New data have been published in sections: Consumer prices; Gross domestic product; Investment; Industry.
In comparison with September, exports value of goods in October 2013 has increased by 8.4%, and imports value has grown by 5.3%. Exports of cereals in October was still growing.
On December 9-10, within the framework of Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) mission, CSB is visited by the organisation representatives.
In comparison with September, manufacturing turnover in October has risen by 1.5%, of which by 2.5% in domestic market and by 0.3% in export. Annual increase constitutes 3.4%.
Compared to the 3rd quarter of 2012, GDP in the 3rd quarter of 2013 has increased by 4.5%. In the 3rd quarter of 2013, GDP at current prices comprised LVL 4.3 billion. Latvia still takes the leading position in terms of GDP growth.
During the year, consumer prices have reduced by 0.4%. The greatest downward pressure put by prices of fuel and food, while slight rise in service prices has left an upward impact. As compared to October, reduction in November accounts for 0.5%.
New data have been published in sections: Producer prices; Enterprises finance; Population; Wages and salaries; Industry; Transport.
On December 6, Central Statistical Bureau is visited by Director of Eurostat Social Statistics Directorate, Eduardo Barredo Capelot.
In comparison with September, industrial production volume in October increased by 0.3%. Annual rise comprises 1.3%.
In the nine months of 2013 the total volume of freight carried has remained at the level of previous year. 45.4 mln tons of the freight was carried by road, 41.6 mln tons – by rail.
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