This afternoon, the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC) announced that the wholesale price index at a general level registered a increase of 4.8% in June 2022 compared to the previous month. This variation is a consequence of the 5.0% rise in “National Products” and the 2.5% rise in “Imported Products”.
On the other hand, the general level of the Wholesale Basic Domestic Price Index (IPIB) showed an increase of 4.3% in the same period. In this case, the variation is explained by the rise of 4.4% in “National Products” and 2.5% in “Imported Products”.
Likewise, the general level of the Basic Producer Price Index (IPP) registered an increase of 4.1% in the same period, as a consequence of the rise of 1.8% in “Primary Products” and 5.1% in “Manufactured products and electrical energy”.