According to the data of the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK), the increase in beef prices was followed by the increase in delicatessen products and other meat varieties with 15.16 percent, egg and egg-related products with 11.16 percent, and package tours with 10.88 percent.
Other products with the highest price increase in March include secondary education with 9.40 percent, dining room and living room furniture with 6.66 percent, coffee with 6.19 percent, poultry meat with 5.89 percent, and 5.38 percent. drugs and pasta varieties with 4.96 percent.
Last month, the highest price decrease was realized in intercity passenger transportation by road with 6.25%. Vegetables with 5.01%, women’s clothing with 3.79 percent, men’s clothing with 2.15 percent, other fats and oils with 1.91 percent, fresh milk with 1.29 percent, margarine with 1.19 percent, Solid fuels followed with 0.96 percent and women’s shoes with 0.89 percent. The least price decrease was seen in sugar with 0.42.