INS: Sales of food, beverages and tobacco generates 14.7 pct growth in retail on 10 months sales in Romania

Newsroom 05/12/2016 | 11:18

The turnover of retail has grown by 14.7 percent in the first 10 months, both as gross series and adjusted series, as a result of the sales in food, beverages and tobacco, says the National Institute of Statistics (INS).

According to the statistics, during the January-November period, the turnover volume of retail (with the exception of retail in cars and motor cars) as adjusted series depending on the number of working days and season, has registered a growth compared with the same period of 2015, because of the sales in food products, beverages and tobacco (16.8 percent), non-food products (14.8 percent) and retail in fuels for cars in specialized stores (10.9 percent).

On the other hand, the volume of turnover in retail (with the exception of retail in cars and motor cars) as gross series, registered the same growth as the adjusted series (14.7 percent) and the sales in food, beverage, and tobacco (16.5 percent), non-food products (15.2 percent) and retail of fuels for cars and specialized stores (10.9 percent) contributed to this growth.

At the end of October, the turnover in retail (with the exception of retail in cars and motor cars) dropped by 0.2 percent as gross series compared with September and grew as adjusted series by 0.5 percent as adjusted series taking into account the working days and the season.

Georgiana Bendre

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