Year-on-year, the highest annual increases were recorded for hotels, cafes and restaurants (+13.98 percent), food and non-alcoholic beverages (+12.73 percent), miscellaneous goods and services (+9.68 percent), health (+8.62 percent) and clothing and footwear (+8.43 percent). Prices of housing, water, electricity and gas rose 6.83 percent.
On a monthly basis, consumer prices fell 0.44 percent after a 0.18 percent rise in November of 2014. Upward pressures came from miscellaneous goods and services (+0.79 percent), hotels, cafes and restaurants (+0.51 percent), housing (+0.13 percent), health (+0.13 percent) and furnishings and household equipment (+0.12 percent). In contrast, cost of clothing and footwear (-3.71 percent) transportation (-1.78 percent) and communications (-0.11 percent) declined.