Manufacturing Production in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Table

Manufacturing Production in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Table

Table
1980 = 100

Country 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 %{3}

Bulgaria{2} 139 116 90 76 ... -16
Former Czechoslovakia 125 121 89 74 ... -17
Hungary 111 101 76 63 65 3
Poland 109 80 70 71 77 8
Former Soviet Union 139 139 126 ... ... -9

{1}Romania not available.
{2}All industries.
{3}% change, latest year shown from previous year.
Source: UN, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics.

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