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Producer prices for manufactured products rose in July 2022 by 28.9 per cent year-on-year

release | Producer price indices 2022, July

Correction

The time series of producer price indices were corrected on 23 December 2022. The correction concerns some product categories and total indices of the producer price index for manufactured products and export price index from 01/2022-10/2022, as well as the total index of the basic price index for domestic supply, including taxes from 01/2021-10/2022. The data of the import price index and the basic price index for domestic supply remain unchanged.
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According to Statistics Finland, producer prices for manufactured products went up by an average of 28.9 per cent from July 2021 to July 2022. The producer prices for manufactured products sold on the domestic market rose by 26.6 per cent, while the producer prices of export products went up by 31.3 per cent.


Key selections

  • Producer prices for manufactured products went up by an average of 28.9 per cent from July 2021 to July 2022.
  • The rise in the producer prices for manufactured products was particularly caused by higher prices of oil products, chemicals and chemical products, and basic metals from last year's July.
  • The export price index rose by 31.0 per cent and the import price index by 32.5 per cent in a year.
  • The basic price index for domestic supply went up by 25.1 per cent. The basic price index for domestic supply including taxes rose by 21.9 per cent.


The rise in the producer prices for manufactured products was particularly caused by higher prices of oil products, chemicals and chemical products, and basic metals from last year's July.

The export price index rose by 31.0 per cent and the import price index by 32.5 per cent in a year. The basic price index for domestic supply went up by 25.1 per cent. The basic price index for domestic supply including taxes rose by 21.9 per cent.

The rise in the export price index was particularly due to higher prices of oil products, chemicals and chemical products, paper and paper products from last year's July. The rise in the import price index was especially caused by higher prices of crude oil, oil products, chemicals and chemical products.

From June to July, producer prices for manufactured products went down by 0.5 per cent. Producer prices were particularly depressed by the drop in the prices of oil products compared with the previous month. The fall in the export price index was particularly curbed by risen prices of electricity.


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24.08.2022

Producer price index for manufactured products 2015=100, 2022M07, Products by activity (CPA 2015, MIG)

24.08.2022

Export price index 2015=100, 2022M07, Products by activity (CPA 2015, MIG)

24.08.2022

Import price index 2015=100, 2022M07, Products by activity (CPA 2015, MIG)

24.08.2022

Basic price index for domestic supply 2015=100, 2022M07, Products by activity (CPA 2015, MIG)

24.08.2022

Basic price index for domestic supply, including taxes 2015=100, 2022M07, Products by activity (CPA 2015, MIG)

24.08.2022

Producer price indices 1949=100, 2022M07, Industry (ISIC, SITC)

24.08.2022

Basic price index for domestic supply E40 2000=100, 2022M07, (NACE-TOL 2002)

24.08.2022

Wood pellet, consumer price 2015=100, 2022M05

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