SOME CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING THE EVOLUTION OF FOOD PRICES AT NATIONAL LEVEL(2016-2020)

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https://doi.org/10.1234/aamc.v52i2.1412

Abstract

The paper seeks to present the evolution in dynamics of indices, consumer prices, for food products (milling and bakery products; fruits and canned fruits; vegetables and canned vegetables; oils and fats; eggs; meat, meat preparations and canned meat; fish and canned fish; milk and dairy products; sugar and sugary products, honey, alcoholic beverages, cocoa and coffee, other food products),  at national level and at the same time makes a comparative look with the other groups of marketed products (non-food goods; services). For the period 2016-2020, there are variations in the average, consumer price indices (in the case of food products) from 100.95% for cocoa and coffee, to 105.62% in the case of eggs. The situation of the average levels of the consumer price index, by groups of products, it can be seen that the maximum level occurs in food products (103.23%), followed by the general level (102.43%), non-food goods (102.26%) and services (101.54%).

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2023-01-09

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Working Group 4: Management, agriculture mechanization and cadastre