Year-on-year, food prices grew by 0.4 percent. Price increases were observed for cheese (8.2 percent), milk (6.0 percent) and pork (2.2 percent). Price decreases were observed for flour (17.6 percent), egg (13.7 percent) and sugar (11.5 percent). The price increase of services was higher than the average (4.0 percent).
Cost of water charges, sewerage disposal and refuse disposal decreased about 11 percent and local transport grew by 4.9 percent. Consumers paid 1.8 percent less for durable goods, 1.2 percent less for clothing and footwear and 0.4 percent less for other goods. In the case of electricity, gas and other fuels prices decreased by 10.3 percent.
On a monthly basis, prices decreased 0.1 percent in November, due to a fall in prices of food, electricity, gas and water.