Hungary’s industrial producer prices rose by 3.6pc in the first nine months of the year, compared with the same period in 2019, the country’s Central Statistical Office (KSH) noted.
In September alone, its industrial producer price index increased by 5.2 percentage points over the same month in 2019. The country’s domestic output prices were up by 0.6pc and non-domestic output prices rose by 5.2pc in the nine-month period compared to the same months last year.
Hungary’s domestic output prices were up by almost 1pc with manufacturing climbing by 1.5pc. Non-domestic output prices jumped 7.3pc in September with manufacturing prices up by the same amount.