KEY ECONOMIC

INDICATORS
TABLE NO-1
GROWTH RATE OF GDP AT CONSTANT (2004-05) PRICES
(PERCENT)

Industry

2005-06

I. Agriculture
II. Industry
mining & quarrying
manufacturing
electricity, gas & water supply
construction
III. Services

5.1
9.7

2008-09

2009-10
(QE)

2010-11
(RE)

5.8
9.7

-0.1
4.4

0.4
8.0

6.6
7.9

2006-07 2007-08
4.2
12.2

1.3

7.5

3.7

1.3

6.9

5.8

10.1

14.3

10.3

4.2

8.8

8.3

7.1

9.3

8.3

4.9

6.4

5.7

12.8
11.0

10.3
10.1

10.7
10.3

5.4
10.1

7.0
10.1

8.1
9.4

GDP at factor cost
9.5
Source: Central Statistical Organisation

9.6

9.3

6.8

8.0

8.5

TABLE NO - 2
PERCENTAGE SHARE OF GDP AT CONSTANT (2004-05) PRICES
(PERCENT)

Industry
I. Agriculture
II. Industry
mining & quarrying
manufacturing

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
18.3
28.0

17.4
28.6

16.8
28.7

15.7
28.1

2009-10 2010-11
(QE)
(RE)
14.6
28.1

14.4
27.9

2.6

2.6

2.5

2.3

2.3

2.3

15.3

16.0

16.1

15.8

15.9

15.8

2.1

2.0

2.0

2.0

1.9

8.0
54.0

8.1
54.5

8.0
56.2

7.9
57.3

7.9
57.7

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

electricity, gas & water supply
2.1
construction
7.9
III. Services
53.8
GDP at factor cost
100.0
Source: Central Statistical Organisation

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TABLE NO -3

QUARTERLY GROWTH SECTORAL GDP (AT CONSTANT 2004-05 PRICES)
(Percent)
2009-10
Q2
Q3

Q1
GDP at Factor
cost

2010-11
Q4

Q1

Q2

2011-12

Q3

Q1
1226339

Q4

1045861 1058777 1166082 1222573 1138286 1153270 1263428 1317554
Share of major sectors

Agriculture
Industry
Manufacturing
Services

15.0
28.6
15.9
56.4

11.8
28.7
16.2
59.5

17.3
27.1
15.5
55.6

14.2
28.3
16.2
57.5
Growth

14.1
28.7
16.1
57.2

11.4
28.5
16.4
60.1

17.5
26.8
15.2
55.6

14.2
27.9
15.9
58.0

13.6
28.0
16.0
58.4

GDP FC
Agriculture
Industry
Manufacturing
Services

6.3
1.8
5.0
4.3
8.2

8.6
1.2
5.9
6.1
11.7

7.3
-1.6
9.5
11.4
9.4

9.4
1.1
12.4
15.2
10.2

8.8
2.4
9.1
10.6
10.4

8.9
5.4
8.4
10.0
9.9

8.3
9.9
7.1
6.0
8.4

7.8
7.5
6.1
5.5
8.7

7.7
3.9
5.1
7.2
10.0

Source: Central Statistical Organisation

TABLE NO. -4

QUARTERLY GROWTH OF GDP

Q1
GDP at
market
prices
Private
Consumption
Public
Consumption
GFCF
Exports
Imports
GDP
Private
Consumption

1111659

2009-10
Q2
Q3

DEMAND SIDE (AT CONSTANT 2004-05 PRICES)
(Percent)
Q4

Q1

2010-11
Q2
Q3

2011-12
Q1
1315395

Q4

1,137,985 1,255,039 1,363,974 1212620 1,241,331 1,370,189 1,469,338
Share of major Components
60.5

61.8

60.2

60.5

52.4

61.7

60.1

60.1

52.6
10.4

11.3
30.4
21.1
27.4

11.2
31.9
20.8
28.1

13.1
30.9
19.2
28.0

11.1
31.4
21.2
28.9

10.9
32.7
21.1
28.7

12.2
30.5
21.9
25.7

10.5
32.1
23.1
27.0

9.2

10.8
34.5
19.9
26.4
Growth
12.6

6.4

7.6

9.1

9.1

9.2

7.7

6.6

8.5

7.0

6.6

9.5

8.9

8.6

8.0

2

31.2
24.3
33.0
8.5
6.3

Public
Consumption
GFCF
Exports
Imports

2.1
21.3
8.7
-11.7
-8.19

37.5
0.3
-14.1
-15.95

9.6
8.7
-4.3
1.34

6.2
19.2
9.5
19.58

6.7
9.1
11.1
9.8

6.4
11.9
10.7
11.6

1.9
7.8
24.8
0.4

4.9
0.4
25.0
10.3

Source: Central Statistical Organisation
TABLE NO. -5

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

Rice
Wheat
Coarse
Cereals
Cereals
Tur
Gram
Urad
Moong
Total Pulses

2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
Food grain Production (in million tonnes)
Kharif
80.17
82.66
84.91
Total
93.35
96.69
99.18
Rabi
75.81
78.57
80.68

2009-10

2010-11

75.92
89.09
80.8

80.38
94.11
84.27

Kharif
Total
Kharif
Total
Kharif
Rabi
Kharif
Total
Kharif
Total
Kharif
Total

23.83
33.55
99.75
203.45
2.46
7.48
0.81
1.23
0.44
0.69
4.2
14.66

30.98
40.21
111.36
218.59
3.15
7.38
1.4
1.82
1.21
1.37
7.03
17.29

25.61
33.92
105.78
203.08
2.31
6.33
0.94
1.44
0.84
1.12
4.8
14.2

31.89
40.76
114.55
216.02
3.08
5.75
1.12
1.46
1.25
1.52
6.4
14.76

Total
Foodgrains

28.54
40.03
113.45
219.9
2.27
7.06
0.84
1.17
0.78
1.04
4.69
14.57

Kharif
110.57
120.95
118.14
103.95
118.39
Total
217.28
230.78
234.47
218.11
235.88
Production of Oilseeds and other commercial crops (in lakh tonnes)/lakh bales
Groundnut
Kharif
32.94
73.62
56.17
38.52
54.24
Rabi
15.69
18.2
15.51
15.76
16.63
Total
48.64
91.82
71.68
54.29
70.87
Castorseed
Kharif
7.62
10.53
11.71
10.09
13.07
Sesamum
Kharif
6.18
7.57
6.4
5.88
7.77
Nigerseed
Kharif
1.21
1.1
1.17
1
1.2
Rapeseed &
Mustard
Rabi
74.38
58.34
72.01
66.08
74.17
Linseed
Rabi
1.68
1.63
1.69
1.54
1.43
Safflower
Rabi
2.4
2.25
1.89
1.79
1.47
Sunflower
Kharif
3.66
4.63
3.57
2.14
2.14
Rabi
8.62
10
8.01
6.36
4.51
Total
12.28
14.63
11.58
8.51
6.65
Soyabean
Kharif
88.51
109.68
99.05
99.65
125.89
Total Nine
Oilseeds
Total
242.89
297.55
277.19
248.82
302.51
3

7.9
24.3
23.6

-6 EMPLOYMENT & UNEMPLOYMENT INDICATORS PER 1000 PERSONS Male Labour Force Participation Rate Worker Population Ratio Proportion Unemployed Unemployment Rate Labour Force Participation Rate Worker Population Ratio Proportion Unemployed Unemployment Rate 548 RURAL URBAN Female Person Male Female Person USUAL PRINCIPAL STATUS 208 382 556 128 352 RURAL+ URBAN Male Female Person 550 186 374 537 202 374 539 119 339 538 180 365 11 5 8 17 9 13 12 6 9 19 24 21 30 70 37 22 USUAL STATUS (PS +SS) 414 559 146 362 557 233 400 33 25 556 265 547 261 408 543 138 350 546 228 392 9 4 7 16 8 12 11 5 8 16 16 16 28 57 34 20 23 20 Labour Force Participation Rate Worker Population Ratio Proportion Unemployed Unemployment Rate 548 CURRENT WEEKLY STATUS 231 394 556 141 358 550 207 384 531 223 381 536 130 343 532 198 370 17 8 13 20 10 15 18 9 14 32 37 33 36 72 42 33 43 36 Labour Force Participation Rate Worker Population Ratio Proportion Unemployed 536 197 CURRENT DAILY STATUS 371 550 129 350 540 179 365 501 182 346 522 117 329 507 164 341 35 16 25 28 12 20 33 15 24 4 .35 339.84 222.17 102.31 5.73 112.76 239.65 118.91 Mesta # # Total 9.87 5.Cotton # Total 226.34 112.17 104.32 258.29 2923.56 9.83 Sugarcane (Cane) Total 3555.11 103.45 # Lakh bales of 170 kgs.92 Jute & Mesta ## Total 112.21 96.2 3481. each Source : Directorate of Economics and Statistics. Department of Agriculture & Co-operation TABLE NO.27 Jute # # Total 103. each # # Lakh bales of 180 kgs.3 98.88 2850.9 7.02 3405.

0 2.374 10.4 8. real estate & business services Community.837 1.42.9 RATIO OF SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT TO GDP In percent at current market prices 5 1.17.04.08.89.83.83.445 72.223 2005-06 89.374 59.75. -7 ALL INDIA RURAL & URBAN UNEMPLOYMENT RATES ESTIMATES MALE 1.2 4.9 RURAL FEMALE 2.142 4.363 1.3 3.08.381 1. hotels & restaurants Transport.778 6.453 1.27.525 1.25.2 3.340 1.87.Unemployment 64 80 68 51 91 58 61 82 66 Rate Source : Nsso report(66th round) Employment and Unemployment Situation in India.356 1.928 19.843 67.322 3.7 RURAL+URBAN MALE FEMALE M+F 2.6 7.492 44.32.989 2.8 5.792 2006-07 99.647 1.79.00.607 1.416 2007-08 1.054 41. forestry and fishing Mining & quarrying Manufacturing 3.05.394 94.412 4.732 1.3 2.31.585 1.803 2.1 9.599 67.22.984 98. gas & water supply Construction Trade.8 6.08.63.38.0 URBAN FEMALE 7.113 41.610 1.71.0 M+F 3.749 1.659 1.64.3 3.0 (Adj) Current 3.83.392 49.13.44.771 3.8 5.930 2.23.803 23.2 unregistered Electricity.4 2.6 Weekly Status Current Daily 6.2009-10 TABLE NO. social & personal services Valuables Gross capital formation by type of assets adjusted 2004-05 76.27.3 4.1 5.45.941 4.290 83. storage & communication Financing.1 8.213 1.891 15.989 1.143 5.5 Usual Principal Status Usual Status 1.49.54.874 3.3 2.996 64.44.19.6 1.20.614 83.85.107 Source: Central Statistical Organisation TABLE NO.096 37.437 1.0 6.90.568 19.86.871 6.2 3.335 1.1 Registered 3.474 78. crore) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Industry Agriculture.533 53.8 GROSS CAPITAL FORMATION at constant (2004-05) prices (Rs.7 3.4 M+F 2.015 1.213 .26.241 2008-09@ 1.901 80.709 53.40.6 Status Source: NSSO Report Employment and Unemployment Situation in India.650 1.213 71.31.136 1.952 54.6 1.14.743 4.2 6.03.56.300 54.716 5.01.323 3. insurance.04.2 3.88.041 12.1 MALE 3.843 5.76.110 1.517 2.6 2.826 1.45.52.7 3.839 3.994 2009-10* 67. 2009-10 TABLE NO.582 2.62.592 72.80.006 96.

1 8.3 13.2 11.3 26.7 -0.7 35.5 2006-07 34.7 -2.11 12.5 11.6 11.2 8.8 3.6 13.3 2.9 4.2 13.4 28.4 31.38 5.9 31.3 11.33 2.7 38.53 6.7 30.5 1.9 7.8 9.903 4.9 25.39 200607 8.13 7.9 2007-08 36.39 2.5 Source: Office of the Economic Adviser 6 Jul-10 Jul-11 5.9 13.9 2009-10* 32.5 11.708 200506 3.216 1.0 2.8 33.06 6.3 -2.1 13.6 11.9 -0.1 17.684 2.9 28.91 5.7 -0.55 -5.93 1.8 13.2 13.379 5.3 9.79 1.52 -7.8 10.87 6.0 1.5 13.59 201011 5.9 10.0 7.4 1.1 32.12 12.4 7.3 10.25 1.5 11.4 -8.7 4.92 6.05 10.1 -1.7 30.2 3.0 8.55 44.3 11.1 34.7 7.12 0.4 1.939 1.5 31.4 2008-09@ 32.5 11.8 10.99 -3.2 11.74 -0.2 9.1 7.6 10.2 0.1 Source: Central Statistical Organisation TABLE NO -10 PERFORMANCE OF CORE INDUSTRIES (GROWTH IN%) Sector Overall Index Coal Crude Oil Natural Gas Refinery Products Fertilizers Steel Cement Electricity Weight 37.64 8.87 3.3 -2.2 4.01 -1.6 3.75 8.33 200910 6.29 6.406 10.2 -1.3 3.22 6.2 24.1 23.0 .5 2.4 14.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Industry Gross Domestic saving Public sector Private sector Household sector Financial saving Saving in physical assets Private Corporate sector Gross Capital Formation (Investment) Public sector Private sector Corporate sector Household sector Gross Fixed Capital Formation Stocks Valuables Saving-investment Gap 2004-05 32.25 2.5 15.3 -0.4 2.4 23.5 36.9 22.7 10.62 7.7 2.3 1.02 12.6 23.8 34.0 1.9 5.94 7.0 0.6 31.11 200809 2.9 -1.80 8.81 9.42 200708 5.5 5.6 15.0 23.0 23.6 2005-06 33.4 6.3 30.254 6.5 10.5 24.55 -1.8 32.7 8.9 11.7 2.8 11.14 0.69 6.1 31.45 12.1 -1.8 1.27 0.8 20.0 5.5 7.9 4.17 3.7 23.8 2.316 2.0 31.35 5.

1 7.8 5.9 15.4 5.5 4.5 5.2 7.5 11.3 8.3 8.2 13.5 15.6 12.7 14.3 13.2 7.5 7.3 6.1 8.0 18.0 7.6 1.0 5.6 2.0 4.3 16.5 8.3 2010-11 7 .3 15.1 7.8 1.8 5.6 -2.6 8.4 6.7 5.6 0.2 3.TABLE NO 11 GROWTH RATES OF INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION.6 9.7 -1.3 5.6 10.5 4.5 13.6 7.9 5.4 2.1 3.2 11.3 8.1 3.3 2.3 -1.3 1.5 2.9 7.BROAD SECTORS (BASE 2004-05) (year on year percent) 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Apr May Jun July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Mining & Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity Overall 2.6 7.9 -1.0 1.7 6.6 4.5 6.9 5.2 14.9 -4.2 10.3 9.1 2009-10 -3.9 10.2 4.6 2.3 0.

2 -0.2 7.4 8.1 7.Apr May June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March 9.1 1.7 June 7.4 -15.3 Sep 2.6 -2.0 10.7 Aug 4.5 2009-10 4.5 3.8 8.7 8.3 6 .9 12.9 6.0 -2.7 1.1 -14.3 5.4 6.3 6.2 2009-10 Apr 1.3 TABLE NO.0 6.6 6.2 -23.9 23.5 11.5 6.9 1.7 5.5 6.8 2.2 -2.9 4.0 0.2 8.5 7.9 2007-08 8.62 10.12 18.7 9.9 48.6 -1.2 7.7 6.3 0.06 6.4 8.0 2005-06 6.8 July Source: Central Statistical Organisation 5.9 10.72 16.2 13.7 -1.9 4.1 10.9 1.6 8 .0 12.8 7.0 7.9 8.62 2006-07 8.6 -9.5 2008-09 1.5 8.1 25.4 5.6 Apr 1.8 4.9 8.2 15.5 16.7 8.0 1.57 8.9 7.3 6.6 33.5 6.3 26.3 11.4 5.9 10.5 7.0 June 2.9 5.1 3.8 4.0 7.7 1.9 8.7 11.1 3.3 7.1 6.7 1.17 8.2 0.2 9.3 13.4 5.1 -0.6 6.3 12.0 6.0 2.0 7.8 July 3.1 11.3 May -1.4 0.4 9.9 -1.8 4.7 6.5 28.5 6.0 1.3 0.7 17.1 8.4 5. 12 GROWTH RATES OF INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION.USE BASED CATEGORIES (year on year percent) Basic Consumer Good Capital Intermediat Consumer Consume NonPERIOD s Goods e Goods goods (total) r Durable durable Overall WEIGHT> 35.3 12.6 1.3 100.9 May 1.4 14.6 -1.4 23.9 11.7 1.1 3.4 2011-12 1.8 -1.1 10.0 15.5 9.8 -1.6 9.3 17.7 -1.8 7.3 14.3 2010-11 6.4 8.3 -7.9 -4.1 -5.8 -1.7 5.

3 -8.8 2.2 9.7 12.Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar 3.5 6.2 5.4 Apr May June July 7.9 0.6 7.3 7.9 4.2 21.6 12.8 -5.8 4.7 20.7 14.6 -1.6 16.9 6.8 3.3 3.6 19 Luggage.64 7.1 1.8 Publishing.7 21.7 40.78 8.8 15.3 14.51 18.2 14.5 9.7 5.8 12.4 0.5 11.1 -2.3 -10.6 8.3 2.7 6.1 4.0 2010-11 3.6 6.1 5.9 -4.82 20.9 8.7 9.7 3.3 6.0 25.6 7.3 30.2 14.4 4.4 13.5 18.3 11.5 -0.0 11.5 12.7 8.4 8.3 -5.8 6.3 6.4 13.2 1.4 5.1 6.7 2.7 9.0 9.8 14.1 3.9 13.9 12.2 1.0 -9.2 2.5 5.7 5.7 7.6 5.7 6.1 11.4 6. handbags etc.0 6.4 28.3 8.0 0.6 9.0 0.1 3.1 8.99 4.0 -2.3 5.7 -3.6 9.9 4.7 14.1 6.0 9.0 6.7 16 Tobacco products 15.5 -5.5 10.1 14.3 9.2 7.8 1. printing & 22 reproduction of recorded 10.6 -5.8 3. 13 GROWTH RATES OF INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION.0 12.3 18 Wearing apparel 27.0 0.6 4.2 13.7 Weight 9 .9 13.2 0.1 38.4 9.8 3.3 6.5 8.1 7.2 6.0 8.0 8.4 -8.7 4.8 8.7 7.9 3.4 17 Textiles 61.3 0.2 14.4 200607 200708 200809 200910 201011 72.9 7.3 6.4 -0.9 Apr May June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar 6.4 35.0 13.5 8.9 3.3 8.2 1.8 5.1 18.3 13.3 2011-12 Source: Central Statistical Organisation TABLE NO.MANUFACTURING SUBGROUPS (year on year percent) Industry Code Description Food products & 15 beverages AprilJuly 2011July'11 12 14.6 6.1 5.5 6.2 -1.2 23.4 2. 5.6 7.7 11.82 14.4 1.4 4.6 6.2 3.4 20 Wood & wood products 10.4 13.3 7.5 4.3 5.4 48.2 7.9 1.2 1.0 14.1 -4.8 4.6 8.9 9.0 17.4 14.5 46.4 3.4 6.2 -15.4 -4.7 2.7 4.5 15.5 7.3 39.8 7.0 4.3 0.5 6.7 4.6 -3.8 -1.4 6.1 21 Paper & Paper products 9.7 5.9 11.8 5.6 -6.8 5.8 7.2 10.76 15.5 57.1 7.8 8.7 1.5 13.

3 12.8 30.8 143.3 -0.0 12.91 120. Machinery and 29 equipment n.9 5.5 36 Furniture Source: Central Statistical Organisation TABLE NO 14 WHOLESALE PRICE INDEX AND INFLATION (year on year percent) Commodity Weight 200607 200708 200809 200910 201011 Apr II FUEL & POWER MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS Jun Jul Aug Monthly 2011-12 Financial year average ALL COMMODITIES I PRIMARY ARTICLES May 100.7 3.8 11.0 27 Basic metals 113.14 10.1 154.9 20.8 194.3 2.1 6.8 17.59 9. refined petroleum 23 products & nuclear fuel Chemcals and chemical 24 products Rubber and plastic 25 products 67. 40.9 18.3 9.12 114.3 159.00 111.97 108.3 11.4 10.85 20.5 13.4 153.8 -46.0 132.2 -2.2 100.5 -15.0 -9.8 154.8 4.7 2.5 17.5 2.6 167.3 7.6 126.e.5 38.89 5.97 -3.3 152.5 -4.9 1. TV and communication 32 equipment Medical.3 -13.25 15.7 183.9 -3.2 -1.4 116.1 37.8 6.4 137.1 130.3 7.9 3.4 42.0 29.3 8.3 Other non-metallic 26 mineral products 43.5 2.9 6.0 64.9 16.c.4 161.8 -12.6 3.2 113.3 20.6 14.0 1.0 130.9 182.1 17.6 4.5 160.4 120.2 -7.67 9.64 25.1 10.9 6.2 3.8 7.4 196.3 17.9 0.25 6.9 137.9 199.3 -2.8 -6.9 137.1 148.c. precision & optical instruments.7 29.0 135.0 7.media 2.5 5.1 152.3 -1.3 123.9 1.1 14.0 1.6 Office.1 136.2 20.0 19.9 27.3 7.8 29. 30.9 93.7 138.3 18.05 7.6 137.1 -7.7 10.8 11.e.5 Coke.7 23.9 197.4 7. accounting & 30 computing machinery Electrical machinery & 31 appartus Radio.4 14.3 3.3 -1.6 15.7 6.9 9.3 31.7 -1.7 22.3 10 .1 -2.63 19.1 28 Fabricated metal Pro.9 195.6 -8.watches and 33 clocks 3.15 11.6 165.8 9.5 154.5 18. trailers Other transport 35 equipment n.9 121.4 123.0 154.8 18.35 14.0 8.7 34 Motor vehicles.

3 12.2 861.2 Total Food 23.37 2.7 138.05 3.71 5.5 142.60 112.9 11.8 6.8 136.0 175.7 Total Basic Goods 26.5 11.04 12.8 6.6 4.6 171.81 9.4 9.7 176.Total Consumer Non Durable Total Consumer Durable 36.66 15.8 6.4 8. PUBLIC FINANCE 15 SOME IMPORTANT PARAMETERS (Rs.1 7.64 1.5 129.6 Total Capital Goods CPI -IW Inflation (year on year) % ALL COMMODITIES I PRIMARY ARTICLES II FUEL & POWER MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS Total Consumer Non Durable Total Consumer Durable 100.6 124.5 8.1 12.6 2.5 126.74 8.8 9.7 9.33 3.22 6.1 8.8 614.55 8.5 141.0 8.8 Total Basic Goods 26.7 7.1 170.85 106.58 107.17 6.6 10.8 14.5 9.8 875.2 2.4 150.06 8.1 12.21 10.5 CND less primary food 22.0 12.6 8. in crore) 200607 200809 200708 11 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 (RE) (BE) 9.7 123.59 4.7 133.1 9.6 Total Food 23.6 753.03 -2.6 670.8 9.51 9.4 159.2 137.0 156.4 8.1 115.6 15.1 129.0 8.9 9.5 3.0 156.3 129.9 11.7 12.8 9.71 1.1 893.44 4.2 9.3 107.4 Total Capital Goods CPI -IW Source : Office of the Economic Adviser TABLE NO.62 14.3 8.7 121.6 9.2 129.16 2.9 7.1 9.5 15.78 4.2 110.6 8.2 173.66 4.2 9.33 11.7 8.0 8.6 4.6 135.5 142.6 147.61 8.3 157.3 122.3 8.8 12.03 11.0 8.78 6.0 12.1 6.8 9.0 142.46 0.95 2.5 7.3 CND less primary food 22.0 139.66 4.00 112.2 9.11 13.3 12.5 832.3 578.4 7.53 5.48 8.42 7.7 116.9 6.6 8.57 -2.0 157.2 8.1 121.1 153.14 8.0 140.0 131.2 118.4 9.2 9.7 20.2 136.2 9.5 112.8 8.0 6.4 155.0 65.09 9.39 10.67 115.1 129.3 13.8 Total Intermediates 21.28 7.0 109.4 152.5 154.1 143.4 128.8 8.13 5.7 6.8 36.1 14.1 156.03 5.2 3.0 121.7 162.8 2.3 11.0 6.2 865.1 116.5 153.8 116.3 161.4 138.68 6.8 Total Intermediates 21.4 .7 9.92 6.8 7.9 121.9 6.4 10.9 131.8 129.01 3.56 110.0 5.3 164.0 123.8 154.47 15.8 13.6 152.

552 816.1 TABLE NO.925 726.567 80.5 6.5 Source : Department of Economic Affairs 7.0 12.216.024 441.558 41.0 7.1 Fiscal Deficit 3.442 31.1 10.697 63.992 418.892 932. .864 540.257.7 9.298 572.0 11.798 911.7 8.461 49.Revenue Receipt Gross Tax Revenue Tax Revenue Net to Centre Non Tax Revenue Non Plan Expenditure Revenue Expenditure Capital Expenditure Plan Expenditure Revenue Expenditure Capital Expenditure Total Expenditure Revenue Expenditure Capital Expenditure Revenue Deficit Fiscal Deficit 434.259 473.572 234.9 2.507 68.589 608.2 2.4 7.0 10.0 4.0 1.9 9.4 5.8 14.096 821.9 4.435 413.418 173.336 86.576 1.096 77.6 .677 1.148 125.685 664.457 83.4 9.7 Plan Expenditure 4.671 883.082 275.9 1.536 563.6 2.833 786.0 0.803 82.238 90.811 624.9 Capital Expenditure 1.222 52.2 0.0 11.182 439.928 363.205 102.510 40.1 Non Plan Expenditure 9.2 0.604 27.2 5.16 FDI/FII INFLOWS FDI INFLOWS (In US$ mn) 2005-06 789.182 372.3 Revenue Expenditure 12.0 1.387 712.3 2.1 8.2 8.609 594.956 1.998 412.0 4.573 126.8 9.4 1.547 443.721 721.0 0.387 541.6 Total Expenditure 13.270 142.9 1.4 Revenue Deficit 1.053.943 583.6 4.1 Revenue Expenditure 3.2 1.5 10.6 13.1 3.778 118.0 1.9 15.7 8.926 12 7.527 507.2 Revenue Expenditure 8.4 4.6 14.4 2.912 336.4 13.024.6 3.158 112.860 205.171 94.844 307.809 1.6 10.4 9.097.433 793.861 559.9 4.2 6.8 Non Tax Revenue 1.317 96.0 4.7 15.9 10.678 162.9 4.4 Revenue Receipt Gross Tax Revenue Tax Revenue Net to Centre 8.8 3.884 326.8 10.440 8961 Net FII inflows in US $ million Cumulative flow (RBI) 9.9 1.275 220.9 14.2 1.527 783.4 Capital Expenditure 1.569 253.482 400.539 338.5 Capital Expenditure 0.8 11.6 0.817 Fiscal parameters as percent of GDP 10.024 657.319 456.624 169.7 10.8 11.9 8.749 733.191 420.899 160.147 605.9 10.487 1.8 15.547 142.888 351.998 269.3 3.729 514.7 5.235 303.1 0.512 593.728 49.940 116.0 10.2 1.162 68.9 0.391 395.774 253.9 4.

017 29.005 12.095 2.887 11.339 4.399 19.039 17.025 16.717 1.042 1.772 7.067 17.225 20.905 10. Source : RBI TABLE NO.081 18.355 19.700 1.328 (-)15.641 22.047 29. 17 SECTOR-WISE FDI INFLOWS 13 .542 2.512 2.400 25.422 2009-10 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 2. while monthly flows are of Equity flows.555 15.683 24.179 4.332 1.427 3159 -491 871 8750 -440 10449 28630 -19921 -1551 1575 -1600 -9 2010-11 April-10 May-10 June-10 July-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 2179 2213 1380 1785 1330 2118 1392 1628 2014 1042 1274 1075 2011-12 Apr-11 3121 3121 3440 May-11 7785 4664 -1709 June-11 13441 5656 741 Annual FDI flows include Reinvested Earnings.434 6.397 14.471 3.381 13.174 1.2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 22826 34835 37838 37763 30380 3.557 8.392 5.209 2.339 2.476 3.609 2245 5639 343 2067 -29 4999 2922 893 1439 3093 230 5206 2.099 20.

2 64107.1 1362.8 77855.3 1176.6 1079.9 7767.3 80.9 1441.2 2554.0 26142.3 144.8 704.8 2140.0 497.4 216.3 24575.3 1011.5 582.7 674.6 657.5 348.0 0.6 392.3 19484.1 2515. 0 14341.3 10094.1 8857.0 27330.6 6.3 85. Plastic & Petroleum Products (including oil exploration) Non Metallic Minerals Metals and Metal Products Machinery and Equipments Transport Equipments Others Manufacturing Mining (including mining services) Power Telecommunication Total Services Others Total 19912007200920102002 2002-07 08 11 2008-09 10 total 972.0 814.2 51.1 186.4 1467.5 16047.7 877.4 7.7 223.6 3726.9 143.0 16. 4 13080.0 0.7 2645.2 4453.1 327.2 0.7 11559.6 14.0 1658.8 734.1 1151.8 3092.1 3.0 140. 4 0.8 1885.8 398.1 1488.7 157.8 1184.3 20.2 3546.0 1935.5 112.4 2032. 4 7804.7 150.8 464.1 121.6 4420.1 249.6 504.9 960.4 1130.2 1261.8 57.1 2558.9 406.9 25834.6 3183.1 270.9 5.7 19668.(US $ million) Food products Fermentation Industries Textiles Wood Products Paper Leather Chemicals Rubber.2 6854.1 515.0 548.7 1104. 5 13826.7 1566.2 296.8 1934.4 1810.1 2834.5 85.2 7.0 10748.3 992.2 0.6 146537.1 4574.9 851.4 55.1 2186.0 5927.2 242.4 104.7 14926.0 342.4 11.4 431.2 45.4 1070.3 2528.7 139.3 310.5 34.7 1176.4 980.9 458.2 944.0 84.8 1.9 6666.5 1505. 9 0.6 139. 6 Source : DIPP 14 14250.3 .3 327.6 11678.0 11493.7 0.1 611.6 23106.2 43.9 1200.4 174.0 9.

102 2.647 25.722 34.605 26.973 50.731 Source : DIPP 15 .110 785 1.473 8.139 8.289 11.290 16.522.862 5.037 6.230 4.008 5.948 364.800 42.368 56.060 101.264 109 209 148 266 106 106 161 17.637 19.707 48.566 3.842 95.888 8.200 26.091 1.432 23.869 5.635 53.743 73.403 1.318 391.225 61.649 5.191 2.520 15.661 56.956 588.314 24.651 101.276 125.756 27.227 375.015 267.053 21.285 503.805 955.340 165.193 10. Crore) 2004 Food and Food Products Fermentation industries Textiles and Apparels Wood & Wood products Paper & Paper products Leather & Leather products Chemicals & Chemical Products Rubber & Rubber products Cement & Building Materials Metals Machinery Transport and auto equipments Others Fuel Total 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 16.TABLE NO.730 144. 18 Yearwise/Schedule Industry-wise distribution investment indicated in Industrial Entreprenuers Memoranda ( in Rs.128 180.848 1.742 254.500 1.906 87.867 2.039.243 2.978 556.663 2.550 827.669 69.048 12.730 9.688 11.924 15.054 40.069 353.199 4.406 76.695 25.566 14 163 - 105 622 96 122 1.098 62.001 42.050 2.425 87.776 28.583 207.845 10.566 1.819 8.059 10.958 80.841 6.325 22.118 5.171 8.731.352 155.782 35.350 45.

26 45.00 (in percent) AugApril-10 11 6.50 16 Dec-08 Jan-09 5.00 5.50 5.50 7.50 7.TABLE NO.75 6.49 May10 45.00 6.44.57 Sep-10 46.50 6.77 Source : RBI TABLE NO.50 Aug.25 6.00 Nov.11 -5.416 Aug.91 -4.17 -2.33 -3. 20 MONETARY INDICATORS Cash Reserve Ratio Bank Rate Repo rate 2006-07 2007-08 6.81 Jun-10 46.00 8.99 14.99 -3.368 May.45.00 6 9.88 -11.92 -1.41 3.68 -5. 19 Nominal Exchange rate of Rupee per USD 200809 200910 201011 US Dollar Y-O-Y (%) 45.84 Aug10 46.15 -1.62 -2.12 2011-12 Apr-11 44.279 11 -0.00 6.00 6 6.44.53 -3.11 47.02 Dec10 45.41 Nov10 45.50 5.00 Mar10 5.38 -3.44 Mar-11 44.00 6.25 . 2008 5.96 -3.06 Oct-10 44.4 Jan-11 Feb-11 45.16 45.57 Jul-10 46.00 5. 2008 9.852 11 Jul-11 44.905 11 June.57 2010-11 Apr-10 44.94 -3.24 -1.29 -1.66 -4.

75 * 0.00 7.6 3874376 21.9 3196299 17.99 May-10 50592 -13.2 2010-11 Apr-10 54273 10.42 3374996 19.00 3.15 9.59 3509255 22.75 7.16 Oct-10 50683 27.75 12.76 Aug-10 47285 -3.00 4.0 2008-09 46211 4.08 Nov-10 59125 39.crore (YoY) SCBs non-food credit Rs.20 * RBI discontinued the PLR and started base rates from July.50 12.Reverse Repo rate Prime Lending Rate Call Money rate 6.29 July-10 51427 5.75 6.33 3747724 23.90 6.2512.002.75 7.19 3328572 20.78 3699424 26.57 3874376 21.80 3300483 21.71 21.08 Mar-11 64283 32.50 3.07 Feb-11 65292 36.10 SOURCE: RBI TABLE NO.6 2317515 23.1 2729338 17.00 5.25 1112 11-12 10.57 3886756 21.07 1466387 39.60 Apr -2011 May 2011 52248 70609 17 .8 2009-10 48489 4.73 3870815 39.1 2010-11 64283 32.30 4.38 2011-12 -3.95 Jun-10 53710 -4.crore % (YoY) 2005-06 40691 -2.41 Dec-10 65948 45.40 Jan-11 61182 39.2512.50-4.91 Sep-10 50232 18.32 3676495 23.3 1884668 28.50-4.511.93 3196469 18.82 3180322 17.21 FOOD AND NON-FOOD CREDIT OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS Year SCBs food credit % Rs.72 3306692 19.152.01 3475982 22.5 2007-08 44399 -4.6 2006-07 46521 14.

9.1 2.5 20.2 Food Processing 55476 2.0 Jul 29.3 -14.6 13.6 74.9 29.9 12.7 93008 13.8 24. Plastic & their Products 13517 2.2 24.4.11 Glass & Glassware 2.5 16.4 38.1 2.6 26. 2009 Jul 29.9.4.1 31627 24.3 144832 16.2 13. 2009 2.3 2.3 Beverage & Tobacco 2.3 15.1 23.9 53124 8.5 11.6 .0 23333 30.5 35.3 25920 13292 2289 45821 18. 2010 18084 65677 19255 10380 1995 34046 10969 121374 61228 1380 11671 47096 6232 4371 19074 78579 85713 13847 35980 10046 25840 15617 4831 24722 162929 127464 35465 18 Jul 30.2.4 18.26.13 Basic Metal & Metal Product 2. 2010 / Jul 31.2 2.1 74689 1379 10529 58235 13.2 Other Metal & Metal Product 14623 9445 6302 4335 57546 4050 21444 136320 105653 30667 Mar.6 23.13.4 Cotton Textiles Jute Textiles Man-Made Textiles Other Textiles 53072 1382 6999 43937 2. 2010 19023 69122 19102 11039 2022 36959 10194 122645 60274 1258 12201 48912 6509 4804 20088 62308 83339 9592 36508 11987 25252 17652 5152 26766 172477 137496 34981 Mar.2 2.3 2.7 36.8 170194 53719 30.2.20 Source: RBI TABLE NO.6 6679 42513 13513 30302 -30.7 17.12 Cement & Cement Products 2.4.4 23.9.6 Wood & Wood Products 2. Coal Products & Nuclear Fuels 2.1 2.7 15499 2.13.10 Rubber.4 Textiles 105390 2.14 3934153 19.5 Leather & Leather Products 2.4 -7.6 22875 29.9 -9.3 19.1 43. 2010 27194 30.9 5986 10.22 SECTORAL DEPLOYMENT OF BANK CREDIT Sr.8 Paper & Paper Products Petroleum.2 -30.1 Iron & Steel 2.6 32. 2011 22857 84931 25080 13371 2368 44113 12073 144738 74143 1572 10810 58214 7116 5396 21143 57567 94527 10538 41572 12374 30043 21923 5390 28557 209894 163189 46705 Jul 30.9.9 Chemicals & Chemical Products 73417 2.2.8 18.2.2 2.4 Sugar Edible Oils & Vanaspati Tea Others 16124 8119 2178 29055 2.1 7541 3.0 20.Jun -2011 77954 45.2 5259 27.7 11. Coal) 2.3 -13.5 29.2 223913 26. 2011 / Jul 30.2 2.2 27.25.4.No Industry Jul 31.0 13179 7.1 53.4 Fertiliser Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Petro Chemicals Others 13740 29552 8633 21493 2.1 Mining & Quarrying (incl.8 14. 2011 87323 24.3 2.0 9.

35% 2022 Between 10 and 15 years Annual Average Price (Rupees) Yield (Per cent per annum) 20042005.9 27.88 109.59 84.6 38780 44491 37226 48456 31751 39427 33081 42891 44219 50135 46599 48690 379888 526612 445612 549811 187841 216078 269196 290615 59362 91458 100425 90771 73569 78290 92569 100767 59115 59786 64422 67658 124822 150704 124767 153312 1311451 1385887 1620849 1679781 8.54 122.7 21.45 6.36 7.91 99.29 7.3 25.17 6.12 86.5 92.6 13.69% 2018 6.6 28.26 101.27 102.48 7.99 7.66 95.09 80.34 8.08 87.91 82.2007.94 84.95 7.31 102.24 99.2 Others 18787 44049 2.22 6.15 Vehicles.60 91.81 95.00 7.94 7.07 7.4 23.47 135.08%2022 08.54 98.11 7.18.99 115.78 7.03 7.8 36.23 6.81 123.44 7.2006.33 7.99 7.4 49.8 20.20062004.64% 2019 6.60 134.70 5.1 4.52 7.06 125.05 6.14.53 118.1 2.23 PRICES AND REDEMPTION YIELD ON CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SECURITIES (SGL TRANSACTIONS) Nomenclature of the Loan 5.200805 06 07 2007-08 2008-09 05 06 07 08 09 93.8 30.00 .83 91.73 6.54 147.91 88.25 86.00 8.42 6.27 8.69 128.2.6 -0.46 8.4 Power Telecommunications Roads Other Infrastructure 2.19 Other Industries 2 Industries 298308 144329 47495 57315 49170 104613 1084863 73820 22100 51721 78523 22887 55637 93367 24986 68381 97427 25.94 118.3 26.07 128.95 8.68 7.11 7.45 117.39 7.22 85.85 7.19 7.46 7.7 21.19 137. Vehicle Parts & Transport Equipment 34203 2.13%2022 8.25% 2021 5.11 7.84 119.25 117.23 113.91 7.7 34.07 8.16 Gems & Jewellery 29064 2.24% 2018 10.15 102.18.38 7.0 24.8 29.66 119.52 130.73 8.7 21.17 Construction 38474 2.2 13.56 87.08 81.5 49.91 8.52 134.2005.79 131.90 97.05% 2019 10.18.58 6.3 22.27 7.74 92.47 117.12 7.2 2.87 7.22 6.3 2.35% 2020 10.86 87.2 TABLE NO.60% 2018 5.83 8.51 8.1 Electronics 2.2 19.03% 2019 6.20% 2022 8.90 Source : RBI 19 .140.18 Infrastructure 2.62 83.99 7.14.87% 2022 08.02 7.85 117.60% 2020 7.02 6.46 8.50 92.38 6.67 137.78 7.23 7.82 7.61 91.20 121.23 6.05 8.84 116.91 8.14 All Engineering 62837 2.47 6.06 131.07 8.12 8.08 130.1 27542 69885 21.04 99.70% 2020 11.88 7.48 102.24 82.11 87.45% 2018 12.68 125.70 7.27 7.02 85.94% 2021 10.45 7.18.09 82.25% 2018 8.61 7.12 86.52 76.88 8.65 89.41 8.

98 111.80 95.TABLE NO.34 103.22 85.87 101.95 112.40 105.45 110.March) =100 NEER REER 3 4 118.05 April May June July August September October November December January February March 85.13 112.21 89.86 103.38 104.56 103.66 102.28 120.46 104.92 116.58 103.00 105.48 86.71 85.03 92.53 102.99 96.21 112.57 100.17 98.90 98.99 107.58 99.41 100.18 86.March) =100 NEER REER 1 2 103.54 99.53 20 .09 104.42 113.25 105.59 97.70 94.00 116.76 108.00 100.95 96.69 113.04 105.33 107.88 94.51 98.88 109.96 90.24 INDICES OF REAL EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATE (REER) AND NOMINAL EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATE (NEER) (6-Currency Trade Based Weights) Year/Month 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 Base : 2004-05 (April.34 100.32 87.30 90.85 100.48 101.20 115.28 April May June July August 94.32 99.63 112.72 108.04 84.60 96.28 Base : 2009-10 (April.71 97.07 101.22 107.50 90.62 112.87 97.28 86.19 96.94 99.16 110.02 115.12 98.68 99.98 105.56 87.66 96.97 92.16 102.98 110.26 96.76 90.75 113.23 93.84 98.43 97.67 86.30 104.42 102.

19 1 MARINE PRODUCTS 10.66 -21.03 105.96 115.48 117.54 116. COMMODITIES 20092005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 10 MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS (with out petro) 20.00 -6.38 92.19 115.03 113.30 115.64 14.20 -40.01 -19.42 -27.11 106.86 115.08 117.80 23.02 103.90 5.79 103.55 1.2011-12 September October November December January February March 91.No.82 23.38 -2.59 21.24 3 GEMS & JEWELLERY 12.97 13.17 118.27 16.Notes : Rise in indices indicate appreciation of rupee and vice versa.76 115.17 -7.13 27.07 4 SPORTS GOODS 31.85 -4.96 29.50 105. 11.60 65.44 19.34 -5.84 2.52 30.26 103.20 105.55 -1.15 114.41 -31.94 117.02 -71.56 A MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS (with petro) 24.67 11.45 90.29 6 ENGINEERING GOODS 25.40 -5.52 92.65 10.21 7 ELECTRONIC GOODS 19.45 20.36 13. waste 597.18 -2.96 8.79 5 CHEMICALS & RELATED PRODUCTS 18.93 115.49 -10.31 114.75 112.08 PLANTATIONS D AGRI&ALLIED PRDTS 21 .25 9 TEXTILES 20.08 12 COTTON RAW incl.52 4.86 21.03 7.28 2.06 102.47 C 15.19 11 CARPETS 33.60 89.20 117.93 36.48 37. SOURCE: RBI TABLE NO.00 11.03 10 HANDICRAFTS 22.08 As on July 22(P) 90.66 115.35 26.58 -5.01 April May June (P) 90.68 12.77 102.26 8 PROJECT GOODS 97.36 56.03 218.35 44.48 89.71 20.56 7.74 -2.47 91.90 -17.32 91.40 11.26 104.33 -6.79 16.43 117.62 18.37 90.31 2.95 106.38 11.97 (P) : Provisional.33 -2.96 112.24 B ORES & MINERALS 21.56 115.86 111.35 104.76 1.74 16.33 5.17 -13.14 17. -25 EXPORTS OF COMMODITIES (Growth in percent) S.65 17.31 104.69 -13.07 5.91 8.43 2 LEATHER & MFRS.44 113.

59 848. 26 GROWTH OF IMPORTS (Growth in percent) S.82 47.42 -27.43 1130.55 C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 -0.47 -15.14 87.68 15.59 -17. Electronic goods Computer Soft.70 1011.49 -37.70 2197.14 7.87 70.54 -9.99 -10.26 30.58 -9. PRECIOUS & SEMI-PRECIOUS F STONES G FOOD AND LIVE ANIMALS H MISCELLANEOUS Imports 36.22 948.24 -3.96 -54. IMPORTS OF COMMODITIES RAW MATERIALS & INTERMEDIATES A FOR MANUFACTURERS B PETROLEUM CRUDE & PRODUCTS 20052006 20062007 20072008 20082009 2009-10 33.68 -51.17 6.43 640.38 35.58 EXPORTS SOURCE: Ministry of Commerce TABLE NO.16 23.86 47.58 20.15 22.24 29.E PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 66.35 52.98 CAPITAL GOODS Machine Tools Machinery other than electrical Electrical machinery Transport equipment Project Goods Profl.08 995.78 -30. etc.13 899.59 146.53 7.08 -32.51 35.71 103.60 -27.37 994.56 779.74 31.59 -4.30 18.82 25.68 47.12 20.24 48.25 73.16 -29.90 32.78 -24.58 -34.92 1025.85 D CEREALS & PREPARATIONS E FERTILIZERS PEARLS.33 54.83 -13.20 13.31 32.79 -34.16 33.05 2.38 -9.44 -6.45 46.52 -16.41 32.88 104.96 38.41 22.08 1053.05 28.54 38.10 684.No.80 -28.53 60.47 -40.91 12.physical form 49.82 -35.59 -3.76 8.36 24.55 69.46 -5.67 24.69 128.31 37.11 -19. instruments.52 -42.45 3571.48 29.89 -6.19 -91.12 F UNCLASSIFIED EXPORTS 11.27 FOREIGN TRADE-BROAD PICTURE 22 .15 -17.59 SOURCE: Ministry of Commerce TABLE NO.88 904.

3 Q1 2.9 -4.3 5.9 1..0 -7.5 1.0 3.8 0.414 162.7 3.8 -4.4 -6.751 254.3 -1.2 -9.6 0.1 1.7 3.0 -8.9 -5.2 -0.4 -3.2 4.1 1.5 1.7 4.0 2.5 -3.43 151.4 -1. .7 2..735 251.7 1.1 -5.8 2.2 -0.0 -2.3 -5.8 -0.7 -3.5 -2.9 1.8 6.2 2009 Q3 0.4 1.2 -1.7 3. .. 4.1 -3.373 352.7 -7.575 40.3 -7.8 -2.7 4.5 8.8 -1.5 2008 1 -0.5 -7.8 -7.6 5.5 2.04 40.1 0.7 3.3 -10.2 2.6 4.6 .08 -42.9 -1.2 -4.2 2011 Q1 .1 -0.28 GROWTH RATE OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT.2 -5.6 -8.5 3.8 1.2 -3.7 -4.8 2. 2.4 1.535 -116.091 126.7 -1.2 2.0 .8 4.9 -2.4 0. 2.9 -1.4 .1 2.4 3.9 0.6 6.7 -2. 4.2 -2 -1.9 0.8 -5.1 2.EXPENDITURE APPROACH (PECENTAGE CHANGE OVER SAME PERIOD PREVIOUS YEAR) Country Australia Austria Belgium Canada Chile Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Japan Korea Luxembourg Mexico 2007 2.3 -0.7 3.3 7.2 -5. 1.0 1.9 -3.(US $ billion) 200506 200607 200708 200809 200910 201011 July AprilJuly EXPORTS 103.439 298.3 2.5 1.834 288.2 0.5 -0.4 4.7 2.1 0.8 -0.4 2.0 -0.2 Q2 0.6 4.2 -3.7 -6.2 5.3 -2.9 -6..5 1.1 Q4 2.5 -2.4 -0.3 2.3 -4.7 -4.7 2.6 23 Q4 2.1 2010 Q2 Q3 3.5 3.8 -3.3 3.5 0. .4 2.075 -59..3 -1.0 .5 -6.6 -2.35 Cumulativ e Growth (%) 53.904 182.98 IMPORTS 149.8 2.4 -3.9 -3.8 -2.5 -3.8 -5.2 2.321 -88.0 1.2 -3.034 109.166 185.4 -4.9 5.8 -7.4 3.1 -0.8 0..69 SOURCE: Ministry of Commerce WORLD INDICATORS TABLE NO.4 4..173 -11.402 29.34 108.0 -8.2 -7.4 -2.6 -1.3 2.4 6.2 -2.3 7.1 -1 1.5 -1.799 178.0 -7.00 TRADE BALANCE -46.0 5.1 1.5 -0.1 3.2 0.1 -1.2 -4.6 2.2 5.621 -98.3 -4.3 1.2 1.1 -1..8 -4.4 4.2 -7.1 .3 -4.0 3.3 -1. .

96 110. . .0 3.0 Slovak Republic 6.89 . .78 . 88. ..21 88.07 .6 2.56 187. 118.72 104.30 92.9 -3.. ..76 87.1 3..2 -1. .71 141.24 103..60 Q4 109.42 108.. .47 113.51 143.8 1.1 -2.45 91..49 89..10 Monthly 2011 May .6 OECD .6 7.90 91.. .15 90..98 90.41 102.50 110.6 -2.3 -4...3 -6 -7. .5 -1.60 87. .91 92.5 3. .8 . . .57 85.3 -2.. . 109.7 .72 87.3 .1 -4.2 Spain 0.10 95. .91 104.13 101.2 3. ..14 90.2 -1.8 1..05 104.99 148...7 -0.. .5 -1.8 2. 80.0 0.92 88.83 91.7 -3.93 93.81 89.8 2.1 -4.77 187.0 -1.9 -4.81 .31 .07 92.59 110.2 3.0 -2.70 89.60 81.0 1.29 112.1 4.9 2...21 88.61 86.60 113.5 -0.0 -4.60 89.86 94..11 106.1 -3.10 88.46 90.7 4.1 United Kingdom 0..70 93.. .75 85.12 106.77 139..9 1.9 1.02 99.7 1.81 109...7 10.3 0.39 121.9 -6.5 11. . 2011 0.6 Switzerland 1. .Netherlands 1.2 -2.2 1.2 3. . .6 1.0 4.51 91.72 148. ..2 -2. 142..88 90.7 0. . 3..08 83.32 120.4 1.3 -3.4 0..43 97.8 2..33 94.96 112.55 104.33 88...5 3. 109..9 Portugal 0.3 2.6 1.09 89. .0 Sweden 0..37 136.27 104.0 -0..8 2.37 82. .0 2.08 93.5 3. ..88 89.73 92. .47 112..7 1.48 140.9 0.99 109.87 106.49 146.50 115.9 -5. .03 104. .59 149.20 Jun ..79 92.4 4.2 -2. .44 108.3 -6.9 -5. .82 105.4 2.88 150.64 90. . .82 87.81 88.2 2.60 79.10 89.55 114.0 -4...59 88.94 93.9 OECD .1 -5.98 124.27 139.94 109.. 82..2 6. ..59 84.1 3.70 119.53 109.37 24 2011 Q1 105..2 -4.29 117.52 178. 88.52 100.01 94.69 116.4 2.9 -3..2 0. . .35 91.79 .3 2.Europe 0.2 -2.2 -0.3 1.5 3.4 -3.4 1.8 6.4 2.54 88.7 -2.00 .62 113.8 -2.4 -1.40 118.97 110..39 92.60 85. .07 91.53 Q2 Apr .8 0.04 99.01 136..3 -2.35 100.9 -5.34 100..90 90. 140.. .5 3.89 .81 94..43 83.3 -0.Total 0.4 -3.10 Quarterly 2010 Q3 110. 109.5 -1.29 INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION (2005 = 100) Annual 2009 2010 Country Australia Austria Belgium Canada Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Japan Korea Luxembourg Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal 106.5 2.58 165..05 105.26 101.1 Norway 1 -0.8 2.6 2.08 . 92.86 94.47 92.53 99.11 134. 1.85 88.0 2.2 -4.0 -1.9 Poland 5 2.2 Turkey 1.9 -0.55 97..1 -2.31 .93 110.8 United States 0 -1.4 New Zealand -0.82 102..2 9.10 88.04 107. TABLE NO.11 88.9 1.7 1.8 -0.6 -2 -5.14 102. ..2 G7 -0.7 1. .66 80.65 141.6 0.2 -4..23 94.6 2.1 1.41 110.52 105.6 Source : OECD statistical database as on 14th July. 90.34 102.4 2.40 93.1 4.99 87. 120.57 83.90 .39 ... . 111.07 87.

72 41.03 103.. .36 7.15 12.19 89.14 7.49 94. . 1..11 101.65 1.75 87.30 5.15 2.00 38.49 .57 11.29 119..16 6. .54 . .01 3..38 .44 5... ..16 9.04 13.54 7.38 9.48 95. .68 100...05 47.85 42.58 6...19 68. .. 123. 2011 TABLE NO.37 9..79 45. .29 117.47 25 22.25 106.42 0.64 1..42 50.96 12.82 127.01 37.29 116.30 EXPORTS (USD BILLION 2009 2010 Q2 Country Australia Austria Belgium Canada Chile Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Japan Korea Luxembourg Mexico Netherlands New 2010 Q3 Annual Q4 Quarterly Q1 Q2 AVERAGE MONTHLY) 2011 Apr May Monthly 12. .03 97.70 26... 38...98 5.61 151.68 48.91 69.64 .11 111. .77 83...22 42.18 .11 0.83 0.77 143.68 34. . .37 142.67 4.49 102. .07 114..25 30.49 2.41 10.24 37.83 99.29 1.34 4. .61 10..80 43.42 94.72 4. 64.24 1. 3..62 7. . .08 82.51 100....Total Russian Federation 119.93 .60 39.85 5.62 3. .77 48.31 53..70 15. .24 61. 117.65 .Europe OECD .22 40.13 31..76 1.90 ..89 0.87 47.26 64.75 5.12 7.37 40.24 .61 0.52 45.46 ..22 37.96 83.17 83. ...92 17.43 113.34 9..14 41.51 36.51 33.38 89.38 13.97 34..83 . .19 36.32 6.27 4.62 12.29 39.28 1.51 94. ....65 89..84 57.67 29.32 32.15 4.. ..17 89..76 103.36 65.33 2.83 97.44 0.00 9. 3.97 5... . .78 7. .76 6....94 ...30 101.99 8.61 3.. 6.35 105.. 97..97 117.98 116..53 .80 Source : OECD statistical database as on 1st August.71 28.85 43. .09 32... . .44 2. .85 110.21 96.53 95.58 100.70 6.20 4.64 8..09 130.62 1.07 102.. . .76 19... .38 9. .. .07 10..96 46.27 84.91 87..21 101..07 0.77 32.90 101.73 157.47 88..39 123..78 85..11 9. . 65. . .73 2.34 6.41 10.33 95.71 0.01 .97 119.23 8.. .95 .70 Jun . .88 20.49 99.66 152.69 93.30 14.63 24.67 12.83 104..91 22.80 28.59 2. . 29.73 97.50 17..81 1. .02 67..35 97.26 13.21 120.71 114. .14 117.71 26. 0.13 . .01 0.. . .50 1.29 .. .65 2. . . .Slovak Republic Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom United States G7 OECD .00 92.24 19.35 35..14 103.63 51.26 8.63 24.95 9.37 30.12 102..45 112. . . . .44 11.91 95.77 11.19 83.61 118.44 1.24 92. 97.17 88.45 96.96 .00 2.16 0.87 1.49 41.66 0.31 151.00 100. 1.23 8.90 96.30 18. . . . 118.61 25.81 13.18 3.36 34.97 1..67 2. .56 61.47 93. .07 89. 6.44 83.32 6. 125.58 100. 29.30 37.47 9..

91 12. .75 4.52 4.17 . 7.90 . 10.66 . ..06 . ..70 6. 16..27 53.71 25.13 6...69 100..80 7..42 151.72 16. 21. .90 408.08 4.43 88.47 12... .90 451. 4.49 5.89 0. 6. .50 170.07 8. 16.04 1. 8.12 474. 88.23 .54 16.26 17.....97 4.75 100.02 5.68 6.84 0. .36 23.03 14.81 5...66 .34 131. .33 5. .37 4..31 10.43 .17 18.06 10. 4.86 50.24 159.98 19...98 26..14 12. 6..44 194.75 13..37 728.87 0.38 21.42 2.87 . .51 26.39 31. 38.50 0.84 8.45 13.06 .53 5.78 13.37 13..24 33.46 .79 5..99 106.60 13. .52 105. .98 22. 35. .80 . .23 .. 11.95 . .12 34.01 .....32 160. ..98 114..60 166. 108. . 9.68 .. .. .56 .23 .52 169..64 3.. ...15 33.19 38.28 94..33 AVERAGE MONTHLY) 2010 10..21 431.76 6.. .82 5.26 6... 13.71 3...46 7...81 ..31 3. . .99 . 13..87 13. 126...28 ..83 108.43 .37 .91 ..61 8..55 76. Q1 Q2 Quarterly 17. 12.. .. .40 0....96 .. ....96 2. .00 15.70 50.. . .72 9. . 518. . .98 ..52 7.85 13.24 32.89 . . .02 5. 20. .71 .77 6.55 31.. 2011 TABLE NO. 1.40 7.54 131.81 5...94 .. .78 10.26 7.13 32.65 120..71 .94 7.67 16.14 .97 1. 435.80 24.02 .41 .15 489...48 1.. . 1530..29 .60 9.44 20.63 .14 39.57 16..29 11. .48 34. 29.24 43.15 84. 17.81 38.40 12. 43. 15.59 89.45 .80 ....66 32.91 15. 0.08 11.84 5. . 8..61 .87 10.59 2..08 . 5. ...01 6.46 39..09 2.. . . ..38 47.37 2011 Apr May 19. 36. 61. 39.. .29 19... .. 9.40 0..54 32.74 32. 50. 21.16 12. . ..21 32.44 ..22 29.87 33.89 5..08 12.28 49.84 85.37 14.45 Q2 Q3 Quarterly 15. ..28 0.75 12. .15 .51 11.78 423.37 Jun ..77 .10 12. 644. 29...06 11.73 ..48 18..55 4. . ..05 46. ..67 10.34 14.38 12. Source : OECD statistical database as on 1st August.64 22.80 1.33 410.. . 37.04 16. .34 .92 5. .45 20.66 4.37 2.10 21..83 0.02 488...57 460.81 6. .24 13..32 9.42 . 18.30 13... 6.19 .40 6. 0.80 33.11 .00 147.Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom United States Euro area European Union G7 OECD Europe OECD Total Brazil China India Indonesia Russian Fed 9.87 360.44 .32 26 Q4 17.22 182.11 6.74 58.27 30.02 2.17 6..83 131.97 1714.07 4.95 5.60 13.96 6. 31 IMPORTS (USD BILLION 2009 2010 Country Australia Austria Belgium Canada Chile Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Q1 Annual 13.13 13.32 2.47 16.06 .05 0. .80 16.23 4..62 5.05 36.30 9.81 0. . 10.93 12.03 426. .92 . 407..26 7..11 12.71 139. 14. . .

65 2... .32 14.98 20.10 3.97 Korea 26..35 Poland 12. .08 113.48 162. 19.77 505.08 4.88 ...79 10.70 3. 5. ..30 0.45 .41 3. 5.. .98 Japan 45. ..42 . .49 162..38 14.18 ... .75 ...83 15. 3.85 1..26 2.30 6. 71.48 3.42 27.21 Monthly 2011 May Jun .. 21.23 16. . . 2.82 0.67 147..31 2.65 20.77 19.33 62. 7. 164.94 7. .13 127.94 24.41 Quarterly 2010 Q3 2.98 25.76 15.60 2.65 4.28 ..12 23.10 20.. 21. ..55 . 525.06 12..17 25.96 46.15 .92 6.30 Apr .26 3..64 56. 13.10 7.30 171.60 Source : OECD statistical database as on 4.44 2.35 India 21.53 25. .45 40.42 25.24 2..79 57.33 7.. .97 2. 47. 184.18 38.64 3.. .85 .. .45 167.. .78 43.10 Slovenia 2. 768. 6.81 2.54 2.78 1.21 6...32 50. . 70.72 2. 17..42 35..27 . . . 564. .. ...46 Norway 5.99 2.14 ...75 .76 3. . .36 3.49 14.27 42. .86 29.01 30.67 420.43 44. .. 28.29 6.14 13.53 OECD Europe 407. 3. .61 . 15.00 New Zealand 2..48 26.. ..69 European Union 387.76 ..75 Brazil 10.21 5..32 ..44 6.32 6..96 .97 159.34 26.26 6..97 6..16 6..31 6.92 Q2 3..28 3.20 13..22 United States 129. 20.25 69..62 Sweden 9.03 ..99 Israel 3.55 Russian Fed 15.39 .98 .37 Spain 24. 16. ...53 14.. 28.12 42.13 181. .92 35.06 44.25 417.85 6..64 15.77 56..54 5.04 41.10 28.96 Switzerland 12. . .43 33..70 6.67 6.90 .79 1.35 3...35 111.63 779.75 48.43 34.08 53.44 G7 402. .77 Portugal 5.22 59. .47 27 Q1 3. ..08 Slovak Republic 4..79 51..83 2.87 498. . . 2..60 3.46 14.07 Mexico 19.47 160.45 ...90 .45 46.80 2.33 35.28 13.29 . . 26. 6.14 144..28 3.60 1.95 6.23 465....21 30...40 44.73 18.40 6.. .43 .94 4.93 484.68 Indonesia 8.67 3.07 11.58 25.06 8.52 United Kingdom 39. 3.52 6...67 . ..41 37.66 .93 67.03 . .85 1st August. 66..44 Jul .16 51..28 38.73 15. 2.75 40.14 .89 4.03 6. .95 .32 CONSUMER PRICES (PERCENTAGE CHANGE OVER THE SAME PERIOD PREVIOUS YEAR) Annual 2009 2010 Country Australia Austria Belgium Canada Chile 1...31 10.10 26.75 Italy 34.. . . . . .91 4.70 14. .09 2. 52. .36 . 2.64 .. 17.20 5.17 5.89 3.89 South Africa 5.70 112.33 478.06 2..62 5..73 28.05 0...44 Luxembourg 2.78 3.43 152. ..06 2.54 . 30.21 22.. 14..56 26.26 198... ..70 11. . .00 5.08 469.78 1..36 2. .85 ..10 2. 46.76 6.. . 2.28 3.Ireland 5. TABLE NO.34 27.10 456...33 Turkey 11.51 -0.29 .28 3.19 13.94 12.35 11. .74 29.07 China 83..33 2.20 2.40 3.07 OECD Total 680. .56 . . . 444.03 ..01 441.64 6.03 .22 29.87 19. 3.37 2. 20.50 2. . 140.19 1.28 3.46 . .11 Netherlands 36..95 5.21 170.. 5.35 2.93 ..61 4. 30. 439..64 Euro area 146.57 436..00 1.01 .99 15..07 2.55 . 2011 .08 ..25 2011 Q4 2.83 116.91 .71 183.44 541.99 51.. ..

07 6.48 6.17 6.1 182 188.92 3.67 1.40 8.59 4.21 12.05 179 July 120 108.11 1.48 2.46 1.29 .29 4.91 .28 2.6 28 99.89 3.61 2.62 -0..46 3.86 4.18 1.85 3.49 3.64 .67 4.56 6.07 105.30 11.96 1.95 1.67 4.49 5.98 9.61 3.07 8.31 3.21 2.88 1. 3.49 3.35 2.50 4.35 2.75 165.84 4.25 1.94 5.97 3.50 3.29 .79 0.80 -0..98 6.47 1.34 0.19 2.36 3.69 1.23 2. .92 178.30 9.04 156.48 3.84 3. 2011 Commodity Coal.97 1.78 3.71 6..17 3.25 0.63 4.77 3.08 0.16 2.57 2.55 107.89 9. Australia Crude oil.10 3.13 0.33 0.99 79.40 1.22 1.37 5.88 5.62 0.62 2.53 4.83 0.25 2.89 4.04 3.84 3. .49 3.45 1.36 2.43 2.54 2.07 2.18 3..89 0.71 4.75 1.51 5.40 -0.88 4.47 1..08 2.07 2.19 3.02 2.36 0.10 2.18 .00 0.37 7.90 2. .34 4.59 5.47 3.73 1.04 -4.94 5.87 .Total Brazil China India Indonesia Russian Federation South Africa 1.09 1..51 155.26 4.20 3. .69 4.74 3.15 3.10 5.31 4..70 2. .13 .31 3.51 3.34 0.81 2.27 4.07 1. average Natural gas Unit $/mt $/bbl TABLE NO.43 3.72 3.60 4.73 8.Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Japan Korea Luxembourg Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom United States Euro area European Union G7 OECD .24 4. .38 119.03 2.50 8.09 0.73 2.36 3.24 3.32 4.70 10.32 1.55 5.14 2.49 2. .88 5. 5.04 1.41 3.10 5.86 2.75 2.64 2. ..26 4.14 1.29 -0.16 1.83 9..62 .61 0.00 ..54 4.99 5.13 6.33 8. 2..39 2.40 5. .53 3.12 1.32 8.03 3.58 1.23 5. 1.72 5.73 3.10 6. 3.14 2.88 2.92 1.56 2. 0.42 3.12 3.18 3.69 8.10 4.12 4. 1.38 3.64 1.41 3.34 0.91 5.48 2.40 1.85 3.28 1.16 9.25 1..85 93.65 0..33 WORLD COMMODITY PRICES Annual Quarterly JanJanJulOctJanDec Jul Sep Dec Mar 2010 2011 2010 2010 2011 98.02 2.80 1.40 2.46 2.53 1.60 4.64 1.10 2.40 3..57 3. ..20 4.16 2.40 6.46 1.18 1.47 6.83 1.08 1..94 6.62 5.35 2.29 3.20 2.64 5.1 105.28 2.19 3. 1.91 2.16 2.96 4.70 9.09 1..30 0.12 2.40 3.84 4.33 -0.37 3.28 110.58 1.40 .52 4.45 3.35 3.08 4.5 ..58 1. Source : OECD statistical database as on 1st August.20 2.73 3. 2.85 2.74 3.90 2.33 174.00 3..89 1.99 2.73 2.95 2.31 3.19 2.42 151.20 0.6 75.92 2. .21 4.60 3.13 2.61 1..39 3.39 11.52 3. 6.35 2.34 3.13 3..12 1.73 3.31 6.06 3.22 1.55 4.97 123.03 4.75 0.41 6.34 2.58 4.30 2..98 -0.07 1..30 2.93 2..89 -0.25 2. .15 6. 2.42 4.32 7.5 Monthly Aprjun May June 2011 2011 120 118. 1.57 2.62 0.17 -0.80 2.36 1.63 128.52 4.35 2.69 4.59 3.68 .30 4.80 3.74 3..37 3.65 7.27 2.53 -0.30 1.86 -0.65 1.06 3.20 2.94 3..03 1. .02 5.77 -1.39 1.10 2.80 3.29 1.00 4.27 4.13 2.93 4.39 5.03 2.17 4.80 0.39 0.40 1.38 0.49 -0.12 2.31 .Europe OECD .67 4.72 3.54 9.40 2.01 2.01 1.27 2.23 2.94 5. .16 6.69 5.25 2.99 2.30 2.91 2.67 0.94 3.85 107.38 1.18 5.54 1.21 3.1 85.02 2.73 2.57 1.47 10.17 3.34 3.15 3. .08 0.55 1.71 3..07 2.16 0.30 4.84 1.41 2. .82 3.10 ..

3 303.68 Q2 4.3 World Bank Commodity price indices for low Energy 271.3 386.6 330.4 334.2 374.6 Urea $/mt 288.2 601.3 182.9 298.5 307.93 Q2 4.7 1663 2120 1088 400 1337 300.8 301.5 456.4 Source : World bank.1 617.8 182.1 297.9 511.8 585.96 .1 432.9 239 260.5 Tea.3 259.4 Lead ¢/kg 214.9 Cotton A Index ¢/kg 228.4 and middle income countries (2000=100) 291.1 242.7 301 259.2 356.8 493.9 302.2 233.2 Nickel $/mt 21809 25360 21191 Silver ¢/toz 2020 3560 1901 Tin ¢/kg 2041 2908 2055 Zinc ¢/kg 216.00 4.1 2097 1830 1159 402 1294 307.5 481.99 July 4.9 573.2 212.5 23609 26870 24355 24237 22421 2647 3179 3857 3708 3584 2601 2986 2885 2868 2552 231.2 Fats and Oils 244.5 266.8 252.7 295.97 Apr 4.2 TSP $/mt 381.7 301.80 2011 Q4 4.1 339.9 284.9 2343 2501 2611 2596 2558 8637 9642 9173 8960 9067 1367 1384 1507 1513 1529 155.2 304.3 225. .95 29 Q1 4.4 310 241.7 300.5 1546 1604 1108 424 1242 241.6 606.9 468.1 Phosphate rock $/mt 123 174.3 294. auctions (3) average ¢/kg 288.5 357 353.9 264. 5% $/mt 488.8 2525 9650 1572 173 268.1 Grains 215.7 418.6 311.2 Aluminum $/mt 2173 2552 2090 Copper $/mt 7535 9442 7243 Gold $/toz 1225 1464 1227 Iron ore.3 436 463.4 228.4 304.8 1803 1980 1133 394 1324 310.2 316.5 513.5 306 513.5 239.4 625 182.4 291.3 292.8 299.1 641.9 303.8 486.4 302.8 510.1 23848 3812 2740 239.4 407.3 339.5 296.7 288.6 175.8 283.7 Rice.3 321 Coffee.4 355.1 170.6 Beverages 253.1 292. US.7 158.9 357.5 370.5 296.3 400 205.8 259.4 259.9 297 620 334 636.5 288.8 364.6 609. Thailand.1 Coconut oil $/mt 1124 1982 1159 Groundnut oil $/mt 1404 1825 1301 Palm oil $/mt 901 1183 875 Soybean meal $/mt 378 416 378 Soybean oil $/mt 1005 1331 984 Maize $/mt 185.5 DAP $/mt 500.6 197.7 590.1 279.7 530.4 255.7 223.3 125 Potassium chloride $/mt 331. ¢/dmtu 145.5 549.1 181.3 363.3 461.9 397.2 650.7 1996 1830 1147 400 1311 312.9 178.1 321 303.5 302.5 216.9 520.6 295.6 137.Commodity prices (pink sheet) TABLE NO.5 536.3 320.8 177.4 485.7 2073 1723 1251 437 1349 282.4 540.3 555 474.5 295.1 289.8 326.9 507 457 Wheat.43 4.6 140 511.3 203.5 337.2 301.3 493.2 422.6 394.3 544.7 286.3 364.75 2010 Q3 4.90 2011 May June 5.2 Rubber RSS3 ¢/kg 365.34 SHORT TERM INTEREST RATE (PER CENT) Country Australia Annual 2009 2010 3.8 296. HRW $/mt 223.5 343.6 330.4 317.9 301.9 269 473.4 201.9 407. arabica ¢/kg 432 622.9 389.4 494.9 176.5 Agriculture 231.2 330.7 615.4 237.Index2000=100 Cocoa ¢/kg 313.2 547.8 300.

60 1. 1.87 0.02 0.70 1.03 0.78 5.34 3.78 0.73 1. 1.69 0. 35 LONG TERM INTEREST RATE (PER CENT) 30 . 6.65 2.17 5.28 1. .82 0.48 1.35 1.57 4.55 3.82 1.43 2.85 4.31 1.08 4.49 1.95 0.74 0.80 0.17 3.41 1.74 4.71 2.85 0.85 0.89 1. 1.21 0.61 4.85 5.41 1.42 4. 0.37 1.60 0..42 2..95 2.23 6.75 0.98 1.34 2.02 4.49 4. .50 3.81 0.41 1.66 2.57 0..32 1.41 1.54 0.09 1.21 .22 1.23 1...49 .45 1.18 .00 2.20 0.13 6.74 .36 0. 1.60 1. 2.32 1.60 1.41 6.75 0.98 4.43 0.34 1..81 0.36 2.49 .69 1.79 0.32 1.49 1.41 1..00 1..11 1.09 1.02 1.58 2.87 1. .02 1.81 0.63 0.60 6.09 0.62 0.02 0.09 1.43 1.09 1.87 0.09 6..43 4.94 4.09 1.96 0.94 1.81 3.23 0.31 2.87 0..28 0. 1. .00 2...32 1.32 6.02 1.22 .49 1.32 1.19 5.23 1.04 1.87 6.71 1.43 1..09 1.81 1.17 .23 0.18 .81 0.93 1. 1.91 0.88 1.23 1.34 2..93 0. Source : OECD statistical database as on 1st August.00 0.56 1.09 2..02 1.16 0.80 0.81 0.22 .69 0.64 0.00 1. .18 6.60 1.69 5.02 1. 1.23 0.43 1.69 0. 6.60 1.00 11.02 3.69 4.00 1.86 0. 1.60 1.88 1.23 1. 1.23 5.41 . .49 .69 5.75 0.03 0.59 1.41 .69 7.34 3.23 0. 1.09 1.95 0..05 7.18 .43 6.32 1.87 4..49 1.87 0.89 1.60 1.81 0.81 0.02 1. 1.66 0.40 0.09 1. .17 .28 0.02 1.69 0..41 1. 0.28 3.18 .93 1.65 2.69 0.43 1.21 1.69 2.49 2.07 0.32 1.86 0.18 5. 13. 1.87 1.43 1.32 4.53 1.49 1.23 0.50 0.32 0.41 1.34 3.22 2.02 1.67 0.57 4.59 9.32 .03 1.49 1. 4.99 0.40 1.28 .32 2. .89 0.00 0.52 3.43 1.49 6.43 1.87 0.66 3.19 1.32 1.69 0.23 1.09 1.43 1.20 1.69 0.72 4.19 5.21 1.60 . 3.. 0. .43 .82 0. 1.89 1.93 7.46 1.47 ..09 1..69 0.86 1.32 1.45 0.87 3.46 1.41 4.02 5. .17 .87 0.00 1.65 2.46 4. 1.16 6.77 2.31 0.23 3..87 1.75 4.33 4. 0.27 4.81 6.28 0.81 0.23 1.60 2.09 3.09 4.29 1.64 0.43 1..23 0.41 4.17 0.64 7.39 2..Austria Belgium Canada Chile Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Japan Korea Luxembourg Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom United States China Indonesia Russian Federation South Africa 1.69 0..64 1.03 2..81 1.88 4.31 0.87 0.49 1..52 .88 1.60 .60 4.00 0.85 0.87 0.02 1..23 1.59 5..32 1. .77 1..41 1.15 1.43 1.69 1.00 1.66 0.41 1.49 6.55 1.44 1.00 0.19 .11 1.23 .18 3.91 1.48 6.88 2.63 1.81 5.81 5.60 1.02 1.41 2.60 1.11 1.69 1.30 1.87 6... 3.63 1.45 0.60 ..29 1.49 1.87 0...49 1. 1.00 0.07 0.01 1.41 1.69 1.24 .18 2. 2011 TABLE NO.80 0.61 5.38 2.47 0..19 0.21 0.69 0..14 1..81 0.20 1.

71 6.09 6.36 9.69 3.78 4.86 7.28 5.17 5.86 3.35 Luxembourg .12 .01 5.26 6.63 6..65 3.30 4.38 3.99 4. 4.31 5.28 2.42 6.23 5.41 9.52 2.64 2..90 4.03 11.35 .74 .77 3.47 Monthly 2011 May Jun 5. Slovenia 4.39 France 3. 5.54 United States 3.10 2.02 .04 5.01 3..13 2.02 3.24 8.63 10.84 8.57 Belgium 3.83 8.83 3.46 5.51 Spain 3.70 3.03 11.79 6.18 4.46 3.53 5.89 15.36 4.75 3.57 3.81 4.11 5.27 6.23 .63 3.79 11.75 3.40 4.79 4. 3.. 2.00 4.73 3.30 5.02 8.11 3.62 9.07 11.33 5.10 Greece 5.90 5.78 6.34 5.86 15.04 3.01 3.48 4. 0.34 4.60 5.87 4.26 3.99 3.10 4.04 5.83 Netherlands 3.71 3.35 4.56 1.31 3.44 3.14 9.35 3..47 Russian Federation 9.93 3.08 4.46 7.32 Norway 4..00 3.83 2.19 4.00 4.07 3.89 3.66 3.85 3.50 .17 Finland 3.26 3.02 4.32 3.18 2.00 4.46 5.88 3.06 2.12 7.96 3. Korea 5.94 3.60 3.69 2.70 8.04 5.11 7.35 1.06 3.02 4.12 5. .07 Israel 5.97 4.11 .48 3.31 4.43 5.93 4..86 3.24 6.83 4..15 5.76 4.72 8.09 3.13 Iceland 8.39 3.84 4.52 5.57 4.35 3.21 5.40 3.24 3.95 8.63 1. .15 4.54 Poland 6.69 7.78 4.82 3.65 3.19 3.23 3. 4.17 7.43 4. 8.89 3.89 5...70 5.21 Euro area 4.87 .84 3.00 6..29 Jul 5.29 2.76 8.03 Portugal 4.93 3.33 Italy 4...32 1.65 3..32 3.62 3.28 4.51 3.62 4.00 3.03 3.37 .04 3.08 2.42 2.00 1.41 4.22 2.93 3.64 4.49 2.89 United Kingdom 3. 2011 31 Apr 5. .06 Switzerland 2.79 2.82 1.63 7.98 5.96 3.16 3.36 6.81 Japan 1.17 4.18 2.24 3.33 5.42 3.01 2.07 3..53 3.73 5.31 3.84 4.88 9.16 3.77 3.18 8.22 4.06 4.90 8.33 4.73 8.55 3.00 3.19 4.20 1.46 4.44 New Zealand 5.48 2.68 4.90 Denmark 3.24 5.81 6.21 .99 2.49 7.22 .08 7.47 5. ..99 Ireland 5.71 3. 7.38 3.21 4.72 3.56 .93 3.59 7.05 2.76 4.59 2.85 .49 3.33 1.23 3.77 5.54 Germany 3.14 3.16 .60 Source : OECD statistical database as on 1st August.78 2.08 2.38 Sweden 3.49 2.78 5.21 3.83 .90 Slovak Republic 4..01 1.33 4.25 3. .50 7..20 7.30 4.88 1..34 Mexico 5. 2.84 1.05 3.25 2.30 10.65 5.38 3.37 5. 1.58 5.72 5.55 5.41 3.53 3.65 5..77 3.47 3.38 3.65 1..22 2.33 Austria 3.71 4.49 3.35 6.81 .52 3.65 3.70 5.78 3. 4.15 1.Annual 2009 2010 Quarterly 2010 2011 Country Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Australia 5.08 4.96 1.29 3.17 Canada 3.83 3.33 3.40 3. 3.07 3.87 7.83 3.96 .68 2. 5.55 3.02 3.25 3.21 1.58 5.86 5.49 5.35 3.17 Chile 5.56 2.06 5.77 4.68 5.73 3. 4.93 4.07 6.48 3.84 3.94 16.18 4.23 3.95 10.49 3.39 7.74 .61 4.95 . 4.47 6.01 3.88 4..66 7.78 3.97 4.74 3.09 8.55 11.07 3.35 5.35 2.48 3.50 Hungary 9.88 3.88 1.30 2..43 3.53 5.17 9.65 4.12 3.29 3.13 6.84 4.19 3.23 5.07 1.00 6.04 4.19 4.90 3.81 3. 4.37 3.03 3..65 5.03 3. South Africa 8.34 13.51 3.33 Czech Republic 4.19 3.35 3.29 8.02 3.17 4.28 7.74 3.

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