اجعلنا صفحة البداية RSS خدمة Add to favorite Facebook Twitter

Advanced

5 lightly injured as Palestinians, Israeli soldiers clash in Hebron
Prices rose 4 percent in West Bank in 2012
Published Monday 14/01/2013 (updated) 15/01/2013 14:33
Font- Font+
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Prices rose nearly 3 percent in Palestine over the past year, the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics said Monday.

The consumer price index increased 2.78 percent overall -- 4.08 percent in the West Bank, 3.23 percent in East Jerusalem, and 0.48 percent in the Gaza Strip.

The biggest price rise was for vegetables, at 15.03 percent, followed by fresh poultry, at 8.91 percent. Fruit prices rose below average, at 2.17 percent.

The cost of transportation fuel rose 5.81 percent, and fuel for electricity by 3.67 percent, PCBS said.
Print
.:: No Comments ::.
Name Country
Comment
Characters
Note: Comments will be reviewed for appropriate content. Click here for more details.

Share/Bookmark

PA minister says Gaza 'reconstruction to cost billions'
Gazans struggle with rising prices as bombs fall
Israel ends export to EU of settler dairy, poultry produce

Close Next Previous
All Rights Reserved © Ma'an News Agency 2005 - 2014