Data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that, compared to June 2012, manufacturing turnover1 at current prices (according to seasonally adjusted data) in July 2012 increased by 3.3%, of which by 2.9% in domestic market and by 3.6% in export. Most notable rise was recorded in manufacture of other transport equipment (building of ships and boats, manufacture of railway locomotives and rolling stock) - of 31.1% (reduction in domestic market, whereas increase in export), in manufacture of basic metals - of 24.2% (growth in both domestic market and export), and in manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations – of 22.6% (increase in both domestic market and export).
Compared to July 2011, manufacturing turnover in July 2012, according to calendar adjusted data, increased by 10%, of which in domestic market by 2.4% and in export – by 18.7%. Most significant increase was observed in manufacture of chemicals and chemical products – of 64% (33.5% in domestic market and 80% in export), in manufacture of electrical equipment – of 54.9% (reduction in domestic market of 2.9%, whereas rise of 82.6% in export), and in manufacture of basic metals - of 49.7% (drop in domestic market, while export witnessed increase).
Changes in turnover of selected manufacturing sectors
July 2012 as % of July 2011 (calendar adjusted data)
More information on seasonally adjusted, calendar adjusted and non-adjusted industrial production turnover indices is available in the CSB data base.
Prepared by the Industrial Statistics Section
1 Industrial turnover index is calculated at current prices. Index characterises monthly changes in demand for industrial goods and services on the market.
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