MISSI

Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries : March 2010

Value of Production Index (VaPI) for total manufacturing reflected a slower average annual growth of 21.5 percent in March 2010, according to the preliminary results of the Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries (MISSI). This was accounted for by the three-digit growth in production value for petroleum products (144.2%) and two-digit growth in 10 major sectors. These sectors were basic metal, miscellaneous manufactures, transport equipment, leather products, wood and wood products, rubber and plastic products, machinery except electrical, electrical machinery, beverages and publishing and printing. Refer to Tables 1-A and 1.

Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries : May 2007

Value of Production drops in May 2007

Value of Production Index (VaPI) for the manufacturing industry slumped by 5.5 percent in May 2007 compared with the year-ago figure, according to the preliminary results of the Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries (MISSI). Eleven (11) major sectors reported decreases in production value, with two-digit year-on-year decreases in the following: textiles, machinery excluding electrical, leather products, basic metals, tobacco, miscellaneous manufactures and electrical machinery. Refer to Tables 1-A and 1 .

Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries : April 2008

Value of Production recovers in April 2008

Value of Production Index (VaPI) for the manufacturing industry expanded by 7.3 percent in April 2008 after contracting by 5.0 percent in March, according to the preliminary results of the Monthly Integrated Survey of Selected Industries (MISSI). Footwear and wearing apparel led April's overall expansion with a year-on-year growth of 45.0 percent. Other major sectors that posted double-digit increases in production value were the following: basic metals, leather products, beverages, wood and wood products, rubber and plastic products, food manufacturing, non-metallic mineral products, and tobacco products. Refer to Tables 1-A and 7.

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