Industrial production index in the first 10 months of 2020 increases by 7.15 percent over the same period last year
Cumulatively, the index of industrial production in the first 10 months of 2020 increased by 7.15 percent over the same period last year (it increased by 15.11 percent in the same period). In which, the processing and manufacturing industry increased by 6.98 percent; electricity production and distribution increased 11.42 percent; water supply, waste and wastewater management and treatment increased 11.38 percent.
The outstanding point is that if in the previous months, the number of industrial product groups had a little increase, by the end of October, there were 47 out of 73 product groups having growth rate over the same period.
In which, there were 10 product groups with an increase of over 20 percent such as spinning yarn from natural fibers (up 62.52 percent); pharmaceutical products containing hormones but no antibiotics in the form of tablets (up 31.17 percent); household products and other cleaning products made of plastic (up 34.23 percent); building bricks and bricks (up 25.08 percent); flat rolled iron and non-alloy steel (up 27.7 percent); backpacks (up 27.38 percent), ...
The number of product groups have a decrease rate is 26 out of 73 groups, focusing mainly on bottled beer (down 15.69 percent); woven fabrics of synthetic silk yarn (down 37.91 percent); non-knitted or crocheted adult shirts (down 13.7 percent); other semiconductor equipment (down 20.37 percent); pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical production services (down 16.01 percent) ./.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by NT