Turkey’s capacity utilization decreases in October
Turkey’s capacity utilization rates increased in durable goods to 76.7% in October from 74.9 in September and by 0.5% to 76.9% from 76.4 in investment goods while utilization rates decreased by 1.8% to 71% from 72.8 in non-durable goods, by 1.1% to 72.1% from 73.2 in consumer goods and by 1.2% to 69.7% from 70.9 in the food and beverage sector in October.
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