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Estonia Retail Sales Unchanged In December

Estonia retail sales remained stable in December, figures from Statistics Estonia showed on Wednesday.

Retail sales, on a working day adjusted basis, was unchanged in December, after a 5 percent increase in November, the agency reported.

Sales of manufacturing goods rose by 3 percent. Pharmacies and stores selling cosmetic goods reported the biggest sales growth of 13 percent. Textiles, clothing and footwear store sales rose 6 percent. Grocery stores sales decreased 1 percent.

On month-on-month basis, retail sales rose by 12 percent in December, marking the biggest gain in seven months. Sales fell 1 percent in November.

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