent during the month, excluding refined petroleum products – 0.2 percent.

Prices of products sold on the euro area market rose by 0.9%, outside the euro area, almost unchanged.

During the year (October 2018 compared with October 2017), all producer prices for industrial production increased by 9.1%, excluding refined petroleum products, by 3.4%.

Prices of industrial production sold on the domestic market increased by 5.8% per year, excluding refined petroleum products – 2.6%.

Prices of domestic products sold increased by 11.5%, excluding refined petroleum products, by 4.1%.

Prices of products sold on the euro area market increased by 10.1% during the year, while the non-euro area market increased by 12.1%.


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