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Development in August 2013 in comparison with July 2013 1)
Turnover rose, month-on-month, in selected market services by 1,3 %, industry by 1 %, transportation and storage by 0,7 %. It fell in construction by 1,6 %, information and communication by 0,3 %.
Development in August 2013 compared with August 2012
Turnover in industry fell by 1,7 %. The development was affected by a decline of turnover in electricity, gas, steam and air-conditioning supply by 12,4 %, mining and quarrying by 10,2 %. Turnover grew in water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation by 0,9 % and in manufacturing by 0,4 %. Out of the sectors that contributed most to the overall fall in turnover, the most significant reduction was recorded except electricity, gas, steam and air-conditioning supply also in the manufacture of chemicals and chemical products by 28,9 %, manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products by 8,4 %, manufacture of food, beverages and tobacco products by 4,4 % and manufacture of basic metal and fabricated metal products except machinery and equipment by 1,5 %. Turnover rose mostly in manufacture of transport equipment by 7,4 %, manufacture of electrical equipment by 13,2 % and in manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c. by 8,5 %.
In construction, turnover went down by 8,1 %.
Turnover in transportation and storage, 2) rose by 6,1 %. The total growth was affected by higher turnover in land transport and transport via pipelines by 11,4 %, postal and courier activities by 10,2 %, water transport by 8,9 % and in warehousing and support activities for transportation by 3,2 %. Lower turnover was recorded only in air transport by 22,5 %.
Turnover in information and communication 3) grew by 5,8 %. Higher turnover was affected mostly by a turnover growth in information service activities by 19,2 % and computer programming by 13 %. Turnover decreased most in telecommunications by 1,5 %.
Turnover in selected market services continued to grow considerably, year-on-year 4) Compared with August 2012, it increased by 16,8 %. The turnover growth was observed in all surveyed activities except gambling and betting activities (a decline by 2,2 %). Higher turnover was recorded in architectural and engineering activities by 26,7 %, education by 20,6 %, security and investigation activities by 20,5 % and in administrative and support service activities by 18,3 %.
Development over the first eight months of 2013 in comparison with the corresponding period last year
Turnover in industry decreased, year-on-year, by 1,2 %. Turnover fell mostly in electricity, gas, steam and air-conditioning supply by 7,8 %, manufacture of chemicals and chemical products by 23 %, manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products by 5,9 %, other manufacture, repair and installation of machinery and equipment by 6,5 % and in manufacture of rubber and plastic products and other non-metallic mineral products by 2 %. Higher turnover was registered particularly in manufacture of electrical equipment by 17 %, manufacture of transport equipment by 1,7 % and in manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c. by 9,7 %.
Turnover of construction enterprises was reduced by 10,1 %.
Turnover in transportation and storage grew, year-on-year, by 9,6 %. It increased in postal and courier activities by 14,7 %, land transport and transport via pipelines by 10,4 %, in warehousing and support activities for transportation by 9,2 %. It fell in water transport by 11,2 % and in air transport by 8,7 %.
Turnover in information and communication rose by 3 %. An increase in turnover was recorded only in information service activities by 28,3 % and in computer programming by 11,5 %. It went down in other activities, of which in publishing activities by 21,1 % and in telecommunications by 1,1 %.
Turnover in selected market services increased, year-on-year, by 13,7 %, namely in all major activities. The development was affected mostly by a turnover growth in architectural and engineering activities by 20,2 %, education by 18 %, security and investigation activities by 17,9 %, real estate activities by 15,8 % and in travel agency and tour operator activities by 15 %.
Note: preliminary results; according to the monthly survey; from January 2013 year-on-year indices in industry, in construction and in selected market services are calculated at constant prices using the base year 2010; in transportation and storage, in information and communication, the indices are calculated from the current prices
1) from seasonally adjusted data
2) Section Transportation and storage includes following division: land transport and transport via pipelines; water transport; air transport; warehousing and support activities for transportation; postal and courier activities
3) Section Information and Communication activities includes following divisions: publishing activities; motion picture, video and television programme production, sound recording and music publishing activities; programming and broadcasting activities; telecommunications; computer programming, consultancy and related activities; information service activities
4) Selected market services include such as real estate activities; professional, scientific and technical activities; administrative and support service activities; arts, entertainment and recreation; other service activities and sub-division other education and educational support activities
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