The index of industrial production in January 2011. compared to January 2010. increased by 6.7%

I am particularly pleased that the largest increase occurred in manufacturing — by 13.5%.

Significant growth has occurred in the following types of products:

Cars — 2.3 times (total for January 99 700 pcs.)
Buses — 5 times (total for January approx. 1,400 pcs.)

Tires and tubes made of rubber — by 71.4%

Tractor-trailers and semi-trailers — by 66.3%
Electric Trunk — 50%

Equipment and facilities for filtering or purifying liquids — 41.6%
Machine tools (!) — 41% (Total for January produced 189 pieces)

Electric motors of an output not exceeding 37.5 W — 38%
Multi-phase AC electric motors of an output not exceeding 750 W — 25.9%

Particle board and similar — 33.6%
Fibreboard — 22.3%

Ceramic brick — by 29.8%
Cement — 30.3%
Blocks and small masonry units made of concrete — 57.5%

Plates, sheets, film, foil and strip (tape) Polymer — 31.3%
Pipes, tubes, hoses and fittings Polymer — 48.2%
Coatings floor, walls and ceiling Polymer — 25.4%
Windows and their frames, window sills Polymer — 35.4%

Steel pipes — by 30.5%
Gas turbines — 65.9%

Suits, jackets (jackets) and blazers, industrial and occupational — 29.4%
Cloaks — by 64.7%
Russia leather leather goods — by 79.1%
Suitcases, briefcases and handbags — by 42.9%

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