Industrial production output in September 2010

03.11.2010

 In nine months of 2010 industrial production output1 (at current prices) comprised LVL 2994.9 mln, of which in September – LVL 368.9 mln, according to the data of Central Statistical Bureau.

 

Industrial production volume index

(2005=100)

 

Compared to January - September of previous year industrial production output in nine months of 2010 at constant prices has increased by 13%, according to working day adjusted data. Of which in manufacturing– by 12.6%, in mining and quarrying - by 10.9%, in electricity and gas supply - by 15.8%.

In comparison with the 2nd quarter of 2010 industrial production output in the3rd quarter of 2010 rose by 4.7%, according to seasonally adjusted data at constant prices. Of which in manufacturing– by 5.4%, in mining and quarrying - by 0.1%, in electricity and gas supply - by 2.2%.

Compared to corresponding quarter of previous year, in 3rd quarter of 2010industrial production output has grown by 19.4%, according to working day adjusted data at constant prices. Of which in manufacturing – by 19.9%, in mining and quarrying – by 13.6%, in electricity and gas supply - by 17.4%.

Compared to August 2010 industrial production volume inSeptember 2010 has reduced by 2.1%, according to seasonally adjusted data2 at constant prices. Of which in manufacturing – by 1.7%, in electricity and gas supply - by 4.7%, but in mining and quarrying there was an increase of 0.4%.

Compared to September of previous year industrial production output in September 2010 at constant prices has grown by 19%, according to working day adjusted data. Of which in manufacturing - by 19.7%, in mining and quarrying – by 13.2%, but in electricity and gas supply - by 15.5%.

 

Changes in volume of industrial production 

(as % of corresponding period of previous year, at constant prices, working day adjusted data)

Changes in volume of industrial production
(at constant prices)

 

I -IX 2010 as %  over

I - IX 2009

(working day adjusted)

VII -IX 2010 as % over

IX 2010 as % over

 

IV – VI 2010
(seasonally adjusted)

VII – IX 2009
(working day adjusted)

VIII 2010

(seasonally adjusted)

IX 2009

(working day adjusted)

All production

13.0

4.7

19.4

-2.1

19.0

Mining and quarrying

10.9

0.1

13.6

0.4

13.2

Manufacturing

12.6

5.4

19.9

-1.7

19.7

Manufacture of food products

-1.4

-0.2

2.3

-1.7

2.6

Manufacture of textiles

15.2

30.2

27.0

-1.0

20.4

Manufacture of wearing apparel

7.3

14.6

32.6

-1.0

46.9

Manufacture of wood and cork articles, except furniture

32.0

4.3

25.2

-3.2

23.8

Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

24.3

-2.4

8.5

-2.3

7.4

Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations

-7.0

-4.5

33.6

-50.0

-19.4

Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products

1.3

11.9

33.8

5.8

49.9

Manufacture of basic metals

18.3

1.8

23.9

-2.6

21.1

Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

19.6

9.1

45.4

10.8

56.5

Manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products

14.7

2.9

23.0

9.2

16.7

Manufacture of electrical equipment

32.2

-12.1

71.3

-15.5

50.4

Manufacture of furniture

-5.9

1.8

-4.4

2.0

-1.4

Electricity and gas supply

15.8

2.2

17.4

-4.7

15.5

 

More information on seasonally adjusted, working day adjusted and non-adjusted industrial production volume indices is available in the data base of CSB.

                                          

Prepared by the Industrial Statistics Section
Tel. 67366953
Ramona Skakunova

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1 Data are compiled on economically active enterprises, which in industrial production employ 20 and more persons, or in which industrial turnover previous year exceeded LVL 300 thsd.

   Industrial production volume in accordance with the Statistical Classification of Economic Activities NACE 2.rev. includes Mining and quarrying, Manufacturing and Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply, except steam and air conditioning supply.

2The influence of varying number of working days in the month and factors of seasonal repetition, i.e., seasonal fluctuations of goods produced in selected economic activities, has been eliminated.