Warning : “New orders received in industry – December 2012” will be the last issue of new orders index in industry.
New orders index has been issued since 2003 to meet a new European requirement. Eurostat intended to build a leading indicator of industrial production in the European Union. As the index obtained had not achieved its aim, Eurostat removed the requirement in 2012.
In order to cut the administrative burden on business, INSEE decided to no longer investigate new orders received monthly. Monthly business surveys will continue to provide qualitative information on the state of order levels in industry.
In July 2012, new orders received in industry (except heavy transport equipment) decreased by 1.1%. New orders had already decreased in June (-1.0%).
Non-domestic new orders slightly increased by 0.3%.
During the last three months (q-o-q), new orders decreased in the “other manufacturing” sector (-2.5%) and in the “electrical and electronic equipment” sector (-1.8%). However, new orders increased in the car industry (+1.2%).
The level of new orders during the last three months was 0.2% higher than a year ago. The level of non-domestic new orders inceased in a more sustained pace (+5.7%).
|2005 based, SA-WDA changes in %|
|*: Total Manufacturing for new orders = 1000|
|(1) Last three months / three same months of previous year|
|The codes correspond to the level of aggregation (A 17) and [A 88] of the "NA" aggregate classification based on NAF rev.2.|
|NA : (A 17), [A 88] Industries :||Weight *||July / June||June / May||Quarter on quarter change||Year on year change (1)|
|Manufacturing, for new orders (except heavy transport equipment)||931||–1.1||–1.0||–1.6||0.2|
|(C3) Manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment and machinery||212||2.0||–1.8||–1.8||–8.3|
| Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers||240||–2.9||3.9||1.2||6.6|
|(C5) Other manufacturing||479||–1.3||–2.2||–2.5||0.9|
n° 227 - September 20, 2012
Industrial new orders index - July 2012
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