Retail trade of food products increased by 0.3%. Non-food retail trade, excluding automotive fuel retail, decreased 7.3% and automotive fuel retail decreased 2.6%.
In comparison with November 2020, the most significant increase in turnover occurred in the retail sale through mail order houses or on the Internet (by 35.1%) and in the retail sale of pharmaceutical and medical products (in a 6.2%). The decrease in turnover occurred in the retail sale of cultural and recreational goods (by 15.5%), the retail sale of hardware, construction tools and materials, and sanitary equipment (by 14.9% ) and the retail sale of clothing, footwear and leather goods (14.6%). ).
Total turnover of retail trade companies at current prices, excluding the effect of calendar days, increased by 5.9%.
November 2021 compared to octoberAccording to seasonally adjusted data at constant prices, the turnover of retail companies decreased by 3.6%. Retail trade of food products was down 1.4%. Non-food retail trade excluding automotive fuel retail decreased 5.3%, automotive fuel retail decreased 4%.
Compared to the previous month, the most significant increase in turnover this year was in the retail sale through mail order houses or on the Internet (11.2%), the retail sale household appliances (4.8%) and non-specialized stores that sell non-food products (3.6%). The greatest decrease in turnover was produced in the retail sale through stalls and markets (20.9%), the retail sale of clothing, footwear and leather goods (19.4%) and the sale to the retail of pharmaceutical and medical products (9.4%).
In November 2021, compared to October, the total turnover of retail trade companies at current prices, excluding seasonality, decreased by 5.4%.
In November, food product retail turnover grew slightly faster than before and was 2.6% higher than in November 2020.
Retail fuel billing at gas stations in November was similar to the previous month and decreased by 2.4% compared to November 2020.
In general, in January-November of this year, the turnover of the retail trade increased by 1.8%, according to the Ministry of Economy (MoE).
Non-food retail trade increased 1.7%, fuel retail trade increased 6%, while food trade was virtually unchanged at 0.4%.
The MoE predicts that the future situation of retail will also be affected by the spread of the Covid-19 infection and measures to control it. Citizens continue to be encouraged to take advantage of the opportunities offered by distance selling and consequently to visit outlets less frequently.
In October 2021, compared to October 2020, the turnover of the retail trade decreased by 2.3%. Turnover in September compared to September 2020 increased by 3.9%. Turnover in August compared to August 2020 increased 3.7%. In July, compared to July last year, increased by 4.8%, retail in June billing increased by 5.9%. In May and April, on the other hand, the annual turnover of the retail trade decreased respectively. by 3.2% to 15.6%due to the Covid-19 crisis and the measures taken to control the spread of the infection. In March 2021, the retail turnover increased annually. by 3.2%, but in February of this year it was 8.5% less than a year ago. Also in January 2021 January annual retail turnover decreased by 8.9%.
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