Inflation in Serbia in November stood at 15.1% at annual level, the Serbian Republic Statistics Office (RZS) said on Monday.
It said that food prices rose by 23.5% over the past year, with the prices of some foods such as milk, cheese and eggs rising as much as 43%.
The RZS said that solid fuel prices rose by 49.4% from November 2021 to November 2022 while electricity, natural gas and other fuel prices rose by 19.7%.
Housing rental prices rose by 30.1%. Vehicle maintenance costs rose by 14.8% and vehicle fuels by 17.1%.
The prices of consumer goods and services in November stood at 1% compared to October 2022.
Source: N1, Momentum