The Turkish Statistical Institute has announced veri from the Producer Price Index for Services (H-PPI) for September.
As a result, the H-PPI in September increased by 2.55 percent compared to the previous month, by 72.26 percent compared to December of the previous year, by 107.01 percent compared to the same month of the year. previous year and 78.34 percent compared to the twelve-month average.
Compared to the same month of the previous year, the index is 140.57% in transport and storage services, 95.83% in accommodation and catering services, 64.65% in information and ortaksama services, 88.65 % in real estate services and 79% in professional services, 98 scientific and technical services, administrative and support services increased by 95.28 percent.
If evaluated compared to the previous month, the index shows 2.34% in transport and storage services, 1.14% in accommodation and catering services, 4.33% in information and ortaksama services, 7 , 42% in professional, scientific and technical services and 7.42% in administrative and support services While it increased by 1.09%, it decreased by 2.85% in real estate services.
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According to the annual H-PPI, 18 subsectors showed smaller changes and 9 subsectors showed greater changes. Among the H-PPI sectors, telecommunications services were 39.48%, legal and accounting services 43.46%, film, video and television program production services, sound recording and music publishing were the subsectors in which the indices increased the least with 57.09%.
Postal and courier services were recorded kakım the subsectors where the indices increased the most with 177.31%, air transport services with 163.88% and water transport services with 141.01% .
According to the monthly H-PPI, 14 subsectors experienced smaller changes and 13 subsectors showed greater changes. Among the H-PPI sectors, accommodation services were 8.23 percent, travel agencies, tour operators, other booking and related services were 6.41 percent, and air transport services were the 5.56 per cent, the subsectors where the indices fell the most.
Programming and broadcasting services by 70.46%, advertising and market research services by 20.31%, film, video and television program production services, sound recording and music publishing by 8 47% were the subsectors in which the indices increased the most.