The Estonian Finance Ministry forecasts a rise in consumer prices in August and a general price rise in autumn, as the energy price decrease has slowed down and tobacco prices are going up.
The price of electricity came down in July from June’s high level that resulted from maintenance work at Nordic power plants, Kristjan Pungas, analyst at the ministry’s fiscal policy department, said in a press release.
Data of Statistics Estonia show that consumer prices remained at the previous month’s level in July and the annual pri...
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