Industrial Production in Eastern Europe, Table


Industrial Production in Eastern Europe, Table
▪ 1999

Table II. Industrial Production in Eastern Europe1
1990 = 100

Country 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 %2
Bulgaria   58   63   60   61   48 -22
Croatia   59   57   58   60   64    7
Czech Republic   68   70   76   77   81    5
Estonia   49   47   48   50   56  12
Hungary   77   84   88   91 101  11
Latvia   44   40   38   41   42    3
Poland 101 113 124 135 151  11
Romania   58   60   66   72   68  -6
Russia   65   51   49   47   48    2
Slovakia   70   74   80   82    
Slovenia   74   79   80   81    
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      1Former Soviet Union not available.

      2% change, latest year shown from previous year.

        Source: UN, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics.

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Table
Table II. Industrial Production in Eastern Europe1
1990 = 100
 
Country 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 %2
Bulgaria 65   58   63   60   59 -2
Croatia 62   59   57   58   60  3
Czech Republic 72   68   70   76   81  7
Estonia 60   49   47   48   49  2
Hungary 72   75   83   86   89  3
Latvia 65   44   40   38   39  3
Poland 95 101 113 124 134  8
Romania 58   58   60   66   72  9
Slovakia 73   70   74   80   82  2
Slovenia 76   74   79   80   81  1
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      1Former Soviet Union not available.

      2% change, latest year shown from previous year.

        Source: UN, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics.

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