Year-on-year, food prices rose 3.52 percent in September, down from a 5.15 percent increase in August. Among food prices, the biggest increases were reported for cost of: potatoes (+90.23 percent), fruits (+20.95 percent) and milk (+11.55 percent). In contrast, vegetable cost fell 14.98 percent, prices of egg, meat and fish dropped 4.12 percent and onion cost decreased 58.12 percent.
In September, cost of manufactured products grew by 2.84 percent from 3.45 percent in the previous month. Petrol prices fell 9.42 percent, while cost of diesel increased by 10.1 percent.
Wholesale Price Index for July of 2014 was revised up to 5.41 percent from 5.19 percent.
On a monthly basis, wholesale prices declined 0.4 percent, following a 0.6 percent increase in August.