Food retail sales increased by 0.3%. Retail trade of non-food products (excluding automotive fuel retail) decreased by 7.3%, but automotive fuel retail turnover – by 2.6% .
Compared to November 2020, the most notable growth in turnover was recorded in retail by mail order or via the Internet (35.1%) and retail trade in pharmaceuticals and medical products (6.2% ). A decline in turnover was recorded in the retail trade of cultural and leisure goods (by 15.5%), the retail trade of hardware, instruments, building materials and sanitary equipment (14.9%) , as well as retail trade in clothing, footwear and leather goods (14.6%). %).
Total retail sales at current prices increased by 5.9% (excluding the calendar effect).
Compared to October, the total turnover of retail trade enterprises in November 2021 fell by 3.6%, according to seasonally adjusted data at constant prices. Compared to October, in November 2021, total retail sales at current prices (excluding seasonality) decreased by 5.4%.
The figures were likely influenced by the fact that November included two weeks of Covid-induced “lockdown”, with restrictions on retail being partially eased on November 15.
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