Compared to 2014, in 2015 the most rapid household disposable income growth – of 10.6 % – was observed in the poorest households (belonging to the 1st quintile group). The average annual income increase in the country accounted for 7.6 %.
Compared to 2014, in 2015 household disposable income1 increased by 7.6 %, reaching 417 euros per household member monthly. Compared to the increase recorded in previous years – 9.3 % in 2014 and 10.7 % in 2013 – the income growth rate has slowed down slightly.
Tomorrow, on 18 January, the Central Statistical Bureau will start the annual survey on the habits of computer and Internet usage of residents in 2017. The survey will provide information on the e-skills of the population, it will indicate for what purposes people use Internet on a daily basis and what type of devices and technologies are used the most.
New data have been published in sections: Consumer prices; Business Tendency; Employment and unemployment; Foreign trade.
During the year (in December 2016, compared to December 2015) the average level of consumer prices increased by 2.2 %. Prices of goods grew by 1.7 % and prices of services by 3.4 %.
Producer price changes in industry in December 2016
Topicalities in higher and vocational education in school year 2016/2017
Changes of construction costs in December 2016
Flash Estimate of Gross Domestic Product in the 4th quarter of 2016
Retail trade in December 2016
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