Manufacturing Activity Falls 10%

Because of the drop in production and sales, in April the Monthly Manufacturing Activity Index in the Dominican Republic dropped 10% with respect to the same month in 2018.

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Monthly Manufacturing Activity Index (IMAM) of the Association of Industries of the Dominican Republic (AIRD) fell from 60.7 in March to 56.0 in April, according to the sector guild.

The report states that "... Three of the five variables that make up the index went down. Throughout 2018 and 2019, the index has remained above 50 which reflects growth in manufacturing activity.

Regarding these variables analyzed, three of the five variables showed decreases: "sales volume" went from 64.8 in March 2019, to 58.5 in April 2019; "production volume" went from 66.4 in March 2019, to 60.2 in April of this year, while "raw material inventory" went from 59.6 in March 2019 to 57.0 in April.

The "employment" variable increased from 47.7 in March to 50.7 in April, and the " supplier delivery term" increased from 49.1 in March to 50.4 in April 2019.
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