July UK factory gate apparel prices unmoved
Factory gate prices continued to fall in the year to July
The output price index for all goods produced by UK manufacturers - also known as factory gate prices - continued to fall in the year to July 2015, with clothing remaining unmoved.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS') monthly Producer Price Inflation report, the decline of 1.6% is higher than the fall of 1.5% in the year to June.
The overall price of materials and fuels bought by UK manufacturers for processing - total input prices - declined 12.4% in the year to July, up from a fall of 13.1% in the year to June.
As in the year to June, clothing, textiles and leather product prices saw no movement in the year to July.
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