Indexes of Production, Mining and Mineral Commodities


Indexes of Production, Mining and Mineral Commodities
▪ 1999

Indexes of Production, Mining and Mineral Commodities
(1990 = 100)

  1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 
1st qtr.
     World 103.5 107.3 109.8 112.8 117.3 150.1 
     Developed market economies1 101.2 105.5 107.1 110.1 112.8 123.3 
        North America2 97.2 100.1 100.1 102.0 105.4 106.4 
        European Union3 101.7 108.3 111.2 113.3 111.7 126.4 
     Less-developed market economies4 105.3 108.6 111.8 114.9 120.8 170.6 
     World 91.5 91.0 92.2 92.0 92.9 98.4 
     Developed market economies1 88.6 87.2 87.9 86.6 86.2 86.1 
        North America2 91.4 99.7 100.1 101.7 105.1 109.1 
        European Union3 80.4 71.4 70.7 66.2 63.2 60.0 
     Less-developed market economies4 99.2 101.1 103.7 106.5 110.6 131.1 
Petroleum and natural gas
     World 107.2 111.1 113.3 116.6 119.5 163.5 
     Developed market economies1 106.0 112.2 114.2 119.5 123.1 141.0 
        North America2 97.5 99.4 98.3 100.5 103.9 107.1 
        European Union3 119.8 135.4 140.8 148.9 145.7 178.5 
     Less-developed market economies4 107.9 110.5 112.8 115.0 117.6 175.9 
Metals
     World 90.0 93.0 99.7 105.0 127.9 153.2 
     Developed market economies1 99.9 98.6 97.9 98.4 100.7 100.2 
        North America2 102.0 101.6 105.1 106.5 109.0 109.5 
        European Union3 76.3 78.2 79.1 72.7 70.6 75.1 
     Less-developed market economies4 80.3 87.6 101.5 111.5 154.5 204.9 
Manufacturing (total) 101.0 107.5 110.1 112.9 119.5 128.5 
See as table:
      1Includes North America (Canada and the United States), Europe, Australia
  Israel, Japan, New Zealand, and South Africa.

      2Canada and the United States.

      3Includes Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, 
  Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

      4Includes Caribbean nations, Central and South America, Africa (excluding South 
  Africa), Asia (excluding Israel and Japan), and Oceania (excluding Australia and New 
  Zealand).

        Source: UN, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics, August 1998.

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Table
Indexes of Production, Mining and Mineral Commodities
(1980 = 100)
 
  1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 
1st qtr.
     World1 101.2 103.0 106.7 108.6 111.3 ...
     Developed market economies2 107.5 108.3 113.7 116.0 119.5 125.0
        North America3 94.3 93.7 96.5 97.6 99.7 100.8
        European Union4 92.7 94.6 102.4 105.6 108.3 120.9
     Less-developed market economies5 96.8 99.4 101.9 103.6 105.7 ...
  Coal
     World1 96.4 91.9 91.3 93.4 94.1 ...
     Developed market economies2 89.1 83.4 82.0 82.3 81.7 80.4
        North America3 121.8 116.9 127.6 128.3 130.4 130.0
        European Union4 68.5 60.9 53.1 51.9 49.3 48.0
     Less-developed market economies5 226.2 242.1 256.0 291.5 313.0 ...
  Petroleum and natural gas
     World1 95.9 99.5 103.8 105.4 107.7 ...
     Developed market economies2 107.1 112.2 122.3 126.2 131.9 144.8
        North America3 80.6 81.4 83.0 82.9 84.7 86.1
        European Union4 113.8 125.2 146.7 152.8 161.1 193.6
     Less-developed market economies5 91.4 94.5 96.5 97.2 98.1 ...
  Metals
     World1 135.3 131.5 131.8 133.8 141.5 ...
     Developed market economies2 144.1 140.7 139.9 137.8 141.7 139.6
        North America3 145.8 138.5 135.6 142.7 146.1 145.3
        European Union4 77.8 68.2 72.8 76.4 75.4 65.7
     Less-developed market economies5 119.9 115.5 117.6 126.8 141.2 ...
Manufacturing (total) 125.8 125.7 133.0 139.2 143.9 ...
See as table:
      1Excluding Albania, China, former Czechoslovakia, North Korea, former U.S.S.R., 
  Vietnam, and former Yugoslavia.

      2Includes North America (Canada and the United States), Europe (excluding former 
  Czechoslovakia and the European countries of the former U.S.S.R.), Australia
  Israel, Japan, New Zealand, and South Africa.

      3Canada and the United States.

      4Includes Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, 
  Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

      5Includes Caribbean nations, Central and South America, Africa (excluding South 
  Africa), Asia (excluding China, North Korea, Israel, Japan, Vietnam, and Asian 
  countries of the former U.S.S.R.), and Oceania (excluding Australia and New 
  Zealand).

        Source: UN, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics, August 1997.

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