Industry turnover drops 17 pc in H1

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Turnover in industry dropped by 17.2 percent in the first six months of the year compared to the corresponding period last year, according to the National Statistics Institute (INS).

In June 2009, turnover in industry rose 7.4 percent per total in nominal terms (internal and foreign markets) from the previous month and dropped by 16.6 percent as against the corresponding months the previous year.

In the first half of 2009, the industry turnover took a 17.2 percent plunge, following declines in the processing industry (17.5 percent) and extracting industry (10 percent).

In terms of big industrial groups turnover declines were registered by energy industry (34.8 percent), intermediary goods industry (27.4 percent), durable goods industry (23 percent) and consumption goods industry (8.1 percent). Capital goods industry rose by 2.4 percent.

Industry’s turnover rose per total in June 2009 compared to the previous month by 7.4 percent , sustained by the growth in processing industry (7.6 percent) and extracting industry (2.3 percent).

In terms of big industrial groups turnover advances were recorded by the following sectors: capital goods industry (14.2 percent), energy industry (11.1 percent), durable goods industry (6.8 percent) and consumption goods industry (4.8 percent).

Industrial turnover in June 2009 compared to June 2008 took a 16.6 percent plunge, following declines in the two sectors: the extracting industry (18.1 percent) and processing industry (16.5 percent).

On the big industrial groups turnover declines were seen in all sectors: energy industry (33.9 percent), intermediary goods industry (26.6 percent), durable goods industry (19.1 percent), consumption goods industry (13.1 percent). Capital goods industry advanced 6 percent.

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