Retail trade turnover in Ukraine in Jan-July up 4.2% - stats agency

In July, the turnover increased by 12.1% to the previous month.



Retail turnover in Ukraine in January-July 2020 rose by 4.2% year-on-year, according to the State Statistics Service.

In July, the turnover increased by 12.1% to the previous month, the report reads.

Read alsoUkrainians leave record-high cashless tips in restaurants in JulyThe State Statistics Service noted that the data provided does not take into account information from the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the city of Sevastopol, and the temporarily occupied territories in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

Retail trade: background

  • Retail trade in Ukraine grew by 3% in comparable prices in January-June 2020 (H1) year-over-year (y-o-y), to UAH 528.7 billion (US$19 billion).
  • Retail turnover increased most in Chernihiv region (by 10.8%, to UAH 9.9 billion/US$356.4 million), Luhansk region (by 10% to UAH 5 billion/US$180 million), and Volyn region (by 7.9% to UAH 9.8 billion/US$352.8 million), according to the Ukrainian State Statistics Service.
  • In June 2020 alone, it rose by 1.4% against June 2019.
  • Retail trade turnover for 2019 was up 10.5% on year.

Author: UNIAN

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