The year-on-year inflation from the Producer Price Index (PPI) for all industry rose to 11.9 per cent in November from a revised 9.7 per cent in October.
The rate shows a 2.2 percentage point increase in producer inflation relative to the rate recorded in October.
The monthly change in the producer price index from October to November was 1.2 per cent.
Mr Baah Wadieh, Acting Government Statistician, told a press conference on Wednesday that the uptick in the rate was mainly due to inflation in the mining and quarrying and manufacturing sub-sectors.
The producer price inflation in the Mining and Quarrying sub-sector increased to a high of 19.4 per cent in November, up 4.7 percentage points from 14.7 per cent recorded in October.
The Manufacturing sub-sector which constitutes more than two-thirds of total industry, increased by 1.9 percentage points to 4.9 per cent.
The Utilities sub-sector recorded the highest year-on-year producer price inflation rate of 38.3 per cent.
With respect to the monthly changes, the Manufacturing sub-sector recorded the highest rate of 2.1 per cent followed by utilities sub-sector with 0.1 per cent while Mining and Quarrying sub-sector recorded the lowest rate of -1.6 per cent.