Industrial production prices for both local and foreign markets went up by 1.2 pc in December 2010, against the previous month, and by 9.6 pc year-on-year, as most industrial sectors reported price hikes, the National Statistics Institute (INS) reports. Based on destination, in December 2010 against November, industrial production prices for both local and foreign markets went up by 0.9 pc and 1.8 pc, respectively. Based on activity sector, prices increased in the extractive industry (+1.3 pc), the processing industry (+1.3 pc), the production and supply of electricity, thermal energy, gas, hot water and air conditioned (+0.3 pc). Based on large industry categories, price increases were reported by the energy industry (+2.3 pc), the industry of intermediary goods (+1.3 pc) and the industry of consumer goods (+0.5 pc). The prices of products manufactured by the capital goods industry did not register significant oscillations against November. Industrial production prices rose each month during 2010, with the highest increase rate in September (+1.4 pc) and the lowest in July and October (+0.2 pc).