SME business output fell by 5% in October and only works with 58% of its potential


Through a CAME survey, it was announced that SME's business fell for the sixth month and the department only operated 58.6% of its capacity. In this framework, 74% believe that their company status is consistent, bad or necessary. Only 18.7% expect to return in the next three months.

"There is a lack of market vulnerability, the low level of the pay chain, levels of diversity and difficulties in paying responsibility to highlight SMEs' business and reduce many companies or to review their continuity, "they said. .

Within a non-construction market, SMEs represented a 5% business in October compared to the same month last year. It is the sixth month in which the business falls.

Compared to September, a 5.6% increase was recorded, which is basically defined by the month's radiology. For the 10 months of the year, a decline of 1.9% compared to the same period of 2017.

The data comes from the CAME Monthly Industry Business Survey that has been made up of 300 SME businesses in the country. The Pyme Index Production Production (IPIP) recorded 79.8 points in October.

The most famous losses in "Leather goods and goods" (-15%), "Rubber and plastics" (-10.8%), "Wood and furniture products" (-10.4%), "Paper, cart, printing and printing "(-8.5%)," Metal, machinery and equipment "(-7.3%)," transport material "(-3.3%)," Textiles and clothing articles "(-3.3%) and "Electronic mechanical, IT and manufacturing products" (-2.5%). On the other hand, "Products Products" did not succeed in changing and growing the "Food Industry" (0.1%) and "Non-Metallic Minerals" (1.6%).

"The production trend does not appear to be back and it will follow at least mid the next year," said Pablo Bozzanno, senior director of the Chamber of Business, Electronics and Communications Industries at Centro de Argentina (CIIECCA). "The ability that is installed is less than 60%, companies are not leaving farewell now, but they are not restoring the lost taxes," it is a & # 39; warning, explaining that the only stronger companies "are those who are exporting and benefitting the valuation and the new price of the dollar."

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