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In July 2022, against June, prices for the total industrial production sold decreased by 0.8%, and refined petroleum products excluded – increased by 1.3%. The overall price change was mainly influenced by a decrease in prices for refined petroleum products and an increase in prices for electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply, reports Statistics Lithuania.
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Over the month, prices for industrial production sold on the Lithuanian market decreased by 0.2%, refined petroleum products excluded – increased 3.1%. The most significant decrease in prices was recorded for refined petroleum products – 11.3%. The highest rise in prices was observed for electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply. Food products went up in prices by 3.4%. The most significant increase in prices was recorded for sugar – 24.7%, fruit, berries and vegetable juices – 18.8, processed coffee and tea – 15.4, other processed and preserved fruit, berries and vegetables – 6.9%, though oil and fats went down in price by 7.5, prepared farmed animal fodder – 0.4%.

Over the month, prices for industrial production sold on the non-Lithuanian market decreased by 1.4%, refined petroleum products excluded – 0.4%.

Over the month, prices for industrial production sold on the euro area market decreased by 1.8%, on the non-euro area market – 1.2%.

Over the year (July 2022, against July 2021), prices for the total industrial production sold increased by 29.7%, refined petroleum products excluded – 21%.

Over the year prices for industrial production sold on the Lithuanian market increased by 47.5%, refined petroleum products excluded – 37.6%.

Over the year, prices for industrial production sold on the non-Lithuanian market increased by 16.8%, refined petroleum products excluded – 8.4%.

Over the year, prices for industrial production sold on the euro area market increased by 19.2%, on the non-euro area market – 15.1%.

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