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Is there a way to find the Producer price index for a commodity during two different years by using the NAICS code of the commodity.

For example, I know the NAICS code for cast iron steel bearings as 332991P and I want to find the PPI for it in 2002 and 2014. I tried to use the Bureau of Labor Statistics Websites but It it much more confusing than I thought it would be

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In case you don't have any answers, you could try contacting the BLS. I've had some luck with these government offices responding for issues like this. – John Apr 6 '14 at 6:43

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