The productivity of the country’s most important industrial sectors has been steadily declining.
A document received by Geo News revealed that the productive capacity of the country’s most important industrial sectors has been steadily declining.
According to official documents, production in the iron and steel sector fell by 8% and in the automobile sector by 5.74%.
According to the document, the output of the electronics sector declined by 20.75 per cent, the leather industry by 44.7 per cent and the engineering products by 37.15 per cent, while the wood products sector declined by 69.7 per cent.
According to the official document, the production of large industries increased by 10% on a monthly basis, while the production of large industries increased by 7.65% on an annual basis in September, while the production of the textile sector has grown by 2% from July to September. Production of food, beverages, tobacco shoot up by 13%, production of coke, and petroleum products increased by 2.75%.
In addition, the production of the pharmaceutical sector increased by 13.4%, while that of chemicals went up by 9.7%.