Pattern of Output, 1993-96, Table

Table
Table III. Pattern of Output, 1993-96
Percent change from previous year
 
  World1 Developed countries Less-developed countries
  1993 1994 1995 1996 1993 1994 1995 1996 1993 1994 1995 1996
All manufacturing  0 6  5  3 -1 6  4  3   5 5   6 6
  Heavy industries  0 7  6  4 -1 7  6  4   6 6   7 7
     Base metals  1 5  3  1 -1 6  3  0 11 4   4 7
     Metal products -2 8  8  6 -2 9  7  5   5 7 11 8
     Building materials, etc.  0 5  3  1 -1 5  1 -1   4 6   7 6
     Chemicals  1 5  4  3  0 5  4  2   4 5   4 6
  Light industries  1 3  2  1  0 3  1  1   3 4   5 4
     Food, drink, tobacco  1 3  3  3  1 2  1  2   3 6   7 6
     Textiles -1 2 -1 -1 -3 3 -1 -3   3 1   0 2
     Clothing, footwear  0 2  2  2 -2 2 -2 -2   5 1   9 8
     Wood products  1 4  1  1  0 4  1  1   2 4   1 2
     Paper, printing  2 3  2  0  2 3  1  0   6 4   6 2
See as table:
      1Excluding Albania, China, North Korea, Vietnam, former Czechoslovakia, former Soviet Union,
  and former Yugoslavia.

        Source: UN, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics.

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