Jobs surge in manufacturing sector in Q3, but exports may stay frail: FICCI

DECCAN CHRONICLE WITH AGENCY INPUTS | Edited by : ARKA CHOWDHURY
Published Feb 11, 2019, 3:46 pm IST
Updated Feb 11, 2019, 3:46 pm IST
There has been a higher yield development amid the third quarter (54 per cent) as against (47 per cent): FICCI.
The rate of respondents detailing low production was as it were 13.5 per cent in Q-3 FY19 as compared to 15 per cent in Q-3 FY18. (Photo: File)
 The rate of respondents detailing low production was as it were 13.5 per cent in Q-3 FY19 as compared to 15 per cent in Q-3 FY18. (Photo: File)

New Delhi: Indeed as hiring and production viewpoint is anticipated to move forward, sends out are likely to be influenced on account of global demand factors within the manufacturing sector in Q3 FY19, an overview by an industry body said.

An increment in rate of respondents can be seen in announcing higher yield development amid the third quarter (54 per cent) as against (47 per cent) within the comparing period of previous fiscal, FICCI’s most recent Quarterly Study on Manufacturing said.

 

The rate of respondents detailing low production was as it were 13.5 per cent in Q-3 FY19 as compared to 15 per cent in Q-3 FY18. On the contracting front as well, the viewpoint for the segment appears to have somewhat made strides for close future, the survey said. Be that as it may, the viewpoint for trades is to some degree steady.

The rupee devalued within the final few months, but no critical increment in trades can be seen, the study noted, including there global factors are confining development of the exports. A higher number of the respondents kept up either more or same level of stock, which is marginally higher as compared to within the past quarter but less than the case in Q3 of 2017-18. This has been due to low domestic and export demands.

The cost of production as a percentage of sales for producers within the overview has risen as per respondents. Usually altogether higher for Q-3 of 2017-18. This is basically due to expanded cost of raw materials, wages, power cost, rising crude oil costs, increment in finance cost and rupee devaluation.

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