The turnover in manufacturing industry decreased by 0.2% in February 2010Turnover in industry and construction - February 2010

In February 2010, the turnover in manufacturing indus-try declined (–0.2%), after a rise in January (+1.3%, +1.0% initially announced). Exports increased by +2.5%, after +1.3% in January. On a quarterly basis, the turnover in manufacturing industry rose by 1.4% (Q/Q–1); it grew by 0.4% year on year (Q/Q–4). The turnover of the industry as a whole (B to E) was nearly stable in February (–0.1%).

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No 119
Paru le : 03/05/2010

Every indices in this issue are in value, seasonally and working-day adjusted.

In February 2010, the turnover in manufacturing industry declined (–0.2%), after a rise in January (+1.3%, +1.0% initially announced). Exports increased by +2.5%, after +1.3% in January.

On a quarterly basis, the turnover in manufacturing industry rose by 1.4% (Q/Q–1); it grew by 0.4% year on year (Q/Q–4).

The turnover of the industry as a whole (B to E) was nearly stable in February (–0.1%).

IRgraph3 – Turnover in manufacturing industry

  • Source: INSEE

IRtab1 – Turnover in industry and construction

s.a. and w-d.a. data –2005 = 100
Turnover in industry and construction
Change in %
Nace Classification Weight** Feb./ Jan./ Q/Q–1 Q/Q–4
Sectors Jan. Dec. (1) (1)
BE : INDUSTRY 8022 –0.1 1.0 1.3 0.4
CZ : MANUFACTURING 7167 –0.2 1.3 1.4 0.4
Of which Exports 959 2.5 1.3 3.0 2.0
(C1): Manufacture of food products and beverages 1131 0.3 –0.1 0.8 –2.3
(C2): Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products 461 –0.3 3.2 2.7 2.3
(C3): Electrical and electronic equipment; machine equipment 927 –0.7 1.3 0.7 –6.6
(C4): Manufacture of transport equipment 1383 –1.5 3.6 4.3 14.9
(C5): Other manufacturing 3265 0.3 0.7 0.5 –1.8
(DE): Mining and quarrying; energy; water supply; waste management 855 0.8 –0.7 0.9 0.2
FZ: CONSTRUCTION 1978 –1.8 –0.3 –1.0 –5.0
  • ** 10000=B..F
  • (1) Last three months / three previous months
  • (2) Last three months / three same months of previous year
  • The codes correspond to different levels of aggregation of the NACE classification.
  • Source: INSEE