CPB: World Trade Monitor spadł we IX o 0,8 proc. mdm

World Trade Monitor, wskaźnik obrazujący dynamikę wolumenu handlu międzynarodowego, spadł we wrześniu 2021 roku o 0,8 proc. mdm – podało holenderskie Biuro Analizy Polityki Gospodarczej (CPB).

Indeks ten jest skorygowany m.in. o zmiany cen surowców, mogące zaburzać odnajdywanie trendów w danych.

W sierpniu World Trade Monitor wzrósł o 0,7 proc. po korekcie.

Wskaźnik ten jest opracowywany na zlecenie Komisji Europejskiej. (PAP Biznes)

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