The new orders in manufacturing went up year-on-year by 11.3 percent in the first nine months of the year, according to the data of the National Institute of Statistics (INS).

The increase was due to the increase in wide consumption goods industry (27.7 percent), intermediary goods industry (15.7 percent), capital goods industry (9.1 percent) and FMCG industry (3.5 percent).

The new orders in manufacturing industry increased in September year-on-year by 5.1 percent due to the increases in wide consumer goods industry (68.9 percent) and intermediary goods (15.1 percent). On the other hand, the decreases were registered in capital goods industry (-2.3 percent) and FMCG industry (-0.9 percent).

Also, the new orders in manufacturing period increased in September compared with August by 10 percent due to results in wide consumer goods (21.5 percent), FMCG goods (10.4 percent), intermediary goods (10 percent) and capital goods industry (9 percent).