|Unit||Index 2015=100, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Source||French National Institute of Statistics and Economic studies (insee)|
|Release||Producer Price Index|
Producer price indices (PPI) in industry for the French market measure trends in transaction prices, exclusive of VAT, for goods from industrial activities and sold on the French market. Producer price indices in industry for foreign markets show trends in transaction prices (converted into Euros and therefore including exchange rate effects), FAB, of goods from the activities of French industry sold on foreign markets. The combination of these two indices determines the producer price indices for industry (French and foreign markets).
These indices are calculated using the monthly price reports on some 24,000 products collected from a representative sample of 4,200 companies in the framework of the Industrial Prices and Corporate Services Observation Survey.
The calculation of Producer and Import Price Indices in industry satisfies a national, European or even an international requirement. They relate to the European regulation on short-term statistics ("STS" EC regulation no. 1165/98 of the Council of 19 May 1998, amended by the EC regulation no. 1158/2005 of the Council of 6 July 2005).
Producer price indices in industry for the French market : measure price evolutions for transactions involving goods and services that comes from the activities of French industry and sold on the French market. The measurement is established at the basic prices (excluding VAT, excluding taxes on the products and with subsidies on the products not deducted, including intra-group transactions), and at the market prices (excluding VAT, taxes on the products, subsidies on the products deducted, excluding intra-group transactions).