Managers’ outlook: Increased activity in industry, constructions, trade and services

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Company managers estimate for June to August an increased activity in all economic sectors – manufacturing, constructions, trade and services, compared to the previous three months, as indicated by short-term balance of the National Statistics Institute (INS).
In the short term survey for June 2015 managers in the manufacturing field were expecting for the next three months a moderate growth of production volume (short term balance + 7%). Some activities will register growth trend, namely: manufacture of beverages (short term balance + 39%), followed by tobacco manufacturing (short term balance + 36%). For prices of industrial products relative stability is expected in the next three months (short term balance 0%). Regarding the number of employees is also estimated relative stability, short term balance of + 3% per total manufacturing.
In constructions there will be an increase of production volume (short term balance + 18%). Managers estimate moderate growth in the number of employees (short term balance + 9%) and stock of contracts and orders (short term balance + 12%), while in terms of prices relative stability is expected (short term balance + 2%).

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