According to the data of the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK), the increase in lamb meat prices was followed by increases in beef with 13.34 percent, increases in intercity passenger transportation by road with 12.05 percent, and potatoes and some tuber crops with 11.73 percent.

Other products with the highest price increase in April included poultry meat with 9.97 percent, delicatessen products and other meat types with 9.48 percent, jewellery, watches and wristwatches with 7.12 percent, and fresh fruits with 6.47 percent. food services with 5.13 percent, coffee with 4.57 percent.

Last month, the highest price decrease was in electricity with 15 percent. This was followed by liquid hydrocarbons with 4.66 percent, margarine with 2.89 percent, other fats and oils with 1.32 percent, fuel and oils of personal transportation vehicles with 1.24 percent, household cleaning materials with 1.15 percent, It was followed by wine with 1.14 percent, dry vegetables with 1.03%, tea and other infused beverages with 0.25 percent. The least price decrease was seen in eggs and egg-related products with 0.13.

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