Six-month inventory ratio at 75 percent

According to the General Statistics Office, inventory index of industrial processing and manufacturing until July 1, rose by 8.8 percent compared to the same period last year.

Inventory ratio was at 71 percent in June, sending six-month inventory ratio to 75 percent.

Some industries that saw higher inventory levels compared to the same period last year include beverages with 33 percent, cigarettes with 22 percent, medicines and pharmaceutical chemicals with 20 percent, chemicals and chemical products with 14.3 percent, electronic devices with 12 percent, food processing with 7.2 percent, and textiles with 2.9 percent.

Meanwhile, clothes inventory dropped 1.3 percent and leather and leather products fell 19.2 percent.

By H.My – Translated by Thuy Doan

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