30 juillet 2019
N° 2019-203

Household consumption expenditure on goods fell slightly in June (– 0.1%) and was stable over the second quarter (+0.0%)Household consumption expenditure on goods - June 2019

In June 2019, household consumption expenditure on goods fell slightly in volume* (–0.1% after +0.3%). Consumption of manufactured goods increased (+0.7%), as well as energy (+0.2%), but food consumption fell sharply (–1.1%). Over the second quarter as a whole, household consumption of goods stagnated (+0.0% after +0.1%). The increase in energy consumption (+0.8%) was offset by the decline in food and manufactured good purchases (–0.2% and –0.3%).

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No 203
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Informations rapides  No 203 - juillet 2019

In June 2019, household consumption expenditure on goods fell slightly in volume* (–0.1% after +0.3%). Consumption of manufactured goods increased (+0.7%), as well as energy (+0.2%), but food consumption fell sharply (–1.1%). Over the second quarter as a whole, household consumption of goods stagnated (+0.0% after +0.1%). The increase in energy consumption (+0.8%) was offset by the decline in food and manufactured good purchases (–0.2% and –0.3%).

Total consumption of goods

Total consumption of goods
Monthly data
2009-01 45.347
2009-02 44.681
2009-03 44.461
2009-04 44.953
2009-05 45.347
2009-06 45.432
2009-07 45.071
2009-08 44.71
2009-09 45.289
2009-10 45.4
2009-11 45.377
2009-12 46.021
2010-01 45.73
2010-02 45.446
2010-03 45.819
2010-04 45.469
2010-05 45.702
2010-06 45.311
2010-07 45.868
2010-08 45.55
2010-09 45.9
2010-10 45.932
2010-11 46.511
2010-12 46.674
2011-01 46.709
2011-02 46.96
2011-03 46.616
2011-04 45.614
2011-05 45.505
2011-06 45.724
2011-07 45.635
2011-08 45.921
2011-09 45.811
2011-10 45.657
2011-11 45.668
2011-12 45.502
2012-01 45.644
2012-02 46.324
2012-03 45.549
2012-04 45.568
2012-05 45.551
2012-06 45.686
2012-07 45.591
2012-08 45.42
2012-09 45.366
2012-10 45.431
2012-11 45.394
2012-12 45.271
2013-01 45.197
2013-02 45.499
2013-03 45.784
2013-04 45.417
2013-05 45.658
2013-06 45.263
2013-07 45.409
2013-08 45.189
2013-09 45.279
2013-10 45.348
2013-11 46.063
2013-12 45.901
2014-01 45.127
2014-02 44.977
2014-03 45.122
2014-04 45.035
2014-05 45.286
2014-06 45.389
2014-07 45.374
2014-08 45.58
2014-09 45.34
2014-10 45.348
2014-11 45.435
2014-12 45.973
2015-01 46.231
2015-02 46.14
2015-03 45.825
2015-04 45.992
2015-05 45.891
2015-06 46.382
2015-07 46.501
2015-08 46.291
2015-09 46.49
2015-10 46.542
2015-11 45.667
2015-12 46.586
2016-01 46.945
2016-02 46.709
2016-03 47.11
2016-04 47.091
2016-05 46.891
2016-06 46.947
2016-07 46.579
2016-08 46.809
2016-09 46.776
2016-10 47.493
2016-11 47.431
2016-12 47.461
2017-01 47.761
2017-02 47.259
2017-03 47.119
2017-04 47.249
2017-05 47.804
2017-06 47.688
2017-07 47.885
2017-08 47.656
2017-09 48.246
2017-10 47.144
2017-11 48.206
2017-12 47.946
2018-01 47.024
2018-02 48.239
2018-03 48.215
2018-04 47.023
2018-05 47.526
2018-06 47.639
2018-07 47.498
2018-08 47.655
2018-09 47.077
2018-10 47.606
2018-11 47.531
2018-12 46.806
2019-01 47.529
2019-02 47.303
2019-03 47.182
2019-04 47.235
2019-05 47.375
2019-06 47.343

Total consumption of goods

  • Source: INSEE.

Food products: sharp decline in June, slight downturn over the quarter

In June, food consumption fell sharply (–1.1% after +0.2%). This decrease concerned both the consumption of agricultural goods (fresh fruits and vegetables) and the purchases of processed agri-food products. Over the whole quarter, food consumption fell again (–0.2% after –1.1%).

Food products, engineered goods and energy

Food products, engineered goods and energy
Food products Energy Engineered goods
2009-01 16.443 9.252 19.74
2009-02 16.333 9.103 19.344
2009-03 16.127 8.906 19.492
2009-04 16.481 9.021 19.534
2009-05 16.483 8.916 19.992
2009-06 16.533 8.87 20.066
2009-07 16.505 8.858 19.763
2009-08 16.672 8.651 19.45
2009-09 16.641 8.734 19.95
2009-10 16.66 8.702 20.065
2009-11 16.499 8.591 20.283
2009-12 16.682 8.945 20.419
2010-01 16.605 8.986 20.181
2010-02 16.633 9.091 19.809
2010-03 16.699 8.871 20.269
2010-04 16.684 8.897 19.937
2010-05 16.807 8.875 20.059
2010-06 16.874 8.714 19.761
2010-07 16.898 8.777 20.207
2010-08 16.867 8.739 19.968
2010-09 16.895 8.83 20.197
2010-10 16.99 8.921 20.068
2010-11 16.966 8.878 20.661
2010-12 17.048 9.104 20.559
2011-01 17.013 8.804 20.88
2011-02 17.04 8.653 21.219
2011-03 16.975 8.594 21.006
2011-04 17.016 8.192 20.36
2011-05 16.991 8.364 20.134
2011-06 16.906 8.526 20.283
2011-07 16.952 8.567 20.121
2011-08 16.944 8.753 20.242
2011-09 17.017 8.573 20.222
2011-10 16.962 8.484 20.203
2011-11 16.963 8.378 20.302
2011-12 16.722 8.27 20.462
2012-01 16.977 8.515 20.142
2012-02 17.003 9.316 20.025
2012-03 16.912 8.241 20.369
2012-04 16.958 8.885 19.738
2012-05 16.864 8.58 20.098
2012-06 17.07 8.686 19.935
2012-07 17.095 8.539 19.956
2012-08 17.113 8.513 19.798
2012-09 17.018 8.52 19.828
2012-10 16.937 8.555 19.937
2012-11 16.835 8.725 19.838
2012-12 16.9 8.354 20.005
2013-01 16.935 8.583 19.681
2013-02 17.106 8.806 19.595
2013-03 17.351 8.885 19.559
2013-04 16.724 9.004 19.691
2013-05 17.095 8.881 19.689
2013-06 16.977 8.558 19.731
2013-07 17.124 8.487 19.8
2013-08 16.995 8.409 19.785
2013-09 17.07 8.376 19.834
2013-10 17.206 8.139 20.0
2013-11 17.271 8.686 20.107
2013-12 17.147 8.396 20.352
2014-01 17.08 8.064 19.983
2014-02 16.961 8.044 19.972
2014-03 17.122 7.992 20.008
2014-04 17.086 7.954 19.995
2014-05 17.185 8.142 19.96
2014-06 17.155 8.175 20.06
2014-07 17.034 8.171 20.169
2014-08 17.16 8.224 20.196
2014-09 17.254 8.164 19.922
2014-10 17.224 7.89 20.232
2014-11 17.242 7.896 20.295
2014-12 17.276 8.277 20.42
2015-01 17.307 8.31 20.613
2015-02 17.227 8.475 20.439
2015-03 17.215 8.178 20.433
2015-04 17.351 8.108 20.533
2015-05 17.298 8.104 20.489
2015-06 17.404 8.187 20.791
2015-07 17.354 8.362 20.785
2015-08 17.359 8.225 20.706
2015-09 17.258 8.33 20.902
2015-10 17.305 8.519 20.717
2015-11 17.361 7.904 20.402
2015-12 17.56 7.906 21.121
2016-01 17.477 8.138 21.325
2016-02 17.485 8.321 20.903
2016-03 17.433 8.502 21.181
2016-04 17.265 8.552 21.283
2016-05 17.323 8.554 21.023
2016-06 17.394 8.127 21.421
2016-07 17.385 8.294 20.901
2016-08 17.454 8.37 20.987
2016-09 17.529 8.279 20.967
2016-10 17.524 8.632 21.346
2016-11 17.457 8.557 21.424
2016-12 17.442 8.44 21.583
2017-01 17.484 8.848 21.453
2017-02 17.49 8.094 21.663
2017-03 17.514 7.922 21.663
2017-04 17.516 8.186 21.538
2017-05 17.549 8.389 21.866
2017-06 17.573 8.311 21.8
2017-07 17.535 8.37 21.98
2017-08 17.356 8.362 21.942
2017-09 17.534 8.603 22.119
2017-10 17.437 7.995 21.696
2017-11 17.644 8.472 22.092
2017-12 17.361 8.587 22.011
2018-01 17.389 7.923 21.709
2018-02 17.532 8.844 21.865
2018-03 17.555 8.744 21.919
2018-04 16.866 8.07 22.103
2018-05 17.256 8.224 22.054
2018-06 17.303 8.233 22.11
2018-07 17.317 8.219 21.966
2018-08 17.21 8.24 22.216
2018-09 17.038 8.146 21.902
2018-10 17.243 8.232 22.139
2018-11 17.136 8.3 22.107
2018-12 17.189 7.973 21.644
2019-01 17.067 8.471 21.992
2019-02 17.035 8.2 22.088
2019-03 16.902 8.052 22.265
2019-04 17.014 8.303 21.926
2019-05 17.047 8.302 22.039
2019-06 16.863 8.32 22.182

Food products, engineered goods and energy

  • Source: INSEE.

Engineered goods: increase in June, slight decline over the quarter

In June, manufactured good consumption increased again (+0.7% after +0.5%), supported in particular by durable good purchases. Over the whole quarter, however, purchases of manufactured goods fell (–0.3% after +0.7%).

Durables: further increase in June, decrease over the quarter

In June, consumption of durable manufactured goods rose again (+0.8% after +0.4%), mainly due to the dynamism of transport equipment sales (+2.5%), despite the decline in housing equipment consumption (–1.6%). Over the whole quarter, however, durable good purchases fell sharply (–0.6% after +0.7%).

Textile-clothing: further increase in June, slowdown over the quarter

Expenditure on textile and clothing increased again in June (+0.7% after +1.1%). The rise in shoe purchases offset the decrease in textile sales, while clothing consumption increased for the second consecutive month. Over the whole quarter, textile and clothing consumption slowed down sharply (+0.1% after +0.9%).

Other engineered goods: increase in June, slight decrease over the quarter

In June, consumption of "other manufactured goods" increased (+0.3%), driven by an increase in the consumption of hygiene products, perfumes and medicines. Over the whole quarter, spending on "other manufactured goods" fell slightly (–0.1%).

Breakdown of engineered goods

Breakdown of engineered goods
Transport equipment Clothing Other engineered goods Household durables
2009-01 5.587 4.581 5.779 2.619
2009-02 5.537 4.291 5.717 2.596
2009-03 5.591 4.397 5.71 2.605
2009-04 5.652 4.34 5.696 2.626
2009-05 6.12 4.354 5.738 2.633
2009-06 5.852 4.559 5.738 2.68
2009-07 5.797 4.284 5.755 2.691
2009-08 5.668 4.118 5.722 2.697
2009-09 5.861 4.355 5.764 2.728
2009-10 5.901 4.451 5.776 2.718
2009-11 6.305 4.328 5.771 2.701
2009-12 6.273 4.415 5.812 2.721
2010-01 5.915 4.502 5.796 2.736
2010-02 5.728 4.245 5.828 2.757
2010-03 5.922 4.418 5.866 2.803
2010-04 5.57 4.407 5.925 2.77
2010-05 5.589 4.337 5.923 2.886
2010-06 5.594 4.124 5.96 2.803
2010-07 5.542 4.65 5.973 2.768
2010-08 5.335 4.433 5.966 2.911
2010-09 5.606 4.436 5.998 2.872
2010-10 5.583 4.367 6.011 2.836
2010-11 6.124 4.467 6.031 2.822
2010-12 6.084 4.439 6.016 2.804
2011-01 6.268 4.371 6.064 2.914
2011-02 6.362 4.52 6.07 3.004
2011-03 6.236 4.432 6.084 2.993
2011-04 5.598 4.501 6.107 2.872
2011-05 5.49 4.36 6.086 2.888
2011-06 5.488 4.422 6.109 2.937
2011-07 5.494 4.248 6.101 2.946
2011-08 5.545 4.305 6.115 2.952
2011-09 5.601 4.266 6.106 2.934
2011-10 5.53 4.326 6.122 2.919
2011-11 5.766 4.286 6.121 2.864
2011-12 5.637 4.331 6.119 3.046
2012-01 5.436 4.375 6.097 2.942
2012-02 5.327 4.265 6.129 3.025
2012-03 5.534 4.481 6.12 2.963
2012-04 5.312 3.981 6.068 3.053
2012-05 5.425 4.288 6.098 3.026
2012-06 5.311 4.119 6.133 3.046
2012-07 5.222 4.245 6.147 3.04
2012-08 5.2 4.224 6.097 2.984
2012-09 5.08 4.336 6.112 3.01
2012-10 5.151 4.328 6.125 3.032
2012-11 5.12 4.254 6.103 3.059
2012-12 5.316 4.254 6.122 3.035
2013-01 4.984 4.285 6.114 3.021
2013-02 4.989 4.209 6.114 3.0
2013-03 4.895 4.178 6.111 3.073
2013-04 4.946 4.217 6.144 3.084
2013-05 5.025 4.114 6.166 3.086
2013-06 4.973 4.226 6.136 3.098
2013-07 5.003 4.275 6.166 3.067
2013-08 5.037 4.177 6.161 3.112
2013-09 5.015 4.231 6.172 3.129
2013-10 5.089 4.271 6.18 3.16
2013-11 5.139 4.364 6.198 3.119
2013-12 5.442 4.241 6.2 3.183
2014-01 4.877 4.389 6.213 3.179
2014-02 5.042 4.283 6.216 3.116
2014-03 4.98 4.357 6.244 3.128
2014-04 5.054 4.248 6.245 3.139
2014-05 4.871 4.266 6.231 3.273
2014-06 4.952 4.333 6.237 3.237
2014-07 4.928 4.366 6.252 3.298
2014-08 4.972 4.275 6.297 3.334
2014-09 4.933 4.041 6.285 3.337
2014-10 5.044 4.231 6.295 3.334
2014-11 5.005 4.3 6.319 3.338
2014-12 4.96 4.359 6.345 3.412
2015-01 5.003 4.5 6.38 3.392
2015-02 4.957 4.336 6.407 3.397
2015-03 5.015 4.302 6.399 3.368
2015-04 5.041 4.404 6.407 3.348
2015-05 5.061 4.301 6.404 3.368
2015-06 5.226 4.417 6.428 3.381
2015-07 5.224 4.36 6.411 3.449
2015-08 5.117 4.397 6.404 3.472
2015-09 5.234 4.382 6.457 3.495
2015-10 5.184 4.352 6.426 3.456
2015-11 5.195 4.119 6.412 3.374
2015-12 5.273 4.301 6.435 3.771
2016-01 5.331 4.624 6.451 3.583
2016-02 5.348 4.184 6.47 3.602
2016-03 5.451 4.218 6.471 3.735
2016-04 5.432 4.229 6.471 3.861
2016-05 5.366 4.236 6.485 3.627
2016-06 5.374 4.495 6.475 3.773
2016-07 5.371 4.264 6.482 3.488
2016-08 5.473 4.228 6.473 3.533
2016-09 5.519 4.113 6.469 3.564
2016-10 5.517 4.434 6.489 3.597
2016-11 5.774 4.258 6.508 3.566
2016-12 5.85 4.323 6.519 3.589
2017-01 5.655 4.354 6.54 3.606
2017-02 5.685 4.466 6.514 3.693
2017-03 5.723 4.433 6.537 3.663
2017-04 5.719 4.314 6.518 3.683
2017-05 5.874 4.454 6.517 3.712
2017-06 5.915 4.281 6.55 3.749
2017-07 5.924 4.392 6.559 3.79
2017-08 5.874 4.407 6.576 3.768
2017-09 5.844 4.588 6.587 3.788
2017-10 5.888 4.183 6.562 3.747
2017-11 5.85 4.429 6.595 3.887
2017-12 6.015 4.36 6.579 3.744
2018-01 5.77 4.294 6.57 3.75
2018-02 5.867 4.366 6.56 3.767
2018-03 5.945 4.284 6.575 3.794
2018-04 6.061 4.425 6.593 3.7
2018-05 6.086 4.285 6.587 3.78
2018-06 6.041 4.267 6.585 3.901
2018-07 5.923 4.308 6.602 3.825
2018-08 6.112 4.335 6.605 3.835
2018-09 5.98 4.177 6.599 3.819
2018-10 6.065 4.276 6.61 3.861
2018-11 5.955 4.27 6.591 3.96
2018-12 5.648 4.275 6.591 3.825
2019-01 5.871 4.288 6.616 3.917
2019-02 5.885 4.313 6.64 3.943
2019-03 6.013 4.335 6.628 3.967
2019-04 5.742 4.277 6.603 3.992
2019-05 5.771 4.323 6.62 4.02
2019-06 5.917 4.354 6.643 3.955

Breakdown of engineered goods

  • Source: INSEE.

Energy: slight increase in June, rise over the quarter

In June, energy consumption increased slightly (+0.2% after +0.0%). The increase in fuel expenditure (+2.9%) was partially offset by the decrease in gas and electricity consumption (–2.1%). Over the whole quarter, energy expenses increased (+0.8% after +0.9%).

Breakdown of energy

Breakdown of energy
Refined Products Energy, water, waste
2009-01 4.397 4.862
2009-02 4.351 4.752
2009-03 4.323 4.571
2009-04 4.364 4.648
2009-05 4.339 4.562
2009-06 4.311 4.545
2009-07 4.275 4.576
2009-08 4.073 4.592
2009-09 4.166 4.571
2009-10 4.152 4.554
2009-11 4.188 4.389
2009-12 4.288 4.656
2010-01 4.064 4.907
2010-02 4.294 4.79
2010-03 4.154 4.708
2010-04 4.259 4.634
2010-05 4.143 4.722
2010-06 4.101 4.604
2010-07 4.185 4.586
2010-08 4.122 4.61
2010-09 4.182 4.641
2010-10 4.176 4.736
2010-11 4.162 4.707
2010-12 4.069 5.017
2011-01 4.203 4.588
2011-02 4.17 4.467
2011-03 4.096 4.485
2011-04 4.027 4.147
2011-05 3.862 4.497
2011-06 4.016 4.5
2011-07 4.018 4.54
2011-08 4.176 4.563
2011-09 4.056 4.507
2011-10 4.012 4.462
2011-11 3.972 4.396
2011-12 3.845 4.418
2012-01 4.039 4.465
2012-02 4.071 5.283
2012-03 4.002 4.215
2012-04 3.956 4.955
2012-05 4.052 4.519
2012-06 4.119 4.555
2012-07 3.991 4.544
2012-08 3.957 4.557
2012-09 3.945 4.578
2012-10 3.973 4.583
2012-11 4.022 4.707
2012-12 3.849 4.511
2013-01 3.899 4.699
2013-02 3.981 4.843
2013-03 3.98 4.93
2013-04 4.046 4.981
2013-05 4.093 4.793
2013-06 3.886 4.687
2013-07 3.893 4.602
2013-08 3.865 4.551
2013-09 3.827 4.56
2013-10 3.857 4.271
2013-11 3.891 4.819
2013-12 3.898 4.499
2014-01 3.824 4.24
2014-02 3.793 4.252
2014-03 3.821 4.169
2014-04 3.808 4.143
2014-05 3.76 4.39
2014-06 3.863 4.313
2014-07 3.828 4.346
2014-08 3.88 4.345
2014-09 3.878 4.285
2014-10 3.866 4.014
2014-11 3.764 4.13
2014-12 3.966 4.307
2015-01 3.871 4.439
2015-02 3.866 4.609
2015-03 3.839 4.338
2015-04 3.893 4.215
2015-05 3.843 4.261
2015-06 3.874 4.313
2015-07 4.012 4.35
2015-08 3.891 4.334
2015-09 3.924 4.405
2015-10 3.866 4.653
2015-11 3.771 4.133
2015-12 4.023 3.882
2016-01 3.912 4.233
2016-02 3.967 4.358
2016-03 3.977 4.518
2016-04 3.926 4.611
2016-05 4.164 4.405
2016-06 3.661 4.442
2016-07 3.914 4.378
2016-08 3.993 4.381
2016-09 3.956 4.328
2016-10 3.964 4.653
2016-11 4.025 4.529
2016-12 3.986 4.453
2017-01 3.987 4.827
2017-02 3.91 4.198
2017-03 3.9 4.048
2017-04 3.92 4.275
2017-05 4.002 4.393
2017-06 3.954 4.361
2017-07 3.993 4.383
2017-08 3.962 4.401
2017-09 4.134 4.48
2017-10 3.772 4.221
2017-11 3.927 4.531
2017-12 4.055 4.531
2018-01 3.865 4.07
2018-02 3.938 4.882
2018-03 4.016 4.716
2018-04 3.942 4.141
2018-05 3.945 4.285
2018-06 3.927 4.309
2018-07 3.88 4.339
2018-08 3.909 4.332
2018-09 3.861 4.287
2018-10 3.973 4.267
2018-11 3.943 4.358
2018-12 3.751 4.22
2019-01 3.971 4.501
2019-02 3.96 4.242
2019-03 3.872 4.182
2019-04 3.932 4.372
2019-05 3.831 4.469
2019-06 3.944 4.376

Breakdown of energy

  • Source: INSEE.

The variation in may 2019 was revised downwards

The variation in household expenditure on goods of May 2019 was revised downwards: +0.3% instead of +0.4%. Since the previous publication, new information has been integrated and the seasonal adjustment coefficients have been updated.

Household consumption expenditure on goods

Changes in %. TD-SA
Household consumption expenditure on goods (Changes in %. TD-SA )
Weight (1) Apr 2019 May 2019 June 2019 June 19 / June 18 Q / Q-1 (2)
Food products 37 0.7 0.2 -1.1 -2.5 -0.2
- excl. Tobacco 34 0.7 0.2 -1.3 -2.1 0.3
Engineered goods 44 -1.5 0.5 0.7 0.3 -0.3
- Durables 22 -2.3 0.4 0.8 -0.7 -0.6
Including :
- Transport equipment 12 -4.5 0.5 2.5 -2.0 -1.9
- Household durables 7 0.6 0.7 -1.6 1.4 1.2
- Textile-clothing 9 -1.3 1.1 0.7 2.1 0.1
- Other engineered goods 13 -0.4 0.3 0.3 0.9 -0.1
Energy 18 3.1 0.0 0.2 1.1 0.8
- Energy. water. waste 10 4.5 2.2 -2.1 1.6 2.3
- Refined Products 9 1.6 -2.6 2.9 0.4 -0.8
Total 100 0.1 0.3 -0.1 -0.6 0.0
- Including Manufactured goods 84 -0.4 0.0 0.4 -0.7 -0.4
  • (1) Weighting in the consumption expenditure on goods in value in 2017
  • (2) Last three months / previous three months
  • Source: INSEE

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*Volumes are measured at chain-link previous year prices (2014 euro billions) and all figures are trading-day and seasonally adjusted.

Scope and definition - Consumption expenditure on goods is compliant with the national-accounts definition (NAF Rev. 2). In 2010, they accounted for half of total households’ consumption expenditure. They are divided into three main items:

Food: products of agriculture, forestry and fishing (AZ), food, drinks and tobacco (C1)

Energy: mining products, as well as water, gas, electricity and air conditioning, sanitation and waste management (DE), and refined and coked products (C2).

Engineered goods: computers, electronic, electrical and optical goods (C3), transport equipment (C4), textiles and clothing, products made of leather, wood, paper, metals, plastic, rubber, chemicals, minerals, furniture, hardware, drugs (C5). Within this heading are distinguished “durable” goods which include transport equipment, household durables (furniture, household appliances, etc.) and other durable goods (jewelry, watches, glasses, medical devices, etc.).

The manufactured goods correspond to all the products C1, C2, C3, C4, C5.

Sources: This indicator is the compilation of a variety of statistical sources issued by the Bank of France, the French Federation of Automobile Manufacturers (CCFA), the Department of Data and Statistical Studies (SDES), the French Institute of Fashion (IFM), the National Health-Insurance Administration (CNAM), the National Federation of Rubber and Plastics Industries (SNCP), the Board of Oil (CPDP), GFK, Logista, the International Union Committee of Automobile and Motorcycle (CSIAM), etc. Figures are seasonally and trading-days adjusted (TD-SA).

Next publication: 29 August 2019 at 8:45 am


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