The Croatian Bureau of Statistics (DZS) presented data showing that the country’s industrial turnover inched up by 0.7 percent in August 2018 compared to July of the same year.
Year-on-year it grew by 8.3 percent on the domestic market, and by 0.8 percent on the foreign market, N1 said.
The same media source wrote that “Month-on-month, industrial turnover increased by 4.6 percent on the domestic market, but dropped by 5.1 percent on the foreign market.”
Capital goods sales were also 6.2 percent up. Next come the durable consumer goods 5.2 percent and energy 1.9 percent.
Total consumption of non-durable consumer goods was down by 0.5% and intermediate products’ sales were unchanged in August compared to July.
Overall energy sales “sky-rocketed” by 33.8% year-on-year, with durable consumer goods also going up the hill by 9.7% while intermediate products also increased but less, by 5.5%…. / IBNA