World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's Industrial Turnover Index increased 10.5 percent in June 2012 when compared to June 2011.
TurkStat, Turkey's statistical authority, said on Tuesday that Industrial Turnover Index decreased 1.6 percent in June 2012 when compared to May 2012.
In the sub sectors level of industry, Mining & Quarrying Index increased 12.5 percent, and Manufacturing Index increased 10.4 percent in June 2012 when compared to June 2011.
According to Main Industrial Groupings Classification, the highest increase in June 2012 over June 2011 was seen in Durable Consumer Goods.
When the change rates of Industrial Turnover Index in June 2012 compared to June of 2011 was examined, the highest increase was seen in Repair and Installation of Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing with 209.3 percent.
Industrial New Orders Index increased 11.1 percent in June 2012 when compared to June 2011, but decreased 2.3 percent when compared to May 2012.
The highest increase in annual change rate of Industrial New Orders Index in June 2012 over June 2011 was seen in Pharmacy and Equipment Manufacturing with 63.2 percent, and followed by Manufacture of Computer, Electronic and Optical Products with 53.2 percent.
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