|Unit||Vol. Index 2016=100, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
The industrial production index for Russia covers mining, manufacturing and utilities. The monthly index is presented in several analytic forms, and starts at 2000. The annual index includes OKVED detail and starts at 1992.
The index of production is a relative indicator characterising changes in the production output over comparable periods. There are individual and aggregate indices of industrial production. The individual index reflects changes of one product output and is calculated as a ratio of production volume of this type of product in quantity terms in the comparable periods. The aggregate index of production characterises integrated changes in production of all types goods and products and reflects changes of the value generated in the process of production as a result of only quantitative changes of physical volume of production.
To compute the aggregate index of industrial production, individual indices for definite types of production are aggregated stage by stage into indices of kinds of economic activities, subgroups, groups, subclasses and classes, subsections and sections. Index of industrial production is aggregated index by kinds of activities "Mining and quarrying", "Manufacturing", "Electricity, gas and water production and supply". To ensure the definition of production indices, the base year generated data acts as a weight in index calculation.
This compilation was prepared by Rosstat on the basis of data obtained by state statistics from enterprises and organizations, through censuses, sample surveys and other forms of statistical monitoring, as well as materials of international organizations.
The fixed-base indexes are rebased annually.
Moody's Analytics archives the moving-base indexes in conjunction with the fixed-base indexes.