In February, the prices of products and services used for personal consumption in Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH, measured by the consumer price index, were 0.4 percent higher than the previous month, while the annual inflation is 12.9 percent, according to the Agency for Statistics of BiH.
Food and non-alcoholic beverages are more expensive by 1.3 percent, tobacco by 0.9 percent, furniture and household appliances by 0.7 percent, healthcare as well as restaurants and hotels by the same amount, recreation and culture by 0.3 percent, and other goods and services by 0.6 percent.
In February compared to January, clothing and shoes are on average cheaper by 1.3 percent, housing and utility bills by 0.6 percent and transportation by one percent.
The February price level is higher than the same month of the previous year, by 12.9 percent.
Food and non-alcoholic beverages are more expensive by 20.8 percent, alcoholic beverages and tobacco by 3.7 percent, housing and utility expense by 13.7 percent, furniture, household appliances, and regular home maintenance by 12.6 percent, and healthcare by 2.7 percent.
Compared to the same month last year, the average price of transportation increased by 10.9 percent, communications by 0.9 percent, recreation and culture by 9.3 percent, education by 2.5 percent, restaurants and hotels by 10 4 percent and other goods and services by 9.3 percent in February.
On average, shoes and clothes are 4.2 percent cheaper, according to Vijesti.ba.