Indexes of Production, Mining and Mineral Commodities 3

Indexes of Production, Mining and Mineral Commodities 3

Table
(1980 = 100)

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993
World{1} 99.9 99.6 97.1 101.1 106.5
Developed market economies{2} 106.2 105.3 105.5 105.5 105.2
North America{3} 94.7 96.2 95.5 94.2 93.0
European Economic Community{4} 96.3 90.7 90.9 89.3 87.2
Less developed market economies{5} 95.5 95.8 91.4 98.0 107.4
World{1} 107.8 98.5 96.7 93.5 91.1
Developed market economies{2} 103.9 93.9 90.7 86.1 82.5
North America{3} 120.8 129.2 124.7 119.4 118.2
European Economic Community{4} 90.5 76.7 73.0 68.1 62.9
Less developed market economies{5} 175.5 181.5 203.0 224.2 244.1
Petroleum and natural gas
World{1} 92.9 93.2 90.4 95.8 103.5
Developed market economies{2} 97.9 98.8 102.4 104.7 107.1
North America{3} 80.5 80.6 81.3 80.5 80.9
European Economic Community{4} 101.5 101.4 105.9 108.1 109.7
Less developed market economies{5} 91.0 91.0 85.6 92.4 102.1
Metals
World{1} 129.8 134.4 134.4 135.8 135.8
Developed market economies{2} 138.0 144.3 143.5 145.1 144.7
North America{3} 138.7 139.8 142.3 143.9 139.0
European Economic Community{4} 70.6 72.0 69.2 65.8 51.8
Less developed market economies{5} 115.6 116.4 118.4 119.6 118.1
Manufacturing (total) 128.5 128.0 126.6 125.6 126.0

{1}Excluding Albania, China, former Czechoslovakia, North Korea, former U.S.S.R., Vietnam,
and former Yugoslavia.
{2}Includes North America (Canada and the United States), Europe (excluding former Czech-
oslovakia and the European countries of the former U.S.S.R.), Australia, Israel, Japan,
New Zealand, and South Africa.
{3}Canada and the United States.
{4}Now European Union; includes Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland,
Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
{5}Includes Caribbean nations, Central and South America, Africa (excluding South Africa),
Asia (excluding China, North Korea, Israel, Japan, Vietnam, and Asian countries of the
former U.S.S.R.), and Oceania (excluding Australia and New Zealand).

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