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The Estonia`s industrial producer price index did not change in March

BC, Tallinn, 20.04.2017.Print version
According to Statistics Estonia, in March 2017, the producer price index of industrial output changed by 0.0% compared to February and by 3.1% compared to March 2016.

In March, compared to the previous month, the producer price index was affected more than average by an increase in prices in the manufacture of electronic equipment and metal products, but also by a decrease in prices in electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply and in the manufacture of chemicals and fuel oils.


Compared to March 2016, the index was affected more than average by an increase in prices in the manufacture of fuel oils, food products, electronic equipment and wood products, but also by a decrease in prices in mining and quarrying and in the manufacture of parts and accessories for motor vehicles.


Change in producer price index of industrial output by economic activity, March 2017
Economic activity according to EMTAK 2008March 2017 – February 2017, %March 2017 – March 2016, %
TOTAL0.03.1
Manufacturing0.43.5
Mining and quarrying-0.1-6.5
Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply-6.71.5
Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities0.00.0


In March 2017, the export price index changed by -0.2% compared to February and by 6.7% compared to March 2016.

In March, compared to the previous month, the prices of electricity, beverages and oil products decreased more than average, while the prices of electronic equipment and rubber and plastic products increased more than average.


In March 2017, the import price index changed by -0.6% compared to February and by 6.3% compared to March 2016.

In March, compared to the previous month, the prices of electricity, agricultural products, building materials and oil products decreased more than average, while the prices of leather products, footwear and pharmaceutical products increased more than average.






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