Among food, upward prices pressure came from: fresh vegetables (+9.4 percent in November from +4.7 percent in October) and meat and poultry (+6.2 percent from +7.2 percent). Prices of pork also rose by 13.9 percent, following a 15.8 percent increase in the previous month. In contrast, downward pressure came from cost of: egg (-13.6 percent from -13.8 percent), fresh fruits (-7.2 percent from -9.1 percent) and liquid milk and dairy products (-0.7 percent from -1.0 percent).
For non-food categories, upward prices pressure came from: tobacco and liquor (+3.8 percent from +3.8 percent); clothing (+2.2 percent from +2.4 percent); household equipment and maintenance service (+0.8 percent from +0.8 percent); health care and personal (+2.6 percent from +2.2 percent); entertainment and educational products (+1.2 percent from +1.1 percent) and housing price (+0.7 percent from +0.6 percent). In contrast, prices declined for transport and communication (-1.4 percent from -1.9 percent).
On a monthly basis, consumer prices remained unchanged, following a 0.3 percent drop in October.
The producer price index fell by 5.9 percent in November from a year earlier, the same pace as in the previous three months. It is the deepest drop since September 2009