Consumer price indices by ECOICOP classification, Slovenia, monthly
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Source: Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.
DDue to the coronavirus epidemic, SURS is faced with difficulties in data collection, checking and processing.
In May 2020, we collected retail prices of non-food goods and services to a greater extent by phone and through the websites of providers. Higher quality of the indices was ensured by using scanner data.
Where prices could not be collected or services were not provided, data were compiled in accordance with Eurostat recommendations, so in some subgroups the published indices are less reliable than usual. The missing prices were imputed by using the price changes of similar products. In some cases, where there are reasons to expect that the prices will be the same once the situation will revert back to normal, carry forward method was used. For series with seasonal patterns (flights, package holidays and some accommodation services), imputation with monthly change of the previous year was used. The share of imputed data represents 5.6% of total consumer price index and 4.6% of harmonised index of consumer prices.
A detailed overview of the subgroups where the indices are less reliable and what method was used can be found here.
As we continue to obtain scanner data weekly, the indices for divisions 01 (Food and non-alcoholic beverages) and 02 (Alcoholic beverages and tobacco) were calculated in the same way and therefore are of the same quality as in the months before the epidemic.
More detailed information on methodological changes during the coronavirus epidemic can be found in the updated Methodological Explanation under the footnotes.
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- Methodological explanations
Consumer products are devided by ECOICOP (European Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose) is a classification of products by purpose classified into 12 main division and associated groups, classes and sub-classes.
Since 2015 indices have been linked through new index reference period year 2015 (average 2015 = 100). All indices are now derived and calculated through average 2015.
..Non-durable goods
Non-durable goods are products with very short durability, usually up to one year (e.g. food, beverages).
..Semi-durable goods
Semi-durable goods are products with durability of about one year. They must not be very valuable (e.g. clothing and footwear).
..Durable goods
Durable goods are products with long durability. At the same time they can be quite valuable (e.g. furniture, means of transport).
Food, beverages and tobacco
Divisions 01 Food and non-alcoholic beverages and 02 Alcoholic beverages and tobacco are included.
Seasonal products
Seasonal products are goods and services that are available for purchase in some period of the year but are not available for purchase, or are purchased in small or negligible volumes, for certain periods in a typical annual cyclical pattern.
Fuels and energy
Group 04.5 Electricity, gas and other fuels and class 07.2.2 Fuels and lubricants for personal transport equipment are included.
Actual rentals for housing and services for the maintenance and repair for the dwelling
Group 04.1 Actual rentals for housing and class 04.3.2 Services for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling are included.
Structure (%)
Totals are not always accurate due to rounding.