Bosnias Serb Republic June industrial output drops 5.6% y/y.

By bne IntelliNews July 20, 2012
The industrial production in Bosnia's Serb Republic fell by an annual 5.6% in June after dropping 4.6% year-on-year in May, according to data of the entitys statistics office. In monthly terms, the industrial output increased 4.2% in June after rising 2.8% lower in May. Jan-June output was 4.2% down on the year. June mining and quarrying output posted a smaller annual increase compared to a month earlier. On the other hand, electricity, gas and water supply output fell less in May compared to June, while the manufacturing industrys production decline accelerated in the six month of the year.
Indices of industrial production, % y/y
June12 May12 Jan-June12
INDUSTRY TOTAL -5.6 -4.6 -4.2
Energy -4.9 -6.9 -1.5
Intermediate goods except energy -10.5 -5.0 -8.7
Capital goods 27.4 26.8 7.6
Durable consumer goods 12.4 -14.8 0.4
Non-durable consumer goods -9.9 -5.6 -8.3
Mining and quarrying 1.6 4.6 -2.7
Manufacturing -7 -4.3 -6.8
Electricity, gas, steam and water supply -6.6 -8.9 -1.3
Source: RS Institute of Statistics
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