Figures industry and construction

The Short-Term Survey in Industry and Construction (sections B to F of ÖNACE 2008) introduced in 1996 serves as a vital source of information for the analysis of economic development in Austria. It serves as a basis for the calculation of relevant economic indicators, forecasts and national accounts. The survey also provides politicians and government authorities with important basic information for economic policy decisions. Market producers use the results to aid their decision-making regarding the choice of location or the development of new markets.

The information relevant to the business cycle is collected in a monthly survey of about 10 000 companies. This includes variables such as turnover, incoming and level of orders, employees, hours worked and earnings. Reporting is mandatory for all enterprises that exceed pre-defined legal cut-off thresholds.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, short-term statistics in industry and construction. 30 November 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, short-term statistics in industry and construction. 30 November 2022. – data on orders not collected in divisions D and E.

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2022-11-30 file Turnover in industry and construction in October 2022 +17.4 % according to flash estimate
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2022-10-27 file Turnover in industry and construction +37.1 % in September 2022 according to flash estimate
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2022-09-29 file Turnover in industry and construction in August 2022 +23.1 % according to flash estimate
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2022-08-30 file Turnover in industry and construction in July 2022 +16.6 % according to flash estimate
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2022-07-28 file Turnover in industry and construction in June 2022 +28.9 % according to flash estimate
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2022-04-28 file Turnover in industry and construction for March 2022 significantly above pre-crisis level (+54.9%); transport volume in road freight transport increased in the first quarter of 2022
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2022-03-30 file Turnover in industry and construction in February 2022 rose by 40.3% compared to February 2021 and by 42.1% compared to February 2019
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2022-03-04 file Austrian Recovery Barometer: Austria's GDP grows by 4.5% in 2021; economic output at year-end just below pre-crisis level
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2022-02-28 file Turnover in industry and construction in January 2022 rose by 40.2% compared to January 2021
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2022-01-28 file Turnover in industry and construction for December 2021 significantly above pre-crisis level (+44.7%); transport volume in road freight transport decreased in the fourth quarter of 2021
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