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Total Producer Price Index in October 2021 increased by 3.8% compared to the previous month and by 24.1% compared to the same month of 2020. Producer Price Index on Domestic Market in October 2021 increased by 4.5% compared to the previous month; compared to the same month of 2020 the domestic prices rose by 25.2%.
In November 2021, the National Statistical Institute conducted the monthly inquiry survey of the managers of accommodation establishments to gather accurate and timely information on the state and development of their businesses during the ensuing epidemic situation in the country.
In November 2021, the total business climate indicator decreases by 2.2 percentage points in comparison with its October level as a result of the worsened business climate in construction, retail trade and service sector.
In October 2021, in the conditions of the continuing epidemic situation, the number of the trips of Bulgarian residents abroad was 519.7 thousand, or by 5.4% above the registered in October 2020.
In October 2021, the number of arrivals of visitors from abroad to Bulgaria was 567.6 thousand, or by 35.4% above in comparison with October 2020, as the transit was 53.3% (302.4 thousand) of all visits of foreigners in the country.
In September 2021 compared to August 2021 an increase is reported for the production of: solid fuels - by 10.6% and electricity - by 3.9%. At the same time a decrease is reported for the deliveries of: liquefied petroleum gases - by 18.2%, unleaded motor gasoline - by 13.7% and transport diesel - by 12.8%. No change for the production of natural gas.
In September 2021 compared to August 2021 an increase is reported for the deliveries of: solid fuels - by 8.7% and natural gas - by 5.1%. At the same time a decrease is reported for the deliveries of: liquefied petroleum gases - by 14.6%, unleaded motor gasoline - by 9.8%, transport diesel - by 8.4% and electricity - by 12.7%.
Main results from the short business survey amongst the non-financial enterprises, aiming at presenting information on the economic effects from the declared state of emergency and the ensuing epidemic situation in the country due to COVID-19.
According to preliminary data during the third quarter of 2021 both the goods carried and the transport performance by the freight land and water transport increased in comparison with the same quarter of 2020.
In the third quarter of 2021 there was a decrease in the transported passengers (by 2.5%) as well in the transport performance (by 1.3%) from the passenger transport (land, water and urban electrical transport) compared to the same period of the previous year.
According to the preliminary data for the third quarter of 2021 the total turnover index in section ‘Transportation, storage and post’, calculated on the basis of seasonally adjusted data increased by 2.2% compared to the second quarter of 2021. In section ‘Information and communication’ the turnover index increased by 4.3%.
In the third quarter of 2021, during the continuing epidemic situation in the country, 1 327.7 thousand Bulgarian residents made tourist trips. The majority - 95.5% of them travelled only within the country, 4.0% - only abroad and 0.5% - both in the country and abroad.