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Industry turnover increased by 17.2% in October 2017 compared to October 2016
12 December 2017, 7:13 PM

By Jerom Bolt
Industry turnover recorded a 11.6 per cent increases January-October this year, compared with the same period of 2016, an increase due to rises in mining and quarrying (+16.8%) and in manufacturing (+11.5%), informs the National Institute of Statistics (INS), in a release.
By large industrial groups, turnover increases were also recorded in the energy industry (+21.1%), capital goods industry (+16.3%), intermediary goods industry (+10.0%), durables goods industry (+8.3%) and consumer goods industry (+5.6%).
In October 2017, the industry turnover inched 3% against the previous month following the increase in the drilling industry (+5.5%) and the processing industry (+2.9%).
By large industrial groups increases were also recorded in the energy industry (+14.7%), capital goods industry (+4.4%), durables goods industry (+3.1%) and intermediary goods industry (+2.4%). Drops were recorded in the consumer goods industry (-1.8%).
Compared with the same month in 2016, industry turnover increased 17.2% in October 2017 after growths recorded in the drilling industry (+30.1%) and processing industry (+16.9%).
By large industrial groups, increases were recorded in the energy industry (+30.5%), capital goods industry (+20.4%), intermediary goods industry (+18.1%) and durables goods industry (+10.8%) and consumer goods industry (+8.6%).

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