Industrial production prices on the domestic market rose 0.5 percent and those on the international market by one percent from May 2009.
According to the big industrial groups, price increases were shown by energy industry products (±2.7 percent), capital goods industry (±0.6 percent), consumption goods industry (±0.3 percent), durable goods industry (±0.2 percent). Price declines were shown by the intermediary goods industry (-1 percent).
Compared to June 2008, overall industrial production prices (domestic and international markets) were almost at the same level registered in the corresponding month of 2008.
Price increases appeared in water distribution; waste collection, waste management, decontamination activities (±12.2 percent), production and supply of electricity and thermal energy, gas, hot water and conditioned air (±10.6 percent).
The extracting industry and processing industry registered price declines of 14.4 percent, respectively 0.9 percent.
According to the big industrial groups, significant price increases were operated by the durables industry (±10.5 percent), consumption goods industry (±9.6 percent), capital goods industry (±8.9 percent). Energy industry was below the overall level (-7.9 percent), the same as the intermediary goods industry (-3.7 percent).