Turkish industrial production rises by 6.7 percent

Official data has shown that the industrial production of Turkey has risen by 6.7 percent in June compared with the same month in 2010.

According to the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat), the growth index was measured at 7.5 percent in the manufacturing sector, and was measured at 4 percent in the electricity, gas, steam, and air conditioning supply and distribution sector.

The only sector to lose some ground was the mining sector that saw at 2.2 percent decline in June 2011 compared with June 2010.

Compared with data collected in May 2011, the overall industry index increased by 1.1 percent while production has been measured with an increase of 5.7 percent in the mining sector, 0.7 percent growth in the manufacturing sector, and 2.5 percent in the electricity, gas, steam, and air conditioning supply and distribution sector.

This continued growth in Turkey is another sign of the current strength of Turkey. While the rest of Europe is seemingly struggling economically, Turkey is currently one of the strongest nations at this point, property in Turkey is strong and industrial production in Turkey has shown continued growth as Turkey as a whole continues to grow.

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