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Economic Survey of Manufacturing: June 2012 quarter key fact


Economic Survey of Manufacturing: June 2012 quarter key facts

Sales (seasonally adjusted) for the June 2012 quarter compared with the March 2012 quarter.

Volumes
• Total manufacturing rose 0.3 percent.
• Excluding meat and dairy product manufacturing, sales rose 0.5 percent.
• Meat and dairy product manufacturing rose 1.8 percent.
• Transport equipment; machinery and equipment manufacturing rose 4.7 percent.
• Petroleum and coal product manufacturing fell 9.0 percent.

Values
• Total manufacturing fell 1.1 percent.
• Excluding meat and dairy product manufacturing, sales were relatively unchanged.
• Meat and dairy product manufacturing fell 3.1 percent.
• Transport equipment; machinery and equipment manufacturing rose 5.9 percent.
• Petroleum and coal product manufacturing fell 8.2 percent.

Attached is information about the statistics released today.

Media release (pdf) Information release (pdf) Tables (xls)

(See attached file: EconomicSurveyofManufacturingJun12qtrMR.pdf)(See attached file: EconomicSurveyofManufacturingJun12qtr.pdf)(See attached file: esm-jun12-qtr-tables.xls)

EconomicSurveyofManufacturingJun12qtrMR.pdf

EconomicSurveyofManufacturingJun12qtr.pdf

esmjun12qtrtables.xls

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