Wholesale advances 9.1 pct on the year in April 2016

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The wholesale turnover (excluding the trade with motor vehicles and motorcycles) increased by 9.1 percent y-o-y in April 2016 in adjusted series, according to data reported by the National Institute for Statistics (INS).

Increases were posted in most segments, with the largest advances being reported in the wholesale of other machinery, equipment and supplies (22.6 percent), the wholesale of household goods, other than food (17.7 percent), non-specialised wholesale (17.1 percent), the wholesale of food, beverages and tobacco (16.7 percent) and the wholesale of information and communication equipment (12.6 percent). Smaller rises were seen in the wholesale of agricultural raw materials and live animals (3.8 percent) and other specialised wholesale (2.0 percent), while drops were registered by the wholesale intermediation activities (6.4 percent).

The wholesale levels showed an overall increase of 1 percent over the previous month also, with the largest advance in the wholesale of information and communication equipment (9.9 percent) and drops registered in the wholesale of agricultural raw materials and live animals (3.1 percent) and the wholesale intermediation activities (2.1 percent).

Natalia Martian

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