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Prices for exported products soar 0.2% in Jan
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Feb '08
Statistics Lithuania informs that prices for total industrial production sold in January 2008 against December 2007 grew by 1.2 per cent, manufacturing production by 0.1 per cent.

Refined petroleum products excluded, prices for total industrial production sold increased by 2.1 per cent.

The diagram shows monthly rates of changes in prices for total industrial production and for total industrial production excluding refined petroleum products.

In January 2008 against December 2007, the general price change was mostly influenced by a 10.4 per cent – chemicals and chemical products as well as a 1.2 per cent price drop for refined petroleum products.

Prices for products sold on the domestic market over a month increased by 2.3 per cent. It was mostly influenced by a 6.8 per cent – chemicals and chemical products, as well as 2.2 per cent price drop for refined petroleum products, 2.8 per cent – wood and wood products, 2.1 per cent – furniture.

Prices for manufacturing production grew by 0.3 per cent; alongside price growth for chemicals and chemical products, 3.7 per cent, machinery and equipment – 3.5 per cent, textiles – 3.3 per cent.

Refined petroleum products industry excluded, prices for products sold on the domestic market increased by 3.0 per cent.

Prices for exported products in January 2008 against December 2007 grew by 0.2 per cent. It was mostly influenced by an 11.5 per cent price growth for chemicals and chemical products as well as by a 0.9 per cent price drop for refined petroleum products, 4.5 per cent – wood and wood products. Refined petroleum products industry excluded, prices for exported products increased by 0.9 per cent.

Department of Statistics to the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

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