In July, the volume of industrial production grew by 4.0% year-on-year, along with the expansion of domestic and export sales

Change in the volume of industrial production, domestic and export sales

Industrial production broke a record once again in July, with domestic sales approaching and export sales surpassing the previous month’s data

Change in the volume of industrial production, domestic and export sales

The total volume of stock of orders in July was 23% higher year-on-year, with an increase in the export stock of orders and a decrease in the domestic one

Change in end-of-month stock of orders in the most significant manufacturing divisions*

The manufacture of electrical equipment had once again an outstanding performance in July; however, the rubber, plastic and building material industry as well as metal working and metallurgy lagged behind the previous year's level

Change in production volume in major manufacturing subsections, July 2022

After stagnating in June, the output level of the largest manufacturing subsections, except for the manufacture of transport equipment, further decreased in July compared to the previous month

Volume change in the output of the five largest manufacturing subsections

The construction output volume was lower by 8.1% year-on-year; within it, the construction of buildings decreased by 4.8%, while civil engineering works lessened by 12%

Volume change of construction output by main groups of construction

The stock of contracts held by construction enterprises at the end of June was 1.2% higher than a year earlier

Volume changes of end-of-month stock of contracts at construction enterprises by main groups of construction