Lithuania's import price inflation slightly increased in January, after easing in the previous three months, data from the Department Statistics showed Tuesday.
The import price index advanced 9.7 percent annually in January, after falling to a 16-month low of 9.4 percent in December.
Month-on-month, prices rose 1.5 percent in January, following a percent gain seen in December. Prices increased for the third month in a row in January.
The export price index advanced 6 percent annually in January, following 5.8 percent gain seen in December. Compared to December, prices rose 1.5 percent during the period, after falling 0.4 percent in the previous month.
by RTT Staff Writer
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