Petrol prices down in Armenia in June-September 2010

Petrol prices down in Armenia in June-September 2010

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prices for non-foods went up 0,3% in September compared to August.

As reported by the National Statistical Service, prices for stationery went up 1,2%; shoes - 1,3%; jewelry - 0,5%; household electronics - 0,4%; fabric, kitchen utensils and building materials - 0,1%.

Prices for furniture, carpets and medicine dropped 0,9-0,1%.

Petrol and diesel fuel fell in price by 1,9% and 1,8% respectively. At that, the prices went up 2,8% and 10,1% compared to September 2009.

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