The industrial production prices on the domestic and external market have grown by 0.4 percent in March as compared to February, but as against the same month of 2015 they recorded a drop by 3.4pc, the National Institute of Statistics (INS) says in a release.
On the domestic market, in March 2016 prices have increased by 0.2pc as compared to February 2016, and on the external market by 0.7pc, while as compared to March 2015, the drop was 3.7pc on the domestic market and 2.6pc on the external market.
In the energy industry, the production prices went up by 1.6pc as compared to February and dropped by 11pc against March 2015. In the intermediate goods industry, the decrease was 4pct against the similar period of 2015 and grew by 0.1pct against the previous month, while in the durable consumer goods industry an annual growth by 3.5pc and monthly by 0.5pc was recorded.
In the non-durable consumer goods prices were stagnant in March 2016 as against February 2016 and increased by 1.5pct against March 2015.
In the capital goods industry, prices have grown by 0.6pc year on year, but diminished monthly – March 2016 against February 2016 – by 0.3pc.