ISTANBUL (IGFA) – According to ITO’s August statistical research, the Living Index of Wage Employees has been announced.
Medicine, in August of this year, prices increased by 99.91 percent compared to the same month of last year.
According to the ITO data, the Istanbul Wage Livelihood Index, which is an indicator of retail price movements in Istanbul, increased by 2.29 percent and wholesale prices increased by 6.90 percent.
On an annual basis, an increase of 99.91 percent was observed in the Wage-Waring Livelihood Index and 98.09 percent in the Wholesale Price Index.
In retail prices, 13.99 percent in culture, education and entertainment expenditures compared to the previous month; 3.99 percent in health and personal care expenses; 2.74 percent in household goods expenditures; 2.70 percent in food expenditures; 0.82% in housing expenditures; Other expenditures increased by 0.06 percent. It was determined that there was a 3.16 percent decrease in clothing expenditures and a 1.17 percent decrease in the transportation and communication expenditures cluster.