Bulgaria's Final Agriculture Output up 13.5% Y/YBusiness | December 20, 2011, Tuesday // 18:36| views
Added Value in agriculture in Bulgaria rose by 13.1% as compared with a year ago. File photo by Sofia Photo Agency
The final output at basic prices of agriculture went up by 13.5% or BGN 8441 M, compared with a year ago.
These are the first estimates of Bulgaria's National Statistical Institute, prepared as of November, and published Tuesday.
The increase was mainly due to the rise in prices - by 15.9%.
The final output at basic prices in cereal crops amounted to BGN 2298 M. It had the highest share in the final output of agriculture (27.2%), followed by share of the final output of industrial crops (20.9%), livestock (13.3%) and animal products (13.2%).
In 2011, intermediate consumption increased by 13.7% as compared with a year ago mainly due to the increase of prices - by 8.8%. The most significant share of the intermediate consumption has feeding stuffs - 29.7% and energy and lubricants - 20.1%.
Added Value in agriculture rose by 13.1% as compared with a year ago, mainly due to the price increase - by 31.9%
Operating surplus/mixed income in agriculture went up by 21.5% as compared to the previous year, mainly due to the increase of subsidies by BGN 202 M.
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