Data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that, compared to October 2012, manufacturing turnover1 in November 2012 increased by 2.1% (according to seasonally adjusted data at current prices), of which in domestic market by 2.6% and in export - by 1.6%.
Rise in manufacturing turnover was mainly due to the increase in manufacture of wood and products of wood (except furniture) - growth of 4.7% (4.1% in domestic market and 5.2% in export), in repair and installation of machinery and equipment (repair and maintenance of ships and boats, repair of fabricated metal products, machinery and equipment, installation of industrial machinery and equipment) – of 35.7% (rise in both domestic market and export), and in manufacture of electrical equipment – of 14.8% (0.5% in domestic market and 19.9% in export).
In comparison with November 2011, manufacturing turnover in November 2012 increased by 7.6% (according to calendar adjusted data), of which in domestic market by 1.1% and in export – by 14.1%. Growth in manufacturing was mainly influenced by sub-sectors engaged in manufacture of products of wood, manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products, manufacture of basic metals and mechanical engineering.
Changes in turnover of selected manufacturing sectors
November 2012 as % of November 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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