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Producer price index in Estonia decreased by 2.1% in December y-o-y

Eveli Šokman, Statistics Estonia, 21.01.2013.Print version
According to Statistics Estonia, in December 2012, the producer price index of industrial output changed by -0.2 % compared to November and by 2.1% compared to December 2011.

In December, compared to the previous month, the producer price index was more than average influenced by the decrease in prices in the manufacture of refined petroleum products and heat energy as well as by the increase in prices in the manufacture of food products and wood products.

 

Compared to December 2011, the index was more than average influenced by the increase in prices in the manufacture of food products and wood products and by the decrease in prices of electronic products and refined petroleum products.


Change in the producer price index of industrial output by economic activity, December 2012

Economic activity according to EMTAK 2008

December 2012 –
November 2012, %

December 2011 –
December 2012, %

TOTAL

-0.2

2.1

Manufacturing

-0.1

2.0

Mining

0.2

2.7

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

-1.0

3.1

Water supply; sewerage; waste management and remediation activities

0.0

0.4

 

In December 2012, the export price index changed by -0.1% compared to November 2012 and by -0.3% compared to December 2011.

 

In December, compared to the previous month, the prices of petroleum products, wood products and leather products decreased more than average and the prices of electricity, agricultural products, and electrical equipment increased more than average.

 

In December 2012, the import price index changed by -0.4 % compared to November 2012 and by 2.7% compared to December 2011.

 

In December compared to the previous month, the prices of petroleum, textile, leather and food products decreased more than average and the prices of agricultural products, wood and electricity increased more than average.






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