The index of iron and steel finished products increases by 30.1 percent
In particular, processing and manufacturing industry increased by 15 percent; electricity production and distribution increased by 17.81 percent; water supply as well as waste and wastewater management, treatment increased by 13.15 percent over the same period.
The index of 56 out of 75 groups increased over the same period, including construction bricks (increasing by 62.7 percent); plastic products (increasing by 37.6 percent); iron and steel finished products (increasing by 30.1 percent); wooden products (increasing by 26.8 percent); yarn of all kinds (increasing by 26.3 percent); wall paint (increasing by 21.2 percent); mineral and chemical fertilizers (increasing by 18.8 percent); commercial electricity (increasing by 17.8 percent); finished fabric (increasing by 14.2 percent); mineral water (increasing by 12.6 percent); pharmaceutical products (increasing by 12.4 percent); cashew kernels (increasing by 5.4 percent); backpacks, bags (increasing by 3.6 percent), and rice milling (increasing by 3 percent).
Especially, after negative growth due to the impact of African swine fever, animal feed products started to increase again but very little (only 0.1 percent).
The index of footwear production decreases by 2.8 percent
The sectors that have the reduction index are bottled beer production (decreasing by 16.2 percent); footwear (decreasing by 2.8 percent); garments (decreasing by 7.2 percent); making clothes for adults (decreasing by 6.7 percent); iron and rolled steel production (decreasing by 4.4 percent); tobacco production (decreasing by 4 percent); and ready-mixed concrete production (decreasing by 3.7 percent)./.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by Lan Vy