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UNITED

NATIONS

NATIONS

STATISTICAL ANNUAIRE

YEARBOOK

STATISTIQUE N I NT H

U N I E 5

1957

I S S U E - N E U V I E ME

A' N N E E

Statistical Office of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Bureau de statistique de I'Organisation des Nations Unies Departement des affaires economiques et sociales

NEW YORK, 1957

KRAUS REPRINT CO. Millwood, New York 1975

Reprinted ll'ith the permission o/ the United Nations .

KRAUS REPRINT CO. A U.S. Division of Kraus-Thomson Organization Limited Printed in U.S.A.

TABLE Of CONTENTS-TABLE DES MATIERES [Index alphabetique des sujets a la fin de 1' Annuaire.] t Nouveau tableau introduit dans le present Annuaire. t Tableau retabli dans le present Annuaire.

[Alphabetical subject index at the end of the Yearbook.] t New table introduced in this issue. t Table reinstated in this issue.

Table

'Tableau

Page INTRODUCTION

11

INTRODUCTION

1. Superficie, densite, population et taux d'accroissement pour chaque pays et territoire du monde: dernier recensement et estimations au milieu des annees 1953, 1956 .............••. 1A Monde: population, superficie, densite: 1920, 1930, 1940, 1950, 1956 ................... . 2. Taux bruts de natalite: moyennes 1920-1924, 1930-1934; annees 1951-1956 ............. . 3. Taux bruts de mortalite: moyennes 1920-1924, 1930-1934; annees 1951-1956 ............. . 4. Taux de mortalite infantile: moyennes 19201924, 1930-1934; annees 1951-1956 ........ . 5. Esperance de vie aux ages 0, 20, 40, 60 ..... .

21 35 36 39 42 45

MANPOWER

21 35 36 39 42 45

MAIN-D'OEUVRE

6. Economically active population ............ . 7. Employment, excluding agriculture, index numbers: 1929-1956 ..................... . 8. Employment in manufacturing, index numbers: 1929-1956 ......................... . 9. Hours worked, manufacturing: 1932-1956 ... .

70 72

10. Unemployment: 1932-1956 ............... .

73

6. Population active ........................ . 7. Emploi, non compris !'agriculture, indices: 1929-1956 .............................. . 8. Emploi, industries manufacturieres, indices: 1929-1956 .............................. . 9. Duree du travail, industries manufacturieres: 1932-1956 .............................. . 10. Chomage: 1932-1956 .................... .

50 69

AGRICULTURE

11. Index numbers of agriculture production: prewar and 1952/53-1955/56.............. 12. Wheat, production: 1937-1956. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13. Rye, production: 1937-1956. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. Maize (corn), production: 1937-1956....... 15. Barley, production: 1937-1956............. 16. Oats, production: 1937-1956............... 17. Rice, production: 1934-1938; 1948-1956..... 18. Groundnuts (peanuts), production: 1934-1938; 1950-1956............................... 19. Cottonseed, production: 1937-1956......... 20. Linseed (flaxseed), production: 1937-1956. . . 21. Soybeans, production: 1934-1938; 1948-1956. 22. Palm oil and palm kernels, exports: 1934-1938; 1948-1956............................... 23. Potatoes, production: 1937-1956............ 24. Cacao, exports or production: 1937-1956.... 25. Coffee, production: 1937-1956............. 26. Tea, production: 1934-1938; 1948-1956..... 27. Tobacco, production: 1937-1956............ 28. Cotton (ginned), production: 1937-1956..... 29. Livestock: prewar and 1952/53-1955/56..... 30. Wool, production: prewar, 1939/40-1956/57. 31. Milk, production: prewar and 1950-1956. . . .

15

POPULATION

POPULATION

1. Area, density, population and rate of population increase for each country and territory of the world: latest census and midyear estimates, 1953, 1956 .............................. . 1A World population, area, density: 1920, 1930, 1940, 1950, 1956 ........................ . 2. Crude birth rates: averages 1920-1924, 19301934; years 1951-1956 ................... . 3. Crude death rates: averages 1920-1924, 19301934; years 1951-1956 ................... . 4. Infant mortality rates: averages 1920-1924, 1930-1934; years 1951-1956 .............. . 5. Expectation of life at ages, 0, 20, 40, 60 ..... .

Page

50 69 70 72 73

AGRICULTURE

11. Indices de la production agricole: avant-guerre . et 1952/53-1955/56....................... 12. Froment, production: 1937-1956............ 13. Seigle, production: 1937-1956.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. Mais, production: 1937-1956............... 15. Orge, production: 1937-1956............... 16. Avoine, production: 1937-1956............. 17. Riz, production: 1934-1938; 1948-1956...... 18. Arachides, production: 1934'...::-1938; 1950-1956

78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

19. 20. 21. 22.

88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 102 103

23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

3

Graines de coton, production: 1937-1956.... Lin (graines), production: 1937-1956.... . . . . Soya, production: 1934-1938; 1948-1956.... Huile et noix de palme, export.: 1934-1938; 1948-1956............................... Pommes de terre, production: 1937-1956.... Feves de cacao, export. ou prod.: 1937-1956.. Cafe, production: 1937-1956............... The, production: 1934-1938; 1948-1956..... Tabac, production: 1937-1956. . . . . . . . . . . . . Coton (egrene), production: 1937-1956.. . . . . Cheptel: avant-guerre et 1952/53-1955/56... Laine, prod.: av.-guerre, 1939/40-1956/57... Lait, production: avant-guerre et 1950-1956..

78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 102 103

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Table

Tableau

FORESTRY

32. Roundwood, prod.: "1937, 1938, 1953-1956... 33. Natural rubber, production or net exports: 1937-1956... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FORETS

108

32. Bois rond, prod.: 1937, 1938, 1953-1956..... 33. Caoutchouc nature!, production ou exportations nettes: 1937-1956.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

109

FISHING

34. Fish catches: prewar, 1950-1956 ...... ,. .... . 35. Whaling: prewar, 1950/51-1956/57 ...' ..... .

110 112

34. Quantites pechees: avant-guerre, 1950-1956.. 35. Peche a Ia baleine: avant-guerre, 1950/511956/57... . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . .. . ..

44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67.

Structure of mining and quarrying.... . . . . . . Coal, production: 1937-1956............... Lignite, production: 1937-1956............. Natural gas, production: 1937-1956.. . . . . . . . Crude petroleum, production: 1937-1956.... Manganese ore (Mn content), production: 1937-1956............................... Iron ore (iron content), production: 1937-1956 Copper ore (Cu content), production: 19371956.................................... Lead ore (Pb content), production: 19371956.................................... Zinc ore (Zn content), production: 19371956.................................... Tin concentrates (Sn content), production: 1937-:_1956............................... Bauxite, production: 1937-1956............ Chrome ore (Cr 20 3 content), production: 1937-1956............................... Molybdenum ore (Mo content) and Vanadium ore (V content), production: 1937-1956. . . . . Tungsten ore (W0 3 content), production: 1937-1956............................... Nickel ore (Nicontent), production: 1937-1956 Cobalt ore, production: 1937-1956.......... Antimony ore (Sb content), production: 19371956.................................... Quicksilver (mercury), production: 1937-1956 Gold, production: 1937-1956..... . . . . . . . . . . Silve~ production: 1937-1956. ...... .. ..... Diamonds, production: prewar, 1950-1956... Asbestos, production: 1937-1956............ Magnesite, production: 1937-1956. . . . . . . . . . Salt, production: prewar, 1950-1956........ Pyrites, prod. and sulphur content: 1937-1956 Phosphate rock, production: prewar, 19501956.................................... Potash (K 20 content), production: prewar, 1950-1956............................... Sulphur, production: 1937-1956............ Roofing slates, production: prewar, 19491956....................................

109

110 112

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE

36. Indice mondial: 1948-juin 1957 ........... . 37. Indices: 1929-juin 1957 .................. .

114 120

MINING, QUARRYING

38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

108

PECHE

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

36. World index: 1948-June 1957 ............. . 37. Index numbers: 1929-June 1957 ........... .

Page

114 120

INDUSTRIES EXTRACTIVES

140 147 150 151 152

38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

155 157

44. 45.

159 46. 161 47. 163 48. 165 166

49. 50.

167 51. 168 52. 169 170 171

53. 54. 55.

172 173 174 177 179 180 181 182 185

56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

187 65. 188 189

66. 67.

189

4

Industr. extractives: donnees fondamentales.. Houille, production: 1937-1956............. Lignite, production: 1937-1956..... . . . . . . . . Gaz nature!, production: 1937-1956......... Petrole brut, production: 1937-1956......... Minerai de manganese (Mn contenu), production: 1937-1956.......................... Minerai de fer (Fe contenu), prod.: 1937-1956 Minerai de cuivre (Cu contenu), production: 1937-1956............................... Minerai de plomb (Pb contenu), production: 1937-1956............................... Minerai de zinc (Zn contenu), production: 1937-1956 ........................ ,...... Concentres d'etain (Sn contenu), production: 1937-1956............................... Bauxite, production: 1937-1956............ Minerai de chrome (Cr 20 3 contenu), production: 1937-1956.......................... Minerais de molybdene (Mo contenu) et de vanadium (V contenu), prod.: 1937-1956.... Minerai de tungstene (W0 3 contenu), production: 1937-1956.......................... Min.denickel(Nicont.),prod.:1937-1956 .. Minerai de cobalt, production: 1937-1956... Minerai d'antimoine (Sb contenu), production:1937-1956 .......................... Mercure, production: 1937-1956............ Or, production: 1937-1956................ Argent, production: 1937-1956. . . . . . . . . . . . . Diamants, prod.: avant-guerre, 1950-1956... Amiante, production: 1937-1956..... . . . . . . . Magnesite, production: 1937-1956. . . . . . . . . . Sel, production: avant-guerre, 1950-1956. . . . Pyrites, prod. et contenu en soufre: 1937-1956 Phosphates naturels, production: avant-guerre, 1950-1956............................... Sels potassiques (K 20), production: avantguerre, 1950-1956........................ Soufre, production: 1937-1956............. Ardoises pour toitures, production: avantguerre, 1949-1956........................

140 147 150 151 152 155 157 159 161 163 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 177 179 180 181 182 185 187 188 189 189

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Table

Tableau INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES

MANUFACTURING

68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. t90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102.

249 250 251

107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114.

Roofing tiles, production: prewar, 1949-1956. Pig-iron and ferro-alloys, prod.: 1937-1956. . Crude steel, production: 1937-1956.......... Copper, smelter production: 1937-1956...... Zinc, smelter production: 1937-1956.........

267 269 271 273 275

104. 105. 106.

68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81.

Structure of manufacturing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Meat, production: prewar, 1952-1956....... 197 Butter, production: prewar, 1949-1956. . . . . . 201 Cheese, production: prewar, 1949-1956..... . 203 Canned fish, production: 1938, 1948-1956... 205 Salted fish, production: 1938, 1948-1956..... 206 Wheat flour, production: prewar, 1950-1956.. 207 Sugar, production: 1937/38-1956/57.. . . . . . . 209 Margarine, production: prewar, 1950-1956.. 212 Olive oil, production: 1937-1956........... 213 Wine, production: 1937-1956.............. 214 Beer, production: prewar, 1950-1956........ 215 Tobaccoproducts,prod.:prewar,1950-1956.. 217 Cotton spinning spindles, number installed: January 1939, July 1956....... . . . . . . . . . . . . 223 Cotton looms, number installed: 1936, 1957. . 224 Cotton yarn, production: prewar, 1949-1956. . 225 Wovencottonfabrics,prod.:prewar,1950-1956 227 Wool spinning spindles and looms, number installed: 1938, 1956. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229 Wool yarn, production: prewar, 1949-1956... 230 Woven woollen fabrics, prod.: prewar, 1950-56 231 Rayon and acetate filament yarn, production: prewar, 1949-1956........................ 233 Rayon and acetate staple, production: prewar, 1949-1956.0 0.. 0.. 000. 0.................. 234 Non-cellulosic fibres, production: 1950-1956.. 235 Woven rayon and acetate fabrics, production: prewar, 1950-1956........................ 236 Footwear, production: prewar, 1950-1956.... 238 Lumber, production: 1937, 1938, 1954-1956.. 241 Wood pulp, production: prewar, 1950-1956. . 243 Newsprint, production: prewar, 1950-1956. . . 245 Paper other than newsprint, production: prewar, 1950-1956 .......................... · 246 Sulphuric acid, prod.: prewar, 1950-1956.... 247 249 Hydrochloric acid, prod.: prewar, 1949-1956 Nitric acid, production: prewar, 1949-1956.. Caustic soda, production: prewar, 1950-1956. Soda ash, production: 1937-1956.......... Superphosphates, production: prewar, 19501956.................................... Nitrogenous fertilizers, production: 1938/39, 1949/50-1956/57......................... Rubber, synthetic and reclaimed, production: 1937-1956............................... Natural gasoline, prod.: prewar, 1950-1956.. Petroleum products, production: prewar,19501956.................................... Metallurgical coke, prod.: prewar, 19 50-19 56. Cement, production: prewar, 1950-1956.... Building bricks, prod.: prewar, 1949-19 56. . .

103.

Page

82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89.

Industries manufact., donnees fondamentales. Viande, production: av.-guerre, 1952-1956 ... Beurre, production: avant-guerre, 1949-1956 .. Fromage, production: avant-guerre, 1949-19 56 Poisson en conserve, prod.: 1938, 1948-1956 .. Poisson sale, production: 1938, 1948-1956 .... Farine de froment, prod.: av.-g. 1950-1956 .. Sucre, production: 1937/38-1956/57 ....... . Margarine, prod.: av.-guerre, 1950-1956 ... . Huile d'olive, production: 1937-1956 ....... . Vin, production: 1937-1956 ............... . Biere, production: av.-guerre, 1950-1956 .... . Tabacs, production: avant-guerre, 1950-1956. Broches a filer le eaton, nombre installe: janvier 1939, juillet 1956 ..................... . Metiers a tisser le eaton, nombre: 1936, 1957 .. Files de eaton, prod.: av.-guerre, 1949-1956 .. Tissus de eaton, prod.: av.-guerre, 1950-1956 .. Broches a filer et metiers a tisser la laine, nombre installe: 1938, 1956 ................... . Files de laine, prod.: av.-guerre, 1949-1956 .. Tissus de laine, prod.: av.-guerre, 1950-56 .. Rayonne et acetate (fil), production: avantguerre, 1949-1956 ........................ . Fibranne, production: av.-guerre, 1949-19 56.

t90. Fibres non cellulosiques, prod.: 1950-1956 ... 91. Tissus de rayonne et acetate, production: avant-guerre, 1950-1956 .................. . 92. Chaussures, prod.: avant-guerre, 1950-1956 .. 93. Boisscie, production: 1937,1938,1954-1956 .. 94. Pate de bois, prod.: avant-guerre. 1950-1956 .. 95. Papierjournal, prod.: av. guerre, 1950-1956 .. 96. Papier autre que papier journal, production: avant-guerre, 1950-1956 .................. . 97. Acide sulfurique, prod.: av.-guerre, 1950-1956 98. Acide chlorhydrique, prod.: avant-guerre, 1949-1956 .............................. . 99. Acide nitrique, prod.: av.-guerre, 1949-1956 .. 100. Soudecaustique, prod.: av.-guerre, 1950-1956. 101. Gendre de soude, production: 1937-1956 .... 102. Superphosphates, production: avant-guerre, 1950-1956 .............................. . 103: Engrais azotes, production: 1938/39, 1949/501956/57.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104. Caoutchouc synthetique et regenere, production: 1937-1956........................... 105. Gazolinenat. prod.: avant-guerre, 1950-1956. 106. Produits derives du petrole, production: avantguerre, 1950-1956......................... 107. Coke metall., prod.: avant-guerre, 1950-1956 108. Ciment, production: avant-guerre, 1950-1956. 109. Briques de construction, prod.: avant-guerre, 1949-1956............................... 110. Tuiles, production: avant-guerre, 1949-1956.. 111. Fonte et ferro-alliages, production: 1937-1956. 112. Acier brut, production: 1937-1956.......... 113. Cuivre, production de fonderie: 1937-1956.. 114. Zinc, production de fonderie; 1937-1956....

252 253 254 255 256 262 263 265

5

190 197 201 203 205 206 207 209 212 213 214 215 217 223 224 225 227 229 ·230 231 233 234 235 236 238 241 243 245 246 247 249 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 262 263 265 267 269 271 273 275

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MANUFACTURING

Lead, smelter production: 1937-1956....... . Magnesium, production: 1937-1956......... Tin, smelter production: 1937-1956......... Aluminium, production: 1937-1956.......... Wireless receivers (radios), production: prewar, 1949-1956........................... 120. Merchant vessels, tonnage launched: prewar, 1947-1956 .. 121. Motor vehicles, production and assembly: prewar, 1949-1956........................... 0.

0

0

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0

0

0

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INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES

(continued!

115. 116. 117. 118. 119.

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0

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0

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276 277 278 279

115. 116. 117. 118. 119.

Plomb, production de fonderie: 1937-1956... Magnesium, production: 1937-1956..... . . . Etain, production de fonderie: 1937-1956.... Aluminium, production: 1937-1956.......... Pastes recepteurs de T.S.F., production: avantguerre, 1949-1956......................... 120. Navires marchands, tonnage lance: av.-guerre, 1947-1956 ............... , ............... 121. Vehicules automobiles, production et montage: avant-guerre, 1949-1956................ ...

280 281 282

CONSTRUCTION

122. Batiment, construction neuve: avant-guerre, 1950-1956 ...

285

0

ELECTRICITY, GAS

280 281 282

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0

0

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0

0

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285

ELECTRICITE, GAZ

123. Electric energy, installed capacity: prewar, 1950-1956 ... 124. Electric energy, prod.: prewar, 1950-1956. . . 125. Manufactured gas, prod.: prewar, 1950-1956. 0

0

0

0

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0

0

0

0

0

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0

0

0

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123. Energie electrique, puissance installee: avantguerre, 1950-1956......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124. Energie elect., prod.: av.-guerre, 1950-1956.. 125. Gaz d'usine, prod.: avant-guerre, 1950-1956..

292 299 307

CONSUMPTION

292 299 307

CONSOMMATION

126. Gross food supplies: prewar, 1949/50-1956/57 127. Net food supplies per capita: pre~ar, 1949/501956/57 ... 128. Energy: 1937,1953-1956................... 129. Cotton: 1934/35-1938/39; 1950/51-1956/57. 130. Wool: average 1934-1938; 1950-1956...... 131. · Rubber: 1937, 1938, 1951-1956...... . . . . . . . 132. Steel: aver. 1936-38, 1950-52; 1954-1956.... 133. Tin: 1937, 1938, 1951-1956................ 134. Phosphatic fertilizers: 1938, 1949/50-1956/57 135. Nitrogenous fertilizers: 1938,1949/50-1956/57 136. Potash fertilizers: 1938, 1949/50-1956/57.. . . . 0

276 277 278 279

CONSTRUCTION

122. New building: prewar, 1950-1956...........

0

!suite!

. . . . . .

0

0

0

0

0.

0

0

0

0

0

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0

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0

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310

126. Disponibilites alimentaires brutes: avantguerre, 1949/50-1956/57 ...... ,..... .. ..... 127. Disponibilites alimentaires nettes par habitant: avant-guerre, 1949/50-1956/57............. 128. Energie: 1937, 1953-1956.................. 129. Caton: 1934/35-1938/39; 1950/51-1956/57.. 130. Laine: moyenne 1934-1938; 1950-1956...... 131. Caoutchouc: 1937,1938,1951-1956 ....... ~. 132. Acier: moy., 1936-38, 1950-52; 1954-1956.. 133. Etain: 1937, 1938, 1951-1956.............. 134. Engrais phosphates: 1938, 1949/50-1956/57. . 135. Engrais azotes: 1938 1949/50-1956/57...... 136. Engrais potassiques: 1938, 1949/50-1956/57..

316 320 323 324 325 326 328 329 330 331

TRANSPORT

310 316 320 323 324 325 326 328 329 330 331

TRANSPORTS

137. World railway traffic; freight net ton-km: 1929-1956 ... 138. Railway traffic: prewar, 1950-1956......... 139. Motor vehicles in use: prewar, 1948-1956.... 0

0

0

0

0.

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0

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140. Merchant shipping, fleets: prewar, 1947-1956. 141. International sea-borne shipping, world total (goods loaded and unloaded): 1929-19 56. . . . 142. International sea-borne shipping: prewar, 1950-1956 ............................... f143. Ocean freight rates, indexes: 1948-Sept. 1957. 144. Civil aviation: prewar, 1952-1956.......... 145. International tourist travel: 1948-1956....... 146. International tourist travel in 1955, 1956.....

137. Trafic mondial des chemins de fer, marchandises tonnes-km nettes: 1929-1956. . . . . . 333 138. Chemins de fer, trafic: av.-guerre, 1950-1956. 334 139. Vehicules automobiles en circulation: avantguerre, 1948-1956......................... 339 140. Transports marit., fiotte march.: 1929-1956.. 345 141. Transports marit. internat., total mondial (march. embarq. et dcbarq.): 1929-1956.... 347 142. Transports maritimes internationaux: avantguerre, 1950-1956........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 348 f143. Frets maritimes, indices: 1948-sept. 19 57. . . . 357 144. Aviation civile: avant-guerre, 1952-1956.... 359 145. Tourisme international: 1948-1956......... 364 146. Tourisme international en 1955, 1956........ 368

333 334 339 345 34 7 348 357 359 364 368

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Tableau

COMMUNICATIONS

147. Letter mail, number of letters sent or received: prewar, 1951-1956............. . . . . . . . . . . . 148. Telegraph service, number of telegrams sent or received: prewar, 1951-1956........ . . . . . . . . 149. Telephones, number: 1932,1937,1953-1956..

COMMUNICATIONS

381 386

147. Courrier postal, nombre de lettres envoyees ou re!AT [Royaume-Uni]

Palestine ••••.••••••••••••••••• G

141500 93.8

... ... ... . ..

4 01 1.0 637.1

... . .. . .. . .. . .. . ..

... ... 89.5 ... . ..

15 472.0

1.7 3 562.0 832.0

......

80.9

...

161.0 76.0

43.0 910.0 84.2 37.8 816.9 244.5 5.4 3 086.0 219.3 147.9

. ..

225.6 3.5 178.0

. ..

37.0 1 300.0 104.2 35.7 750.9 508.8

25.7 1 666.3 121.6 41.0 744.0 572.6

25.5 1 899.7 130.4 39.6 819.0 616.9

29.7 2 293.5 152.2 46.7 828.5 628.5

31.3 2 517.9 180.3 45.9 839.0 651.5

40.3 2 647.5 193.2

6.7 3 666.4 276.9 143.6 239.0

7.5 4 819.6 278.2 135.8 243.0

7.7 4 521.6 257.3 147.0 249.0

9.2 4544.6 247.2 137.3 259.7

10.7 4 912.8 259.3 136.8 270.9

10.3 4 762.6 340.9

299.1 4.2 187.0 110.0

317.6 5.6 191.5 100.2

311.9 5.7 205.0 102.5

364.6 6.3 229.8 119.4

385.2 6.2 213.0 11 1.5

416.0

... . ..

1 012.3

...

277.0

. ..

217.9 139.5

................ ············

Indonesia

lsrael16 Japon Coree du Sud Malaisie, Fed. de Pakistan Philippines Sing a pour Thailande Turquie EUROPE

EUROPE Belgium 10 ............... Denmark 1° .............. Faeroe Islands 10 •. ·••.•. Finland France 1• 18.

Ceylan Chine: Cont. 14 Taiwan Hong-Kong In de

32.9 89.3 66.3 19.0 286.1

38.9 89.0 57.7 26.8 356.9

42.8 97.1 63.0 44.4 530.3

58.5 251.2 97.5 65.8 454.1

56.7 292.9 92.7 65.7 528.4

Source: Data furnished by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

70.6 323.9 87.1 57.5 488.4

74.4 342.8 88.8 62.1 520.3

72.0 359.4 89.4 65.5 500.2

80.0 425.3 105.6 63.3 522.7

69.1 463.0 116.3 60.2 537.9

Belgique 10 Denemark 10 lies Feroe 10 Finlande France 1. 18

Source: Donnees fournies par I'Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'ali· mentation et l'agriculture Remarque. Les donnees engle bent, autant que possible, Ia pEkhe maritime

Note. The data cover, as far as possible, both sea and inland fisheries;

et interieure; toutes celles de 1938 et des annees d'apres-guerre sent

those for 1938 and post-war years are all expressed in terms of live weight. They generally include seaweed, crustaceans and molluscs, but not
113

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION - PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE

36.

World index of industrial production By regions and selected industries

1953= 100 Mining -Mines

Manufacturing -Industries manufacturieres

Selected industries -lndustri'=._ speci~~-

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Mining and manufacturing

Mines et Period Periode

manufacfu ..

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1-3

- Food, bever-

Petroleum and natural gas Petrole brut

industries

ges, tobacco

Clothing

Aliments, bois-

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Coal Houille

Metal

gaz nature!

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sons, tabac

Textiles

- Habillement -----

1

11

12

13

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20-22

23

24

WORLD 2- MONDE 2 Weight in%--··

100.0

9.9

1948 ••••.••••• 1949 •••••••••• 1950 •••••••••• 1951. •.••••••• 1952 ••••••••.•

73 73 83 89 94

1953 ••••.••••• 1954 ••••.••••• 1955 ••••••.••• 1956 ••••••.•••

100 100 111 116

100 101 109 116

1954 J -M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ...

98 100 98 105

1955 J -M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ...

2.6

1.8

4-5

90.1

12.1

6.5

4-9

72 71 80 90 95

72 73 83 88 93

81 85 90 94 96

85 85 96 98 94

88 89 95

103 101

81 82 88 94 96

100

100

97

97

102 105

109 114

100 104 114 123

100 100 111 116

100 102 106 111

100 102 108 110

100 99 106 108

98 100 100 104

100 94 93 103

87 100 102 99

103 104 102 106

98 100 98 105

95 100 105 108

100 101 98 108

103 99 96 99

...

107 111 110 116

106 108 110 114

103 98 98 108

96 113 115 110

113 112 114 118

107 111 110 116

99 105 108 113

108 107 103 112

107 105 102 107

1956J-M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

113 116 113 120

113 117 116 118

107 105 110

103 120 117 116

123 122 124 123

113 116 113 120

103 109 113 118

111 105 110 114

111 107 103 109

1957 J -M ••• A -J

119 120

118 121

109 106

110 125

126 127

119 120

106 114

115 114

115 113

...

...

96 93

81 79

87 95

99

97

99

95

96

NORTHERN NORTH AMERICA 3- AMERIQUE DU NORD SEPTENTRIONALE 3 %weight in world index ••

56.9

49.7

1948 •••••••••• 1949 •••••••••• 1950 •.••••.••• 1951. ••••••••• 1952 ••••••••.•

77

71 83 91 94

88 79 89 98 98

1953 •••••••••• 1954 •••••••••• 1955 ••••.••••• 1956 ••••.•••••

100 93 104 107

1954 J -M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

25.8

I

36.7

57.9

68.2

57.6

47.8

76 71 82 91 93

93 93 96 98 99

101 91 107 103 100

94 92 99 95 98

34.7

137 102 118 121 106

92 85 96 102 97

76 73 81 91 95

100 97 107 113

100 86 102 108

100 86 102 106

100 101 108 116

100 93 103 106

100 99 102 105

100 91 103 100

100 95 103 103

93 93 91 96

94 98 97 99

88 78 83 97

71 95 95 82

101 102 99 102

93 92 90 96

91 98 107 101

90 90 88 97

103 94 92 94

1955 J -M •.• A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

99 103 104 108

102 105 108 Ill

97 94 102 114

81 112 113 102

109 106 108 112

99 103 104 108

93 100 109 106

103 104 98 105

107 103 98 102

1956 J -M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ...

111 114 113 115

113 108 102 114

87 120 106 107

117 114 115 116

107 106 104 110

96 103 114 108

108 100 93 100

110 102

...

106 106 105 110

100

1957 J -M ••• A -J

109 108

113 116

110 107

92 121

120 117

109 107

96 103

100 96

109 103

...

I

For general note and footnotes, see end of table.

Voir Ia remarque generale et les notes a Ia fin du tableau.

11-1

97

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE 36.

lndice mondial de Ia production industrielle Par regions et industries speciflees

1953= 100 Manufacturing (continued) -Industries manufacturieres (suite) Selected industries -Industries speciflees Chemicals, etc.l Produits

Non-metallic mineral products Produits mine-

Paper Papier

Leather Cuir

Rubber Caoutchouc

chimiques,

raux non

meubles

etc.l

metalliques

Basic metals Metaux de base

25-26

27

29

30

31-32

33

34

Wood, furniture Bois,

Metal products Produits metalliques

Period Periode

35-38

+ISIC

29.5

Ponderalion

WORLD 2 - MONDE 2

4-2

3.1

0.6

1.4

9.0

3.4

7.6

%

86 84 95 98 97

74 75 89 96 90

100 95 98 97 97

74 72 89 93 91

66 64 76 104 102

68 70 80 89 89

73 70 84 95 93

63 63 73 83 90

1948 1949 1950 1951 1952

100 102 112 114

100 106 118 124

100 99 105 107

100 99 118 114

100 107 120 128

100 105 117 124

100 94 115 119

100 97 109 114

1953 1954 1955 1956

97 103 99 109

104 106 103 110

100 97 96 105

98 100 89 108

105 106 104 111

94 106 109 109

93 94 89 100

97 98 93 102

1954 J -M A -J J -s

lOB 114 112 115

115 119 116 123

105 103 101 112

117 121 111 123

116 118 118 124

102 119 124 123

112 118 110 122

105 110 108 115

1955 J -M A -J J -s

109 117 116 114

124 126 121 126

109 106 102 112

119 114 105 116

126 128 126 130

113 129 129 127

123 122 104 125

114 117 110 120

1956 J -M A -J J -s

110 117

127 127

112 109

124 118

132 134

118 130

126 122

120 120

1957J -M A -J

0-D

0-D

0-D

NORTHERN NORTH AMERICA 3 - AMERIQUE DU NORD SEPTENTRIONALE 3

% de 56.0

67.3

89 81 97 95 95

79 76 90 96 92

106 96 101 95 98

80 73 93 94 91

100 95 106 105

100 102 114 119

100 93 99 99

93 95 92 101

99 103 100 105

101 106 108 107

43.1

68.0

55.8

/a ponderation mondia/e

45.6

60.4

64.0

73 63 75 116 112

73 67 78 85 84

81 69 87 95 88

63 58 69 78 87

)952

100 90 112 105

100 100 111 117

100 98 112 120

100 83 106 106

100 89 99 102

1953 1954 1955 1956

97 91 92 93

91 93 77 100

100 99 97 104

94

98 101 101

84 83 76 87

92 89 85 92

1954 J -M A -J J -s

110 116 113 119

101 96 96 105

113 116 103 117

108 110 110 117

101 113 118 118

103 109 101 113

95 98 100 103

1955 J -M A -J J -s

103 106 107 102

121 122 118 119

104 99 96 99

114 104 96 107

118 117 115 120

114 122 122 122

115 110 85 112

100 100 102 107

1956 J -M A -J J -s

96 102

120 120

100 94

117 106

122 120

114 120

112 105

109 105

1957 J -M A -J

For general note and footnotes, see end of table.

Voir Ia remarque generale et les notes

115

a Ia

fln du tableau.

1948 1949 1950 1951

0-D

0-D

0-D

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

36.

World index of industrial production

(continued),

1953 = 100

I

Mining -Mines

Manufacturing -Industries manufacturieres

Selected industries -Industries specifies

Selected industries -Industries spikifles

Mining and manufacturing

Mines et Metal

Petroleum and natural gas Petrole brut gaz nature!

Total

sons, tabac

Textiles

Clothing Habillement

12

13

2-3

20-22

23

24

industries

Period Periode

rieres

Total

Coal Houille

1-3

I

II

manufactu-

ISIC+

Food, beverges, tobacco

Aliments, bois·

LATIN AMERICA 4-AMERIQUE LATINE 4 %weight in

world index •••

4.1

10.2

0.5

12.5

16.7

3.4

7.9

6.9

1948 •••••••••• 1949 ••••.•.••• 1950 •••••••••• 1951. ••••••••. 1952 ••••••••••

84 85 91 96 98

79 79 86 96 101

76 76 73 79 97

85 87 84 88 97

76 76 87 97 102

85 87 93 97 97

78 81 88 93 98

99 102 102 101 98

1953 •••••••••• 1954 •••••••••. 1955 •••••••••• 1956 ••••••••••

100 108 118 124

100 106 118 131

100 103 109 112

100 99 Ill 113

100 108 121 137

100 109 117 122

100 105 110 116

100 112 118 116

... ... ... ...

103 106 111 114

102 103 105 113

91 100 106 115

88 99 101 108

106 105 106 113

103 107 113 114

101 103 109 108

102 112 116 119

1955J-M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

114 117 119 120

liB 116 117 123

109 106 109 109

114 112 106 113

118 118 122 126

113 118 120 119

107 110 112 Ill

Ill 122 122 119

118 ·125 129 125

126 128 133 136

109 109 109 121

107 119 122 103

131 132 138 146

115 124 127 121

107 116 123 116

107 118 122 116

128 134

147 151

115 115

121 129

154 160

122 128

119 122

108 115

1954 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

1956J·-M A -J J -s 0-D 1957 J -M A -J

... ...

... ... ...

...

3.7

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

...... . .. ... ... ...... ... ...... ...

... . .. ...

ASIA: EAST AND SOUTHEAST 5-ASIE: EST ET SUD-EST 5 %weight in world index • ••

4.7

5.4

I

9.2

9.5

B.t

4.7

5.4

11.8

1948 •••••••••. 1949 •••••••••• 1950 •••••••••• 1951. ••••••••• 1952 ••••••.•••

57 62 67 83 B9

69 77 B3 92 95

74 B3 B3 93 94

61 71 85 92 99

65 71 77 90 91

55 61 65 82 B8

57 62 72 80 8B

63 61 65 80 8B

1953 ••••••••.• 1954 ••••.•••.• 1955 ••••.••••• 1956 ••••••••••

100 110 122 142

100 100 105 112

100 93 94 102

100 106 112 119

100 106 116 124

100 Ill 124 146

100 106 120 129

100 113 124 137

1954J-M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

110 107 108 114

96 100 101 104

91 95 91 96

99 102 111 110

102 103 108 110

112 107 109 115

Ill 98 102 112

106 112 114 120

1955 J -M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

118 120 123 128

100 102 107 109

94 91 91 100

102 Ill 121 114

Ill 114 120 120

121 122 125 130

127 114 115 125

liB 120 127 131

1956 J -M ••• A -J J -s 0-D

... ...

...

134 141 144 !50

105 Ill 114 118

95 102 100 Ill

112 116 126 122

119 125 125 129

137 145 148 154

139 128 117 130

131 137 139 143

1957 J -M ••• A -J

!55 162

114 121

109 116

112 116

129 13B

160 167

147 135

145 14B

...

For general note and footnotes, see end of table.

Voir Ia remarque generale et les notes

ll6

a Ia

fln du tableau.

5.3

... ... ... ...

... ... ...

I -I

... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... . .. ... ...

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE 36.

lndice mondial de Ia production industrielle

(suite)

1953= 100 Manufacturing (continued) -Industries manufacturiikes (suite) Selected industries- Industries speciflees

Wood, furniture Bois, meubles

Paper Papier

Leather Cuir

Rubber Caoutchouc

Chemicals, etc.l Produits chimiques, etc,l

25-26

27

29

30

31-32

Non-metallic mineral products Produits mineI

metalliques

Basic metals Metaux de base

Metal products Produits metalliques

33

34

35-38

raux non

LATIN AMERICA 4 - AMERIQUE LATINE 4

3.6

1.9

6.0

4--2

5.0

4-.8

1.9

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

79 81 93 101 95

83 86 91 98 95

73 71 80 95 98

83 88 99 102 100

67 74 83 88 90

100 112 122 130

100 104 107 114

100 120 134 139

100 114 130 142

100 110 122 131

100 110 119 126

... ... ... ...

106 109 116 114

96 102 109 Ill

111 118 128 121

109 112 117 118

104 109 111 117

106 104 115 114

116 126 126 122

100 112 110 109

129 135 139 13i

125 125 134 136

114 123 125 123

120 116 118 123

126 129 134 131

107 113 115 120

133 147 141 135

138 139 143 148

124 134 134 132

128 130 130 118

130 129

112 121

138 152

151 155

129 135

128 130

... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

1.1

... ... ...... . .. ... . .. . ..

74 81 93. 96 97

. ..

.. .... .. .... .. .... ...... ......... ... ......

ASIA: EAST AND SOUTHEAST 5 - ASIE: EST ET SUD-EST 5

7.3

3.4-

11.7

4--2

5.0

6.5

Period Periode +SIC

% de

/a ponderation mondia/e

1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1954 J -M A -J

J

-s

0-D

1955 J -M A -J

J

-s

0-D

1956 J -M A -J

J

-s

0-D

1957 J -M A -J

% de 3.8

2.5

/a ponderation m ondia/e

76 73 77 102 118

30 40 53 70 80

141 112 95 124 104

50 58 76 80 81

37 44 55 70 82

45 60 70 89 92

31 46 63 83 89

52 63 55 81 80

1948 1949 1950 1951 1952

100 120 151 170

100 110 126 146

100 102 114 123

100 106 108 121

100 121 141 160

100 113 117 138

100 107 121 144

100 106 115 162

1953 1954 1955 1956

116 116 114 134

107 110 108 115

109 103 89 105

111 99 101 112

117 117 120 129

113 113 112 114

113 109 99 107

113 102 105 105

1954 J -M

152 161 140 153

118 124 129 135

114 111 110 121

104 104 108 116

132 139 146 147

110 115 118 126

116 121 120 127

105 114 115124

1955 J -M

166 177 171 164

136 143 149 158

130 118 116 127

110 114 127 134

150 166 159 163

130 136 137 149

134 140 147 155

137 157 174 183

1956 J -M

184 191

159 158

146 132

140 149

171 189

152 159

167 172

171 191

1957 J -M

For general note and footnotes, see end of table.

Voir Ia remarque generale et les notes

117

a Ia

fln du tableau.

A -J

J

-s

0-D A -J

J

-s

0-D A -J

J

-s

0-D A -J

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION 36.

World index of industrial production

(continued)

1953=100 Manufacturing -Industries manufacturieres

Mining- Mines

_

_ _s~~ed ind~!:!.=~-ln~~~~ecifiee~-

_J;~~~ ind~!:!.=s -lnduslri~~~~!_-

Mining and manufacturing

Mines et industries rieres

Total

Coal Houille

Metal

Petroleum and natural gas Petrole brut gaz nature!

1-3

1

11

12

13

31.1

22.7

61.4

15.0

1948 •••••••••• 1949 •••••••••• 1950 •••••••••• 1951 •••••••••• 1952 ••••••••••

67 76 BS

77

94 94

94

1953 •••••••••• 1954 •••••••••• 1955 •••••••••• 1956 ••••••••••

Period Periode

manufactu-

ISJC+

Tot·al

Food, beverges, tobacco Aliments, boissons, tabac

Textiles

Clothing Habillement

2-3

20-22

23

24

EUROPE 6 %weight in world index •••

64 73 75 B4

9B

B3 91 93 9B 100

100 110 120 126

100 103 107 111

104 110 106 liB

1.4

32.0

35.3

45.5

30.5

77 BS 96 9B 90

73 B3 90 93 93

45

66 76 B5

95

59 76

94 94

70 79 B7 91 93

100 102 103 104

100 100 114 123

100 122 152 191

100 110 121 12B

100 104 109 115

100 105 106 110

100 104 110 116

104 101 99 107

106 99 97 106

94

119 113 11B 137

104 111 106 119

94

102 101 104

104 102 117

106 105 99 112

104 lOB 9B 107

BS BB

25 33

... ... ... ... 1955 J -M ... A -J ... J -s ... 0-D ... 1956 J -M ... A -J ... J -s ... 0-D ...

117 122 115 12B

lOB 105 102 112

107 100 96 107

106 113 114 120

145 142 151 170

117 123 116 129

99 109 107 121

lOB 105 9B 112

109 110 104 116

123 129 121 133

110 111 106 115

107 104 97 lOB

113 127 125 126

IB4 177 1B7 215

124 130 122 134

103 115 112 130

109 110 103 11B

116 117 110 122

... ...

130 135

116 115

109 104

127 135

229 240

131 137

110 123

120 11 B

126 125

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A -J

adjusting the 193B exchange rates by the relative change between 193B and 1953 of the general level of wholesale prices as compared to the United Stales. The revised world and regional indexes have at present been compiled only for years beginning 194B and quarters beginning 1954. Since the coverage of the annual indexes is usually more extensive than that of the quarterly indexes, the latter have been adjusted to the level of the former. The quarterly figures do not necessarily agree exactly with the corresponding annual figures because of rounding. In addition to index numbers, the table also shows (in italics) for the world the weights allotted in the base year to the various groups expressed as percentages of the total world weight for mining and manufacturing, and for the regions the weights allotted to the various groups expressed as percentages of the corresponding world weights. Further details on the construction of these indexes may be found in the January 195B issue of the United Nations Monthly Bulletin of Statistics. lJncludes petroleum and coal products. 2 Excludes Albania, Bulgaria, mainland China, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania and the USSR. World index numbers for 193B comparable to those shown in the table are: Mining and Manufacturing, 51; Mining, 61; Manufacturing, 50. 3 Canada and the United Stales. 4 Central and South America, Mexico and the Caribbean islands. 5 Burma, Cambodia, Ceylon, Federation of Malaya and Colony of Singe· pore, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Laos, Pakistan, Philippines, China (Taiwan), Thailand and South Viet-Nam. 6 Excludes Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania and the USSR. European index numbers for 193B com• parable to those shown in the table are: Mining and Manufacturing, 72, Mining, 93; Manufacturing, 71.

Note. The present world index of industrial production represents a complete revision of the index formerly published in the United Nations Statistical Yearbook. Indexes have now been compiled on a regional basis for selected mining and manufacturing groups of the United Nations lnlernotional Standard Industrial Classification (ISJC). The coverage of the index has also been expanded to include many additional countries, and the weighting coeffi· cients used to combine group and regional indexes have been advanced from 194B to 1953 in order to coincide with the comparison base: 1953= 100. Total and group indexes, both for the world and the regions, were com· puled as weighted arithmetic averages of country g1·oup indexes, each of the laHer being weighted by "census value added" of the industry group in 1953, i.e., by the value of production less the cost of raw materials, fuels, power, containers and supplies consumed and the cost of sub-contracted work. The group indexes used for a particular country were generally those officially compiled and published by the country, adjusted by the U.N. Statistical Office to the ISIC and rebased to 1953 = 100, wherever necessary. Indexes, unadjusted for seasonal and other variations, were employed in preference to adjusted indexes. Where no official indexes were available, provisional indicators for important industry groups were compiled by the Statistical Office on the basis of published commodity data, man-hours worked, consumption of raw materials or other data. The weighting coefficients used were obtained in most cases from the results of industrial censuses or other inquiries covering 1953 or some proximate year. The figures were adjusted by the Statistical Office to the ISIC and projected to 1953, wherever necessary. The resultant figures, in units of national currency, were then converted to U.S. dollars by means of either average official exchange rates, free market rates or parity rates in 1953, whichever seemed most appropriate. Parity roles were estimated by

118

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE 36.

lndice mondial de Ia production industrielle

(suite)

1953=100 Manufacturing (continued) -Industries manufacturieres (suite)

Selected industries -Industries specifiees

Wood, furniture Bois, meubles

Paper Papier

Leather Cuir

25-26

27

29

Non-metallic mineral products Produits mine-

Rubber Caoutchouc

Chemicals, etc.l Produits chimiques, etc.l

30

31-32

metalliques

Basic metals Metaux de base

Metal products Produits metalliques

33

34

35-38

39.4-

31.7

30.8

1948 1949 1950 1951 1952

raux non

EUROPE 6

29.9

26.0

35.8

77 86

84 90 97 93

95

68 77 92 99 89

100 110 116 119

Period Periode +ISIC

% de

20.3

31.8

Ia pond{,.. ration mondiale

61

54

67

64

72

64

75

74

74

94

80 91 91

89 87

83 93 93

83 96 104

63 73 81 93 97

100 114 125 132

100 105 110 111

100 117 131 131

100 114 126 135

100 109 122 127

100 112 132 140

100 113 130 136

1953 1954 1955 1956

99 113 108 118

113 114 108 123

101 101 99 118

113 116 111 129

110 114 113 118

90 113 118 116

106 112 109 123

106 114 107 123

1954 J -M A -J

110 118 114 123

124 124 118 132

108 108 102 121

131 133 123 138

124 127 123 130

101 127 131 127

129 133 126 139

127 133 122 138

1955 J -M A -J

109 124 119 125

131 133 123

135 134 118 136

132 137 134 138

107 135 137 130

138 142 134

136 141 128

1956 J -M A -J

140

109 109 103 124

146

140

0-D

120 126

141 142

117 117

139 144

141 146

118 136

147 149

141

1957 J -M A -J

94 100

146

J

-s

0-D

J

-s

0-D

J

-s

paritaires on! ete estimes en apportant aux cours des changes de 1938 une correction equivalente a Ia variation relative entre 1938 et 1953 du niveau general des prix de gros, les Etats-Unis etant pris comme base de comparaison. La revision des indices mondiaux et regionaux n'a ete, iusqu'C maintenant, faite que pour les annees a partir de 1948 et les trimestres a partir de 1954. Comme Ia portae des indices annuels est d'ordinaire plus etendue que celles des indices trimestriels, ces derniers ont ete corriges pour se conformer aux premiers. Les nombres ayant ete arrondis, les donnees trimestrielles ne correspondent pas exactement aux donnees annuelles. En outre des indices, le tableau indique egalement (en italiques) pour le monde, Ia ponderation attribuee durant l'annee de base aux diverses branches d'activite et exprimee en pourcentage de Ia ponderation mondiale totale englobant les mines et les industries manufacturieres, et pour les regions, Ia ponderation attribuee a ces memes branches et exprimee en pourcentage de Ia ponderation mondiale correspondante. Des renseignements plus detailles sur Ia construction de ces indices se trouvert dans le numero de janvier 1958 du Bulletin Mensue/ de Stalislique (O.N.U.). I Y compris les produits du petrole ou de Ia houille. 2 Non compris I'Aibanie, I'AIIemagne orientale, Ia Bulgarie, Ia Chine continentale, Ia Hongrie, Ia Pologne, Ia Roumanie, Ia Tchecoslovaquie et I'URSS. Indices mondiaux de 1938 comparables a ceux du tableau: Mines et industries manufacturieres, 51; Mines, 61; Industries manufacturieres, 50. 3 Canada et Etats-Unis. 4 Amerique centrale, Amerique d·u Sud, Mexique et les Caraibes. 5 Birmanie, Cambodge, Chine (Taiwan), Ceylon, Coree du Sud, Ia Federation de Malaisie et Colonie de Singapour, lnde, lndonesie, Japon, Laos, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailande et Viet-Nam Sud. 6 Non compris I'Aibanie, I'AIIemagne orientale, Ia Bulgarie, Ia Hongrie, Ia Pologne, Ia Roumanie, Ia Tchecoslovaquie et I'URSS. Indices enropeens de 1938 comparables a ceux du tableau: Mines et industries manufacturieres, 72; Mines, 93; Industries manufacturieres, 71.

Remarque. Ces indices mondiaux de Ia production industrielle sont une revision complete des indices publi9s ant9rieurement dans I'Annuaire stafis~ tique des Nations Unies. Des indices ant maintenant ete calcules par r€tgion pour des branches specifiees des industries extractives et manufacturieres de Ia Classification internationale type, par industria, de foufes les branches d'aclivite economique (ISIC), Nations Unies. La portee des indices a aussi ete etendue pour comprendre plusieurs pays additionnels, et les coefficients de ponderation employes pour combiner les indices des branches et des regions on! egalement ete avances de 1948 a 1953 pour qu'ils coincident avec Ia base de comparaison: 1953 = 100. Les indices, tent mondiaux que r9gionaux, des totaux et des branches d'activite (dans le tableau: industries specifiees), on! ete calcules sous forme de moyennes arithmetiques ponderees d'indices nationaux de branches d'activite, chacun d'eux etant pondere par Ia "valeur ajoutee recens€te" de Ia branche d'activite en 1953, soil, par Ia valeur de Ia production moins le coOt des matieres premieres, combustibles, 9nergie, emballage, fournitures diverses et des travaux sous-trait9s. En general, ce sont les indices nationaux des branches d'activite, tels que calcules et publies officiellement par le pays, qui ont ete utilises apres correction, si necessaire, par le Bureau de statist(que des Nations Unies pour les rendre conformes a Ia ISIC et a Ia base 1953 = 100. On a employe, de preference, des indices non corriges quant aux variations saisonnieres ou autres. A defaut d'indices officiels, le Bureau de statistique a prepare des estimations provoisoires appropriees pour les branches importantes d'activite et fondees sur des donnees publiees relativement aux merchandises, heures-homme effectuees, C Ia consommation de matieres premieres, ou d'autres donnees pertinentes. Les coefficients de ponderation utilises ont ete tires, dans Ia plupart des cas, des resultats des recensements industrials ou d'autres enquetes po~tant sur l'annee 1953 ou une autre annee rapprochee. Ces donnees furent ensuite corrigees, lorsque necessaire, par le Bureau de statistique pour les rendre conformes a Ia ISIC et a l'annee de base 1953. Les donnees ainsi obtenues, en unites de monnaie nationale, ont ete converties en dollars E.-U. de Ia fa~on Ia plus appropriee, soil a l'aide d'une moyenne de cours officiels de change, de cours lib res ou de cours paritaires, en 1953. Les cours

a

119

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

37. Index numbers of industrial production -Indices de Ia production industrielle 1953

= 100

AFRICA- AFRIQUE

I Algerie 1-Aigerie 1

----Period Periode

1929 ••••••.• 1932 •••••••• 1937 ••...••• 1938 •••••••• 1939 ••••.•.• 1940 ••••••.. 1941 ••••.•.• 1942 ••..••••

General

...

... ...

... ... ... ...

...

Mining 2 Mines 2

... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Gas, Manufcct.2 Electricity 2 Gaz, Industries manufac. 2 Electricite 2

.. .... . .. 44

15 24 27

63 69 78 87 92

59 72 82

100 107 113 123

100 109 120 115

100 99 109 86

100 112 124 122

1953 J -M

97

A -J J 0-D

95 99 109

102 91 101 106

96 98 110

1954 J -M

103 102 110 121

105

101

97 97

104

98

115 129

110 100 104 115

122 119 118 122

115 107 109 104

124 124 121 128

115 109 111 120

-s

113 107 112 128

80 83 89 91

119 112 117 138

128 113 118 135

1957 J -M

... ...

... ...

. .. ...

... . ..

A-J

. .. .... .. ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. ... . .. ...

manufac.

22 24 26 28 33

1953 •••••••. 1954 ........ 1955 •••••••• 1956 ........

A -J J 0-D

General4

Mining Mines

... ... ... ... ...

83 91

1956 J -M

Mining Mines

30 31 17 10 13

76

-s

Mining Mines

Manufact. Industries

11 12 12 15 18

78 73 84 102 101

A -J J 0-D

Southern Rhodesia Rhodesia du Sud

9 6 9

73 73 82 96 98

1955 J -M

Federation Federation

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

1948 .••••••• 1949 •••••••• 1950 .•••••.• 1951. ..••••. 1952 .•••••••

A-J J -s 0-D

Morocco 3 Maroc 3

... ......

... ... ... ... ...

-s

Belgian Conga Beige

... ... . .. ... . .. . .. ... ...

1943 •••••..• 1944 •••••••. 1945 ••••.••. 1946 ••••••.• 1947 •••••..•

61 73

Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Fed. of Rhodesia et Nycssaland, Fed. de

94

~

104 93 96 106

45 51

40

57

47

-6373

77 79

94 97

85 88

100 112 126 145

100 108 114 115

100 102 96 108

... ...

104

94

86 110

100 104

103

113 106 105 110

93 105 106 104

114 116 108 116

62 105 109 108

121 114 112 114

104 106 100 122

126 119

117 123

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ...

...

95

43 48 48

50 50 53 56 60 61 66

74 82 90 92 100

... ...

... ... ... ... . ..

... . ..

... . .. ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Tunisia Tunisia

Union of S.Africa 5 Union Sud· Africaine 5

Manufact. Industries

Mining

manufac.

Mines

General

... ... ...

... ... ...

.. ....

. ..

100 98 103 99 100

21 21 25 27 30

97

92 87 81 77

33 38

74 81 89 90 92 91

57 47

51 55 58 65

67

52 55

13· 24 30 53 73

66 73 78 83 88

60 68

83

74

100 113 127

46

79 89 92 100

... ... ...

.... .. . .. ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . ..

... ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. ... ... ... ...

83

49

35

100 99 114 124

... ... ...

...

26

83 93 112 100 105 120 113 114 90 102

94

...... ... ...

... ...

... ...

... ...

...

112 109 114 118

...... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ......

... ...

109 122

... . ..

... ...

... ... ...

104 101 109 107 133 116 120 123

RamarquE. Sauf indication contraire, les indices generaux comprennent

Note. Unless otherwise stated, the general indexes include momng, manu· facturing, electricity end manufactured gas but exclude construction. When the indexes are adjusted for differences in the number of working days per month or for seasonal variations they are footnoted accordingly. Descriptions for many of these indexes may be found in the U.N. Monthly Bulletin of Statistics end its Supplement. See also remarks concerning index numbers on page 12 of the Introduction. 1 Adjusted for number of working days. 2 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. 3former French Zone only. 1938-1948: weighted by gross value of production in 1938. Beginning 1949 weighted by gross value of pro· duction in 1949. 4 Excluding electricity and manufactured gas. 5 Excluding mining but including building. Index of gross value of output (excluding repair work) deflated by c price index computed from annual census of production data. The flgures relate to 12 months ending 30 June of the year stated. Original base 1934/35= 100 'converted to

les mines, les industries manufacturieres, l'electricite et le gaz d'usine, mais non le b8tirnent. L'ajustement des indices quant aux variations saisonnieres

el ou nombre de jours ouvrobles par mois est signcle en note. On trouverc dans le Bulletin Mensuel de Stafistique (O.N.U.) et son Supplement, des de.scriptions relatives C plusieurs de ces indices. Voir cussi les commentaires

relatifs aux indices a Ia page 16 de l'lntroduction. 11ndices ojusles quant au nombre de jours ouvrcbles. 2 Calcule par le Bureau de slalislique des Nations Unies en combinant certains groupes de l'indice general.

zone fran~;cise seulement. 1938-1948: indite pond ere par valeur brute de Ia production en 1938. Depuis 1949, ponderation par valeur brule de Ia production en 1949. 4 ~lectricite, gcz d'usine exclus. 5 Non compris les mines rna is y compris le b&timent. lndice de Ia valeur brute de Ia production (non compris les travcux de reparation) corrige a 3 Ancienne

l'aide d'un indice des prix calcule sur Ia base des donnees du recensement

annuel de Ia production. les donnees se rapporlent cux douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. Base originale 1934/35 = 100 ramenee a Ia base 1947/48=100.

1947/48=100.

120

PRODUCTION" INDUSTRIELLE 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

!suite)

1953 = 100 AMERICA, NORTH-AMERIQUE DU NORD Canada l

Period Periode

General

1929 ........ 1932 ........ 1937........

37 24 43

1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........

Mining Mines

Gas, Manufacl. Electricity Gaz, Industries manufac. Electricite

35

38

31 - 56 -

- 24 42-

41 44 53 66 79

59 68 71 70

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947........

84 86 75 69 76

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

... ...

Foodstuffs 2 Alimenlotion 2

Paper products Articles en papier

42

... ...

Iron and steel Fer et acier

Transport equipment Materiel de transp. GeneralS

47

10 -41-

....26..

45

43

-4637 -

38 41 51 67 82

41 44 47 52 59

46 49 54 63 67

37 43 52 59 59

35 37 56 82 109

23 23 38 67 101

62 56 54 52 57

89 92 80 72 79

63 63 63 65 70

70 78 79 84 87

57 61 66 77 85

125 112 91 77 86

129 159 104 51 55

79 80 85 91 94

66 71 78 87 94

82 83 87 92 94

70 73 79 89 95

90 90 91 94 99

89 87 94 101 96

93 91 91 100 101

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100 98 107 114

100 113 130 147

100 96 103 109

100 105 114 122

100 101 105 108

100 104 109 114

1953 J -M A -J J -s

97 103 101 99

87 99 111 102

98 103 100 99

104 104 92 101

83 101 112 104

95 99 99 101

94 108 126 123

94 97 95 96

103 106 98 113

0-D

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

64

Mexico4-Mexique 4

Guatemala

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Foodstuffs Alimen!a lion

.. ....

... ...

...... ... . .. .........

Te.xtiles

... . .. ... ... . .. ......... ... . .. . ..

97 99 109 110 100 -10279 99

88 105

129 134

53 56 60 72 86

91 92 96 95 101

105 113 118 109 110

127 109 110 86 111

81 85 93 99 100

91 92 101 98 104

100 87 99 113

100 81 80 85

100 101 106 115

100 84 109 115

100 111 106 117

100 107 119 130

100 95 103 110

95 101 101 102

102 104 96 97

105 111 94 91

105 91 90 113

129 93 55 123

111 95 94 100

... ...

84 103 112 103

101 106 105 105

89 89 85 83

99 90 68 69

108 90 93 111

147 54 46 90

105 117 112 109

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

\04 111 110 112

89 99 \00 \08

82 95 74 71

110 102 94 118

114 116 66 14\

114 94 102 112

118 117 117 122

121 103 89 99

126 131 131 134

109 104 121 106

...

. .. '··

110 \23 144 144

96 105 105 106

116 115 106 119

0-D

108 115 117 118

132 138 159 157

103 111 110 111

117 120 120 131

91 109 121 110

113 116 115 113

110 114 112 114

80 100 74 87

114 104 105 139

127 84 66 184

98 113 123 133

1957J -M A -J

112 117

141 157

106 110

129 123

92 111

113 116

115 114

91 94

128 116

160 108

138 115

o956 J -M A -J J -s

60 63 67

83 88

99 106 110 112

0-D

...61

...... ... .99..

...

... ...

69 71 -7676 79

86 107 121 106

1955 J -M A -J J -s

Mining 6, 7 GeneralS Mines 6, 7

See general note on page 120. 11929-1932: original base 1926= 100; weighted by gross value of output in 1926. Beginning 1937, original base 1935-1939 = 100. Adjusted for number of working days. · 21ncluding beverages. 3 Excluding mining. 4 Prior to 1945, weighted by gross value of output in 1929; beginning 1945, weighted by gross value of output in 1945. 5 Excluding manufactured gas. &Including non-ferrous metallurgy. 7 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining camponents of the general index.

113

...

... . .. ...

... ...

94

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 11929-1932: base originale 1926= 100; indices ponderes par valeur brute de Ia production en 1926. A partir de 1937, base originale 19351939 = 100. Ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables. 2 Y compris les boissons. S Non compris les mines. 4 Avant 1945, indices ponderes par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1929; a partir de 1945, par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1945. 5 Non compris le gaz d'usine. 6 Y compris Ia metallurgie des metaux non ferreux. 7 Calcule par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies en combinant certains groupes de l'indice general.

121

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

=

(suite)

100

AMERICA, NORTH (continued)- AMERIQUE DU NORD (suite) Mexico1 (continued) -

Period Periode

1929 ........ 1932 •••••••• 1937........ 1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........

United States 10- Etats-Unis 10

Mexlque1 (suite)

Petroleum Manufact,2 reflning Raffinage Industries Electricity manufac.2 Electricite Textiles 9 depetrole GeneraJ4

... ... ... ...51

...... ... .43..

54 57 63

44 44 46

115 101 109 120 130

66

. .. . ..

Mining Mines

Iron and Chemicals 3 steeJ3 Manufact. Foodstuffs3,5 Industries Fer et Industries Alimentalion 3. 5 Textiles 3 chimiques 3 acier 3 manufac.

7 31

64

49 12 45

10 30

30 9 28

59 63 66 74 78

51 67 69 91 94

26 31 36 48 76

25 42 54 68 73

20 25 32 53 81

16 23 33 56 105

98 96_ 81 66 74

84 88 87 86 -94-

92 89 88 97 -97-

105 89 78 65 6 66-

77 76 67 55 -73-

106 105 82 57 -64

167 163 110 53 851

59 36 61

43 22 44

59 46 60

56 43

42 38 41 40

36 43 50 65 79

53 59 66 70 72

34 42 49 65 81

131 133 130 128 118

44 46 -5055 65

95 93 80 67 75

75 80 79 78 86

122

... . ..

Transport equipment3 Materiel de transp.S

24 19 31

44 23 46

80

...

Machinery3 Construelion de machines3

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ...•.••• 1947 ••••••.•

-7678 80

48 48 -5458 63

1948 •••.•••• 1949 ••••••• 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

83 86 94 100 99

70 76 78 86 94

122 113 119 106 101

64 71 76 84 93

78 72 84 90 93

91 81 91 99 98

76 71 83 89 92

-92-9395 97 98

-101-90107 103 99

-70-6982 93 93

-77-6785 95 83

-65-5871 81 92

-54-5463 71 81

1953 ........ 1954 •••••••• 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100 108 121 132

100 110 123 137

100 92

......

100 104 121 135

100 93 104 107

100 96 105 111

100 93 103 106

100 99 101 105

100 91 103 100

100 101 114 120

100 78 104 103

100 89 97 107

100 93 107 105

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... . .. ...

91 101 109 99

101 101 100 97

97 101 104 98

101 102 99 97

93 94 110 104

105 106 97 91

100 101 97 101

106 105 99 91

106 102 96 97

103 103 99 95

99 84 92 92

95 97 96 98

94 92 90 96

92 94 107 103

90 90 88 97

101 99 98 106

80

107

94 93 91 97

77

116

107 107 111 115

71 85

91 87 86 93

97 96 86 93

118 119 119 126

120 122 123 126

96 100 99

119 122 118 126

101 103 102 108

102 104 106 109

100 103 102 108

93 96 109 109

103 104 98 105

110 112 112 120

99 107 102 111

94 95 95 104

108 110 101 111

128 133 133 138

134 136 136 142

135 126 139 141

107 106 103 110

110 112 109 112

107 105 102 110

96 98 114 110

108 100 93 100

121 120 117 123

115 110 72 115

105 106 105 112

108 1·02 97 114

... ...

... ...

... ...

109 107

112 113

109 107

96 98

100 96

1.26 124

114 104

110 105

120 114

1953 J -M A -J J -S 0-D

1954 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1955 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1956 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A-J

72

... ... ... ...

... ... ...

. .. . .. . .. . .. .. .... ...

-

Voir remarque generole a Ia page 120. 1 Avant 1945, indices ponderes par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1929; a partir de 1945, par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1945. 2 Colcule par le Bureau de stalislique des Nations Unies en combinont certains groupes de l'indice general. 31929-1946: base originale 1935-1939 = 100; indices raccordes aux indices courants par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies sur Ia bose du rapport des moyennes de 1947-1949 communes aux deux series raccord9es. 4 Electricite et gaz d'usine non compris. 5 Avant 1947, y compris boissons non alcooliques. 6 A partir de 1947, y compris l'induslrie de l'energie atomique. 7 Avant 1947, y compris Ia production de moteurs pour avions. 8 A partir de 1947, y compris Ia production de moteurs pour avions. 9 Indices ponderes pour toute Ia periode par Ia valeur brule de !a production en 1929. 10 Indices ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables.

See general note on page 120. 1 Prior to 1945, weighted by gross value of output in 1929; beginning 1945, weighted by gross value of output in 1945. 2 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. 3 1929-1946: original base 1935-1939 = 100; indexes linked to current index figures by the Statistical Office of the United Nations, by means of the ratio of 1947-1949 averages from the two series. 4 Excluding electricity and manufactured gas. 5 Prior to 1947, including non-alcoholic beverages. 6 Beginning 1947, including atomic energy manufacturing activities. 7 Prior to 1947, including production of aircraft engines. 8 Beginning 1947, including production of aircraft engines. 9 Weighted throughout by gross value of output in 1929. 10 Adjusted for number of working days.

122

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

(continued)

-Indices de Ia production industrielle

1953

(suite)

= 100

AMERICA, SOUTH-AMERIQUE DU SUD Argentina- Argentine

Period Periode

1929 ••••.••• 1932 ........ f937 ........ 1938 ........ 1939........ 1940 ........ 1941. ....... 1942 ........

General

Mining Mines

Gas, Manufact. Electricity Gaz, Industries manufact. Eleclri citli

Foodsluffs 1 Alimen· ration 1

Textiles

Metallurgy 2 Metallurgie 2

...... 61

... ...

... ...

... ...

... ...

. .. . ..

77

... ...53

... ... ...

... ... ...

... 64 ... 67 ...

... 77 ... 90 ...

... 65 ... 68 ...

... so ... 54 ...

. ..

... 56 . ..

... 76 ...

... 53 ...

... ... ... ......

...

72

97 97

60

60

45

69

76

...

76

...63

86 92

81 92

58

81

71

99

77 95

75

72 82 82 93 107

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

105 101 105 108 101

86 83 84 89 93

108 104 107 110 102

96 95

93

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100 109 118 117

100 105 111 114

100 109 118 117

1953 J -M

89 100 106 105

99 97 99

1955 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1956 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A -J

104

64

62 68

51

...

89 78 86

A -J J -s 0-D

Mining Mines

...59

80 80 90 103

1954 J -M

Machinery3 Construe. de machines3 GeneralS

...

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947........

A -J J -S 0-D

Brazil 4- Bresil 4

as

.73..

65

...58 59 64 64

76 72

75

90 98

109 111

105

82 84 91

93 94 96

115 117 125 132 103

96

68 73 81 88

95

123 127 124 123 101

107

94

83 87 87 98 100

100 108 115 123

100 101 107 121

100 106 113 114

100 124 147 140

100 103 117 87

100 107 112 112

89 100 107 105

93 101 105 101

84 103 126 87

75

83 102 118

92 101 105 102

97

104 112 109

98 100 104

88 108 111 118

104 98 154 140

93 103 107 107

103 108 103 114

105

97

96

129 158 164 139

104 120 119 126

108 113 111 113

140 176 158 85

85 105 100

129 154

97

98 101 117 118

98 103 117

98 100 118 119

100 108 114 110

110 120 123 118

110 111 108 114

110 121 124 119

108 118 121 116

98 109 126 9?

123 117 114

111 124 128 107

116 109 111 114

110 125 128 104

114 126 130 124

104 122 151 107

120 123 118

111 120

128 121

109 119

119 127

105 110

1C~

...52

.... .. ... ... ...75

89 120 99

97

95

115

See general note on page 120. 1Jncluding beverages. 2Jncluding metal products except machinery and transport equipment. 8Jncluding transport equipment, but excluding electrical machinery. 4 Source: Fundasao Get61io Vargas. Adjusted for seasonal variations and far length of manth. 5 Including construction; excluding manufactured gas. 6 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index.

90 153 122 91 84

74

Manufact.6 Industries Electricity manufact. 6 Electricilii

... . ..

... .........

... ... . ..

59 59

......... .... ........ . .. .so..

Construelion

......... ...... ...... ... ...

55

46 55

63 63

60

70

65

74

68

72 78

66

74

58

85

61

91

75 99

83 89 93

99

100 105 118 144

100 108 113 112

100 112 122 136

100

109 100 101 91

96

102 98

100

98 100 105

97

100 102

105

95

87 87 97

113 111 112 111

98

112

103 109 103 116

127 100 114 132

108 114 113 115

125 124 119 118

89 88 87 86

124 108 137 197

109 110 116 111

134 136 135 140

85

57

109 110 115 114

75 97

... ...

204

.. ....

147 144

93 93

a Ia

page 120.

Voir remarque generale

97 97

...

97

94 91

87 87 87

1 Y compris les boissons.

2 Y campris les produits melalliques, mais nan compris les machines el le materiel de transpart. 3 Y compris le materiel de transport mais nan les machines electriques. 4 Source: Fundasao Get61io Vargas. Indices ajustes pour Ienir compte des variations saisonnieres et nombre de jours ouvrables. 5 Construction comprise; non compris le gaz d'usine. 6 Calcule par le Bureau de slatislique des Nations Unies en combinanl certains groupes de l'indice general.

123

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37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

= 100

AMERICA, SOUTH (continued)- AMERIQUE DU SUD (suite)

ASIA-ASIE Peru Perou

Chile-Chili Manuft. 2, 3, 4 Industries Period Periode

!, 2

33

1929 •••••••• 1932 •••••••• 1937 ••••••••

- 29 -

1938 •••••••. 1939 •••••••

45 45

1940 •••..•.• 1941 .•.••... 1942 •••.•••• 1943 ••••••••

Mining 2 Mines 2

General

133 35 l13

43

99 98 106 122 118

51

56 54 56 55

manu-

fact.

2, 3, 4

36

-

31 - 46 -

47 47 52 58

57

1947 ••••••••

61 69 68

117 117 115 102 115

67

1948 •••••••• 1949 •••••••• 1950 •••••••• 1951. ••••••• 1952 ••••••••

70 73 72 83 91

122 106 105 111 110

70 73 70 8'4 93'·

:

1953 ••••••••

100 104 102 104

ICO 104 H5 ll9

1001

I

1944 •••••••. 1945 ••••.••• 1946 •••••...

1954 ••••.•• 1955 •••••••• 1956 •••••••• 1953 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1954 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

95 94 106 104

I

I

107 115 95

83

58

96 96 101 107

14 14 24

... ... 56

25

50

26 29 31 32

64

84 9'4 100' T09' ft5· t21

102

103

113 116 113 134

105 107

1957 J -M A -J

...

96

125

...

83 90 85 87

83 82 82 76 75

88 88 87 93

97

114 125 116

I

86 126 89 89

113 101

Ill

...

...

89'

75. 91 117 109

!

100 10'5 107 96

611

i

25 25

88

TOO 9a

56 75 56

...

... ...

75

84 80 JIB 91

Ill 126 127 118

104

33 23

74

t·oo

96 86 104 113

101 107 102 JOB

27

... ... ... ... ...

lO>t 1:07

96

1956 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

55 11 13 23

981 65

97 lll 117 110

94

5 62 61

14'6 90

98 97 107 114

105 111

... ......

92 JOl

96 96 103 121

1955 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

105

96 99 110 113

121 121 110 108

... ... 67 72 72

60

76

Manufact. Industries manufact.

...

73

59 64

Metallurgy Metallurgie

Textiles

75

45 50 54

61 66

100 107

Construelion

35 37

55

104

Electricity Electricite

53 33

(suite)

27 35 22 75 94

65 75 76

32 48 53

86· 90

57 77

TOO

108' 122

:

96 98' 101 105·

97 9'6 115 120

94'

101 38

110' 112 110

104 114

92 100 99 93

117 130 131 135

... ...

126

...

i i I

I :

i

-.. I ...--- !' .. I

... .... ... ····· ... ... ... ...

... ... . .. ...

... ... ... ...

... ... ...

64

89'

91 103 114 112:

... ... ... ... ... ...

21

~07'

... ... . ..

... ...

13 15

100·

Mining Mines

General

62 61

T29

j

China- Chine: Taiwan

I

...

... ... ... ... . ... . ..

r

46 53

83 72 72 88 1.14 TOO' Jlf5

TOO 1'05 IT5 117

147 86 67 94

144 87 85 1.04 1154 96 89 J,JB 1•65 92 89 123 171 106

: I

I I

i I

Manufact. Industries manufact.

. .. . .. ... ... . .. . .. ...... ... -.....

12 13

30 47 51

54 75 100

Gas, Electricity 6 Gaz, Electricite 6

... ... . .. ... ... ... .. .... ......

.28.. 35

47 58 78 85 94

li30' 1137

1'16

100 112 11'9' 132

Jl!2 97 87 1061

151' 85 65 93

98 99 107

117 128 91 125

147

134 146

158

Ill

141

87 117

113 112 1:22 128.

126 166 129 125

168 88 86 122

130 128 131 138

117 156

174

139

103

141

104 114

84 83 99

94

97

Ill 113 110

114

i

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 1 Non compris les mines. A partir de 1939, y compris Ia construction. 21929-1938: base originale 1927-1929=100, indices ponderes par valeur brute de Ia production en 1927-1929. A partir de 1939, base originale 1936-1938 =I 00, indices ponderes par valeur ajoutee en 1936-1938; toutefois, l'indice de Ia production miniere est pondere par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1936-1938. 3 Y compris le gaz d'usine. 4 Calcule par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies en combinant certains groupes de l'indice general. 5Moyenne 1936-1938.

See general note on page 120. 1 Excluding mining. Beginning 1939, including construction. 21929-1938: original base 1927-1929=100, weighted by gross value of output in 1927-1929. Beginning 1939, original base 1936-1938= I 00, weighted by value added in 1936-1938 except for the mining index which is weighted by gross value of output in 1936-1938. 3 Including manufactured gas. 4 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. 5J936-J938 average. 61ncluding water supply.

6 Distribution d•eau comprise.

124

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE " 37. Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

=

(suite)

100

ASIA (continued)- ASIE (suite) India 1-ln.de 1

Period Periode

1929 ........ 1932 ........ 1937 ........

Japan 5 - Japon 5

MetalGas, Manufact. 4 lurgy Manufact. Electricity Mining 3 Industries Electricity MetalMining Industries Gaz, manufac. Electricite Textiles General 2 Mines 3 manufac.4 Electricite Textiles ~ General ---- - - - -Mines ----------

... ...

...... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

74

...... ... ...

. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... . .. ... . ..

... ...

...

... ... . ..

. .. . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Machinery6 Chemicals Metallurgy Construe. Industries Metalde machines6 chimiques lurgie

... ...

......

96

....82..

....54..

... ...

149

. .. . ..

... ... 71

...... 55

88 91 92 93 90

103 107 116 118 115

90 93 93 94 91

59 62 64 70 70

129 124 112 89 71

71 76 72 71 58

80 88 93 105 116

72 73 78 81 88

99 109 39 24 29

120 113 60 43 54

101 114 37 18 22

71 70 40 49 56

48 28 16 16 23

50 39 13 12 16

133 120 30 9 13

118 174 55 19 22

65 75 -7990 93

33 43 -5172 80

62 70 -7684 91

29 37 -54' 76 87

23 33 -4865 78

22 38 -5378 84

40 49 -4774 77

80

66

... ... ...

... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ...

87 86 85 -9598

83 88 90 -96101

88 86 84 -95-:98

...88 92

93 97

106 106

38 48 -5574 82

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100 107 116 126

100 103 107 110

100 107 116 127

100 112 128 145

100 103 106 112

100 121 119 124

100 108 117 142

100 95 96 106

100 109 119 146

100 107 116 134

100 107 112 131

100 123 147 170

100 105 119 145

100 97 94 149

1953J -M A -J J -s 0-D

98 100 100 102

... ... ... ...

...

... ...

... . ..

...

109 103 91 97

84 97 99 109

94 99 100 107

85. 96 107 112

88 102 96 113

86 100 103 110

71> 84 89 102

100 105 109 113

... ...

100 108

... ...

110 113

... ...

114 117

103 104

... ... ... ... . .. ...

87 98 98 108

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

. .. ... ... . .. ... ...

121 129

106 106 104 110

92 98 94 98

108 107 105 112

108 108 102 111

105 103 106 114

119 119 122 133

109 108 97 105

98 95 88 84

1955 J -M A -J

116 121 122 120

111. 107 104 107

116 122 123 120

122 127 128 133

106 104 106 107

132 118 117 119

108 114 119 124

94 92 95 104

109 117 121 126

114 115 108 125

107 110 107 117

133 144 155 153

Ill

119 119 128

79 90 93 103

112 109 106 114

122 157 139 130

140 146 144 151

109 115 114 110

124 119 126 126

124 138 143 150

97 106 106 115

126 141 147 154

129 133 130 144

116 128 136 143

156 179 170 175

130 145 148 157

106 121 140 154

123 122

133 151

156 165

113 109

130

150 164

110 118

155 170

144 148

135 144

184 210

167

150 174

1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........

78 76 81 87 82

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........

87 87 89 -8178

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951. ....... 1952 ........

J

-s

0-D 1956 J -M A-J' J -s

0-D 1957 J -M A -J

122 154 137 130 133 149

...

81 78

81 84

I

...

I

... . .. . ..

... ... ... ... ...

. ..

... ...

...

. ..

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 1]937-1945: indices ponderes par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1937, 20 series; 1946-1950: ponderes par Ia valeur ajoulee en 1946, 37 series; a partir de 1951, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1951, 88 series. Les indices mensuels son! ajusles quanl au nombre de jours ouvrables, el certains groupes de l'indice de l'alimenlalion son! ajusles pour tenir compte des variations saisonnieres. 2 1946-1950: industries manufacturieres el houilleres. Avant 1946, l'electricite est aussi comprise. 3 Avant 1951, houilleres seulemenl. 4 Calcule par le Bureau de slalistique des Nations Unies en combinant certains groupes de l'indice general. 5 1937-1949: indices ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1934-1936 raccordes aux indices courants par le Bureau du Conseil economique du gouvernemenl japonais. A partir de 1950, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoulee en 1950. Les indices trimestriels ne son! pas ajusles aux indices annuels. 6 y compris les machines electriques, le materiel de transport et les instru .. ments de precision.

See general note on page 1 20. 1 1937-1945: weighted by gross value of output in 1937, 20 series; 19461950: weighted by value added in 1946, 37 series; beginning 1951, weighted by value added in 19 51 , 88 series. Monthly indexes adjusted for number of working days and some component series of food products are adjusted for seasonal variation. 2 1946-1 9 50: manufacturing and coa! mining. Prior to 1946, including electricity also. 3 Prior to 1951, coal mining only. 4 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. "1937-1949: weighted by value added in 1934-1936, linked to present index by the Economic Counsel Board of the Japanese Government. Beginning 1950, weighted by value added in 1950, Quarterly index numbers not adjusted to the annual indexes. 6 Including electrical machinery, transport equipment and precision instruments.·

125

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

=

(suite)

100

ASIA (continued)- AS IE (suite)

EUROPE

Pakistan

Period Periode

Manufact. Industries manufact.

Philippines

Mining 1 Mines 1

1929 ........ 1932 ........ 1937 ........

... ...

... ... ...

1938 ........ 1939 ........ '1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........

... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . ..

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........ 1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

...

... ... ... ... ...

... ...

43 53 68

Manufact. 2 Industries manufact.2 GeneralS

... . .. ... ... ... .........

...

...... ...... ...

31

...

50 65 79

59

1953J -M A-J J -s

... ... ... ...

97 99 105 97

96 100 99 105

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

99 98 96 89

108 112 113 116

91 105 115 108

115 134 126 132

114 111 126 125

...

... ...

1955 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1956 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A -J

... ...

59

62 62 62 65

67 76

100 109 124

100 112 126 145

0-D

58 58

51

98 100 96 105 120

... ...

43 54

77

100 121 156 179

1954J -M A -J J -s

... . .. ...

72 84 88

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 .........

0-D

Austria

Turkey- Turquie

80 89

...

...... .. .... ......... ...

Mining Mines

... ...

Textiles

... .... ..

. .. . ..

... ... . ..

56

37

68 84 81

56

53

75

46

77 79

62 62

81

56 58

-----

...

Foodstuffs4 Ali menlotion 4

Manufact. Industries manufact.

34 40 39 38 33

47 60 66

42 48 48 47 51

65

65 58

68 67 68 71

...

79

56

83

61

75

66 70 73 84

71 80 80 87 93

67

87 87 82 96

77 75

100 88

100 117 134

100 118 129

100 109 132

57

...97 ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ...

135 142 148 155

...... ...... ...... ... ...

... ... ... ...

... ...

......

... ...

... ...

...

... . .. ... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ...... ... ...... ... ... ...

... ...... ... ... . .. . ..

...... . .. ..,. ...... ...... ...... . .. .. .

84 87

...

.. .... ...... ...... ...... ......... ... ...... ...... ......

General

55

34

Mining Mines

... ...

5-

Autriche

Manufact,6 Industries manufact.6

Electricity

... ...

...... 27

. .. .........

- - - - - -Electricite --60

59

56

... ... .... .. ...

... . .. ...... ... ...... . .. ... ...

...... ...... ... ...... ......

57

... .... .. ...

...

5

...

... ...... ...... ...

54 72 86 97 98

75

54 73 87

89 94

99

61 71 83 91

100 114 133 138

100 110 115 118

100 114 134 140

100 113 123 136

91 99 102 109

96 94 100 109

91 99 101 109

83 103 111 101

99 115 120 123

107 104 112 116

98 115 120 124

93 118 131 109

123 134 134 140

116 111 113 118

124 135 136 143

106 132 138 115

130 139 139 143

117 114 121 120

132 141 140 145

122 136 155 130

137 148

128 118

137 150

129 153

66

99

59

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 1 20. 1 Mines de metaux seulement. 2 Seules les entreprises les plus importantes. s Non compris electricite et gaz. 4 Sucre, biere, spiritueux, vin et tabacs. 5 Indices ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables, Source: Oesterreichisches lnstitut fur Wirtschaftsforschung. 1929-1932: indice couvrarit 11 articles seulement, raccorde a l'indice courant par l'lnstitut. A partir de 1937, 114 series, non compris le gaz d'usine. 6 Calcule par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies en comblnanl certains groupes de I'indice general. Y compris Ies mines de magnesite.

See general note on page 1 20. 1 Metallic mining only. 2 Major manufacturing firms only. 3 Excluding electricity and gas. 4 Sugar, beer, spirits, wine. and tobacco. 5 Adjusted for number of working days. Source: Oesterreichisches lnstitut fur Wirtschaftsforschung. 1929-1932: index covers 11 commodities only; linked to current index by the lnstitut. Beginning 1937, 114 series excluding manufactured gas. 6 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. Including magnesite mining.

126

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE

37. Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia. production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

=

(suite)

100

EUROPE (continued -suite) Belgium 5 - Belgique 5

Austria 1 (cont.)- Autriche 1 (suite)

Period Periode

Foodstuffs 2 Ali mentation 2

1929 ..••.•.. 1932 .•.•.••• 1937 ..•..•••

...... 75

1938 ........ 1939 ••.•••.. 1940 •••••.•. 1941 .•..•••. 1942 •••.•.•.

... ... . .. . .. ...

1943 .•••.•.. 1944 ...•.... 1945 ..•..••. 1946 ...•..•. 1947 ........

...... ... ... ...

Chemicals 3 Industries Textiles

...

...99 ... ... ... .. .... ......... ...

Machinery4 Construe. de

chimiq~_:_ machines 4

..49.... ......... . .. . .. . ..

...

...... ......

General ----- -----

......

... ...

... . .. . ..

74 78

47

...... .. .... . .. .. ....

91

... .. ....

...... .66.. 83

Mining 6 Mines 6

...

. .. ... ... . .. ......

... . .. . ..

... . ..

80

Gas, Manufact.6 Electricity6 Foodstuffs2 Ali menGaz, Industries tation 2 manufact.6 Electricite 6

Textiles 7

......

93

....... 92

90 89

74 83

Metal Metallurgy products 9 MetalProduits lurgie metalliques9

...

... ... ...

85

64 75

. .. ... ......

...... .. .... ... ...... .. ....

81 96

53 71

... . .. . .. .. .... . .. . .. ... ... ... ......

......... ... ... ... ......

......

......

60 67

... . ..

...

876

. ..

...... . .. .. .... . .. .. .... .. .... . .. . .. 92

1948 •..•.... 1949 ........ 1950 .....••. 1951. .••.••. 1952 ....•.•.

62 79 88 91 97

50 76 93 109 94

59 76 93 100 89

48 75 93 107 116

91 -9193 106 101

89 -9392 100 101

92 -9194 108 101

82 -8486 96 97

78 -8487 83 98

86 -89108 108 90

-8987 113 110

as

100 -9692 108 105

1953 .....••. 1954 .•.•.... 1955 ........ 1956 .......•

100 102 111 124

100 111 117 123

100 117 129 124

100 111 141 150

100 106 116 122

100 97 100 100

100 107 120 128

100 108 115 124

100 104 107 109

100 106 110 118

100 109 127 136

100 107 125 135

1953J -M A -J J -s

89 94 92 124

98 93 96 110

88 99 103 110

103 93 94 110

99 10199 103

102 105 92 101

98 100 101 103

103 94 93 110

91 104 102 102

96 95 97 111

105 104 91 100

99 100 98 102

88 97 99 122

107 106 110 121

112 121 110 124

94 104 117 128

102 107 103 111

99 99 91 100

102 109 107 113

113 103 100 116

91 109 106 109

103 104 102 117

104 107 107 118

104 112 101 111

100 102 104 138

118 116 110 122

131 133 124 128

125 134 139 160

112 116 111 124

98 101 93 109

116 120 115 127

119 109 107 123

98 113 110 108

110 107 100 122

127 125 122 133

119 127 120 135

0-D

108 110 119 158

124 122 115 131

133 130 120 124

136" 151 152 162

120 127 116 126

100 107 89 102

124 132 123 132

130 118 113 134

101 114 109 112

115 116 110 131

137 138 130 140

130 144 130 137

1957 J -M A -J

114 114

140 139

132 128

143 172

127 128

98 104

133 134

135 124

101 114

129 129

147 135

141 143

0-D

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1955J -M A -J J -S 0-D

1956 J -M A -J J -s

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 1 Voir note 5 a Ia page precedente. 2 Y compris les boissons. 3 Y compris les produits en caoutchouc. 4 Non compris les appareils et machines electriques. 5 Source: lnstitut de recherches economiques et sociales, Louvain. Indices ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables. 1936-1 948: ajustes parti-

See general note on page 120. 1 See footnote 5 on preceding page. 2 Including beverages. 3 Including rubber products. 4 Excluding electrical machinery and apparatus. 5 Source: lnstitut de recherches economiques et sociales, Louvain. Adjusted for number of working days. 1936-1948: partially adjusted for seasonal variations. 6 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. 7 Including synthetic flbres and hosiery. 81936-1938 average. 91ncluding machinery and transport equipment. Prior to 1953, weighted by wages and salaries paid in 1948-1950.

ellement pour tenir compte des variations saisonnieres.

6 Calcule par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies en combinant certains groupes de l'indice general. 7 Y compris les flbres synthetiques et bonneterie. 8 Moyenne 1936-1938. 9 Y compris machines et materiel de transport. Avant 1953, pondere par les salaires et traitements payes en 1948- 1950.

127

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

=

(suite)

100

EUROPE (co~tinued -suite) Bulgaria- Bulgorie

Period Periode

General

Mining Mines

Manufact. Industries manufact.

Electricity Electricite

Foodstuffs Ali men· tation

Textiles

Metal Chemical products l Industries Produits chimiques metalliquesl

1929 •••••••• 1932 ••••••.• 1937 ••••••••

Czechoslovakia

Denmark 2 - Denemark 2

General

GeneralS

Manufact. Industries manufact.

Gas, Electricity 4 Gaz, Electricite 4

535

48 43

532

48

1938 •••••••• 1939 •••••••• 1940 •••••••• 1941 •••••••• 1942 ••••••••

65 65 70

. ..

1943 •••••••• 1944 •••••••• 1945 •••••••• 1946 •••••••• 1947 ••••••••

56 54 56 57 57 48

75

65 76

68 78 91

82 -8898 100 96

84 -89100 101 96

100 104 116 127

100 109 112 111

100 109 110 108

100 116 136 144

1953 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

100 101 93 104

99 104 103

117 81 86 115

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

107 113 101 115

105 114 102 113

128 104 93 141

1955 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

130

114 115 104 116

112 115 104 111

145 116 109 173

120 125 120 141

110 110 104 122

106 109 103 116

161 117 116 182

132 137

120 118

115 119

175 120

1948 •••••••• 1949 •••••••• 1950 •••••••• 1951. ••••••• 1952 •••••••• 1953 •••••••• 1954 •••••••• 1955 •••••••• 1956 ••••••••

1956J-M A -J J -s 0-D

39 52 63

52

59

-75 88 100 109 118 135

100 120 130 135

100 107 116 135

100 114 116 135

100 101 106 126

100 114 117 134

100 115 151 190

100 117 134 156

...

1957J -M A -J

94

63 72

-7581 93 99

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. l Y compris machines et materiel de transport. 2 1929-1946: base originale 1935 = 100, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1939. A partir de 1947, base originale 1949 = 100, panderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1949. Ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables.

See general note on page 1 20. llncluding machinery and equipment. 2 1929-1946: original base 1935 = 100, weighted by value added in 1939. Beginning 1947, original base 1949 = 100, weighted by value added in 1949. Adjusted for number of working days. 3 Excluding mining. 4 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. 51935.

3 Non compris les mines. 4 Calcule par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies en comb in ant certains groupes de l'indice general. 51935. .

128

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

(continued) -

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(suite)

1953= 100 EUROPE (continued -suite)

Period Periode

Denmork 1 (continued) Denemark 1 (suite) Metal products 3 Foodstuffs 2 Produits metalAli menliques 3 lotion 2 Textiles

Finlond 4- Finlonde 4

General

Mining 5 Mines 5

Manufac.5, 6 Industries manufac. 5, 6

Gas, Electricity 1 Gaz, Electricite 7

Foodsluffs 8 Alimen!alien 8

Textiles 9

Paper products Articles en papier

Metal products 10 Produits metalliques 10

1929 .....•.• 1932 .....•.. 1937•.......

48 52 65

42 47 63

47 31 57

36 34 55

... ...

...

... ... ...

... ... ...

...... . ..

28 30 57

45 52 91

30 18 37

1938 .......• 1939.•...•.. 1940 .•...... 1941. •.....• 1942 .....•..

65 68 57 57 58

61 69 55 40 35

58 65 48 46 52

57 55 41 42 44

52 63 70 88 85

57 56 41 42 43

51 45 35 36 39

43 41 37 40 38

61 58 56 43 34

88 87 39 44 57

41 40 38 42 45

1943 .•...... 1944 ••...... 1945 .....•.. 1946 •......• 1947.•......

58 63 57 75 85

38 37 34 56 67

51 48 39 53 68

50 47 49 59 66

126 80 71 68 76

50 47 49 60 67

55 49 51 52 53

42 41 39 47 51

39 43 47 57 59

59 47 48 67 76

49 48 49 62 71

1948 •••.••.. 1949 ••...•.• 1950 ........ 1951. ....•.. 1952 .....•..

92 -94102 102 98

81 -93113 102 94

80 -8597 106 98

-7579 85 98 94

-8486 73 92 98

-7680 86 99 94

-5766 77 85 89

-5767 78 86 95

-6776 89 95 97

-8377 92 107 93

-8591 82 103 102

1953 •....•.. 1954 •••..•.• 1955 •••.••.• 1956 ••••••••

100 103 108 108

100 96 91 90

100 117 123 119

100 114 128 131

100 110 135 145

100 115 127 131

100 105 125 126

100 109 118 126

100 114 133 144

100 125 143 150

100 114 126 130

1953 J -M

94 107 99 98

106 105 90 100

98 101 91 109

95 97 96 111

95 94 105 106

95 97 96 111

99 94 96 111

88 98 103 111

101 104 83 113

99 89 98 113

101 100 90 108

94 111 101 104

98 97 88 103

115 120 109 125

110 114 112 124

113 105 123 99

110 115 112 124

109 95 96 122

92 111 116 116

114 115 102 125

120 117 128 135

116 113 102 125

100 111 110 108

102 93 79 88

128 127 110 126

126 126 125 135

127 122 129 162

125 127 124 134

133 120 116 132

106 115 127 123

131 132 122 144

138 !'34 148 152

129 126 114 138

99 117 103 112

87 83 83 106

122 120 108 126

109 139 134 143

130 138 158 150

108 140 134 143

118 118 122 144

103 135 133 132

121 153 138 164

120 152 166 165

114 138 123 146

107 125

114 109

125 124

144 134

175 160

143 134

146 124

122 129

165 149

171 154

146 131

\

A -J J -s 0-D

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1955 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1956 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A -J

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. I 1929-1946: base originale 1935 = 100, indices ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1939. A partir de 1947, base originale 1949 = 100, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1949. Ajustes quanl au nombre de jours ouvrables. 2 Y compris boissons eltabacs. 31929-1946: y compris le materiel de transport. 4 1929- 1947: indices ponderes par Ia valeur ajoulee en 1938. A partir de 1948, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1948. 5 Mines de mineraux non metalliques comprises avec les industries manufac-

See general note on page 120. 11929-1946: original base 1935 = 100, weighted by value added in 1939. Beginning 1947, original base 1949 = 100, weighted by value added in 1949. Adjusted for number of working days. 2 Including beverages and tobacco products•. 3 1929-1946: including transport equipment. 4 1929- 1947: weighted by value added in 1938. Beginning 1948, weighted by value added in 1948. 5 Non-metallic mining included with manufacturing industries. 6 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. 7Jncluding water supply. 8 Beginning 1948, including beverages and tobacco products. 9Jncluding clothing. 10 Including machinery and transport equipment.

turieres. 6 Calcule

par le Bureau de slalistique des Nations Unies en combinant certains groupes de l'indice general. 7 Y compris Ia distribution d'eau. 8 A partir de 1948, boissons et tabacs compris. 9 Y compris l'habillement. IO Y compris machines et materiel de transpar1.

129

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

=

(suite)

100

EUROPE (continued- suite) France 1

General Period Periode

Including Construction incluse

...

Construction exclue

Mining

Manufact.2 Industries

Mines

manufact.2

Gas, Electricity Gaz, Electricite

... ... ...

. .. ... ...

... . .. ...

74

79

72

Excluding

Chemicals 5 Industries Construction 3

Textiles 4

chimiques 5

. .. ... . ..

. ..

... . .. ...

... ... ...

... ...

... ... ...

52

... ... . .. ...

63

... . ..

61

. ..

......... . .. . .. . .. ... ... ...

89 90 94 104 94

73 86 85 98 109

110 80 84 98 102

1929 •.••••.. 1932 ........ 1937 ........

. .. ...

1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... •.•• ... ... ... ... ... ...

. .. ... . ..

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........

. .. ... ... . .. . .. . .. ... ... ...

. .. ... ... . ..

... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ...

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

80 83 87 98 99

79 82 87 98 99

76 88 88

79 82 87 99 99

73 74 81 94 99

83 88 88 94 99

1953 ........ 1954 ........

73

95

103

Metallurgy Metallurgie

Metal products 6 Produits metalliques 6

... . .. 64

... ...

98

. ..

... . .. . .. ...

...

... ...

... ...

... ... ... ... 82 77

83 99 93

...

... ...

...... ... ...

82

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

109 118 129

110 120 133

103 109 110

111 121 135

110 120 131

103 109 109

107 104 112

116 139 152

107 127 135

112 126 145

98 105 90 109

98 105 89 110

106 105 85 108

97 105 89 110

106 98 89 109

94 103 97 107

95

103 88 114

96 101 91 114

108 109 87 99

98 108 89 110

106 114 100 118

108 116 99 119

105 102 98 110

108 118 99 120

115 109 101 118

92 104 104 111

108 113 93 116

113 121 108 125

100 107 105 116

109 123 98 122

116 123 108 128

120 123 108 130

108 111 103 111

121 128 108 132

124 116 109 129

98 112 107 113

109 108 88 110

136 148 128 148

125 132 118 133

124 134 112 141

131 141 119 144

1'08 115 106 115

133 146 121 147

139 123 113 142

91 116 106 114

109 120 96 125

145

0-D

118 133 116 135

143 164

130 141 129 141

134 146 123 146

1957 J -M A -J

137 144

142 149

116 120

145 154

148 135

112 118

128 134

167 176

145 147

151 163

1955 ........

1956 ........ 1953J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1954 J -M A -J J

-s

0-D

1955 J -M A -J

J

-s

0-D

1956 J -M A -J J

-s

159

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. lJndices ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables. 2 Calcule par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies en combinant

See general note on poge 120. 1 Adjusted for number of working days. 2 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index. S Including public works. 'Including synthetic fibres. 5 Excluding vegetable and animal oils and fats and synthetic fibres. &Including machinery and transport equipment.

certains groupes de l'indice general.

Y compris les travaux publics. 4 Y compris les fibres synthetiques, 5 Non compris les huiles et graisses vegetales et animales et les flbres synthetiques.

3

6 Y compris machines et materiel de transport.

130

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

(continued)·-

1953

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(suite)

= 100

EUROPE (continued- suite) Germany 1 - Allemagne

1

West 2- Occidentale 2

East- Orientale

Period Periode

1929 ...•..•. 1932 ........ 1937 •....••• 1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........ 1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........

General

... ...

... ... ...

Basic materials Materiaux de base

... ... ... . .. ... ...

... ... ...

... ...

... ...

... ... ... ......

... ...

...

Foodstuffs Alimentation

Metalworking Metaux

... ...

... ...

... ... ... ... ... ...

Light industry Industria Iegere

... ...... ...

... ...

... ... ... . .. ... . .. ... ... ......

A -J

... ... ... ... ...

... ...... ... ... . ..

..53.... . .. . .. .. . ......... . ..

37 56 71 85 90

56 67 75 87 95

100 112 129 139

100 105 110 115

100 112 130 140

100 113 127 141

91 99 101 110

94 100 100 110

101 99 98 101

89 99 100 111

103 91 95 112

99 112 111 .124

103 112 112 126

105 103 104 109

100 112 112 126

114 105 107 125

116 129 128 141

117 128 128 141

106 111 110 115

118 129 129 143

127 118 120 144

128 141 138 147

129 140 138 147

110 117 115 119

130 143 139 149

147 133 131 153

139 150

140 150

115 123

140 152

155 142

... ...... ... ... .... .. ... ...... ...... ...... ... ... ......

... ...

76

100 112 129 139

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

1957 J -M

. .. . .. . ..

72 85 91

... ... ...

... ... ... ...

99

85 91

... ... ... ... ... ...

A-J J -s 0-D

... . .. ... ...

72

... ... ... ...

1956 J -M

....77.. ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. ... .58..

72 85 93

100 111 117 122

111 117 117 129

... 78 ... ... .. . . .. . .. ... .... .. . ..

70 85 100 112 121 132

A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

68 83 100 100 108 113

1955 J -M

... .... ..

78 90 100 110 120 129

100 105 110 126

... ... . ..

62 74 83 91 97

100 110 119 126

A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ...

... ...

... ... 67

... ... ... ......

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

1954 J -M

Gas, Electricity Gaz, Electricite

... . .. ... 50

... ...

40 49 63 77 89

A -J J -s 0-D

Mining Mines

Manufact. Industries manufact.

Excluding Construction exclue

... ... ... ...... 56

...

... ... ...

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

1953 J -M

General Including Construction incluse

... ...

... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

. ..

... ... ...... ...

... . ..

...

... . .. ...

... ... ...

41 58

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 1 Les donnees pour I'AIIemagne entiere avant 1939 se trouvent dans I'Annuaire statistique 1954 et les ~ditions precedentes. 2 Ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables.

See general note on page 120. 1 Figures for all Germany, prior to 1939, may be found in the Statistical Yearbook 1954 and preceding issues. 2 Adjusted for number of working days.

131

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

37.

Index numbers of industrial production (continued)-lndices de Ia production industrielle (suite)

1953 = 100 EUROPE (continued- suite) Germany

1

(cont.)- Allemagne

1

(suite)

West 2 (cant.)- Occidentale 2 (suite)

Chemicals Industries

Iron and steel

Textiles

chimiques

Fer, acier

Saar2 Sarre 2

W. BerJin4 Berlin-0. 4

Machinery Construction de machines

Electrical Machinery Machines electr.

General

General

Period Periode

Construction

Foodstuffs 3 Alimentation 3

1929 •....•.. 1932 ........ 1937 ........

... ... ...

... ......

... ...

. .. ... ...

... . .. . ..

... ... ...

. .. ... . ..

.........

.........

1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 •....... 1942 ........

... ... ... ...

BO

... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ...

73

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

72

...... ···" ... ... ... ... ... ...

70

116

. .. ... ... ... .. .... ...... ...

. ..

83

41

86

...... . .. . .. . ..

......... ... . .. ... . .. . .. . ..

186

...... . .. . .. ... .... .. . ..

. .. ... . .. . ..

32 58 77 87 84

38

72 78 84

40 61 70 80 86

72 85 84

37 60 79 93 109

30 51 65 87 101

34 49 63 86 91.

58 73 80 98 102

52 35 -52-

100 110 124 131

100 106 116 125

100 107 116 124

100 114 128 140

100 112 141 153

100 112 137 150

100 1 i8 155 170

100 108 118 126

100 124 153 173

65 113 116 106

80 98 100 122

94 102 111

94 100 101 108

112 102 94 96

98 105 98 104

91 94 102 116

99 103 99 100

92 96 100 111

1954 J -M

58

A -J J -s 0-D

126 131 127

89 105 103 125

104 102 106 115

106 115 116 120

99 108 117 128

102 113 110 124

106 116 114 135

100 108 108 112

110 122 126 137

1955 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

72 142 144 135

99 114 116 136

111 111 112 127

122 130 128 132

134 141 140 148

123 138 137 152

143 156 151 168

110 121 117 122

139 151 156 168

1956 J -M

82 154 151 137

106 123 126 143

120 121 121 132

131 143 140 146

149 154 152 158

142 159 147 151

166

A -J J -s 0-D

164 176

121 128 124 129

162 171 174 187

1957 J -M A-J

99 144

116 140

132 125

152 160

160 159

149 164

173 185

128 135

173 184

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........ 1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........ 1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 •••••••• 1956 ........

1953 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

... ... ... ... ...

...

56

...

97

55

-

175

. .. . .. . .. . .. ......... ...

58

75

83

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 1 20. 1 Les donnees pour I'Allemagne entiere avant 1939 se trouvent dans I'Annuaire statistique 1954 et les editions precedentes. 2 Ajuste quant au nombre de jours ouvrables. 3 Y compris boissons et produits du tabac. 4Avant 1950, base originale 1938 = 100; source: Deutsches lnstitut fur Wirtschaftsforschung, Berlin. A partir de 1950, non compris l'electricite et le gaz d'usine; ponderation par Ia valeur nette de Ia production en 1952.

See general note on page 120. 1 Figures for all Germany, prior to 1939, may be found in the Statistical Yearbook 19 54 and preceding issues. 2 Adjusted for number of working days. 3 Including beverages and tobacco products. 4Prior to 1950, original base 1938 = 100; source: Deutsches lnstitut fiir Wirtschaftsforschung, Berlin. Beginning 1950, excluding electricity and manufactured gas, weighted by net value of production in 1952.

132

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE

37.

Index numbers of industrial production

-Indices de Ia production industrielle 1953 = 100

{continued]

{suite]

EUROPE {continued -suite] Greece 1- Grece 1

Period Periode

General2

1929 ........ 1932 ........ 1937........

40 40 61

1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 .....•.. 1942 ........

67 -71-

Mining Mines

Manufact. Industries manufac.

... ... ... ... ....91.. ... ... ...

.... .. ... ... ....80.. ... ......

Electricity Electricite

Hungory- Hongrie

Foodstuffs 4 Alimentation 4

Textiles 5

Chemicals 6 Industries chimiques 6

78 62 79

34 41 64

53 38 66

80 -81-

71 -79-

80 -88-

Manufact. 7 Industries manufac. 7

General

Mining Mines

...... ... 35 ... ...... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ...45

...... . .. 37 ......... ... ......... ... ... ...51

58 73 90

59 67 86

39 55 73 90

.. .... ... ..29.... .. .... . .. . .. ... ......

3 24

38 48

37 13 15

.... .. ... .34.. ... ... ... ... ... 323

39 50

31 40

53 57

320 45 56

325 39 49

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

52 62 78 89 88

18 15 22 41 58

52 63 80 91 89

50 61 71 82 87

57 65 83 92 90

55 62 84 98 92

53 70 79 96 86

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100 122 130 134

100 123 132 150

100 124 128 130

100 116 138 154

100 123 129 132

100 117 108 109

100 140 154 136

100 105 115 104

100 100 111 98

100 102 110 101

1953 J -M A -J J -s

85 94 102 117

84 95 103 119

93 94 99 114

85 98 108 110

87 91 100 122

76 94 96 135

... ... ... ...

118 119 127 132

111 108 114 132

112 123 131 124

124 117 115 119

129 121 145 166

.... ..... ... ...... ... ...

125 130 130 127

132 130 137 152

122 130 136 127

112 110 106 104

149 163 154 149

123 131 131 133

155 144 147 171

119 134 142 132

108 104 108 116

134 146 126 137

........ ... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... . ..

175 162

120 135

117 120

137 149

1943 .....•.. 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........

0-D

......

... .3.23....

1954 J -M A -J

116 117 124' 132

19551 -M

126 130 131 131

J -s 0-D A -J

J

-s

0-D

1956 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A -J

129 132 134 140 137 141

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ... ...

129 137

...... ... . .. . ..

...... ... ...... 3 39

... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ...

... ...

114 117 119 46

75 95

. ..

;

... . .. . ..

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 11929- 1938: indices ponderes par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1928. A partir de 1939, panderation par Ia valeur brute de Ia production en 1939; source: Federation des industries grecques.

See general note on page 120. 11929- 1938: weighted by the gross value of output in 1928. Beginning 1939, weighted by the gross value of output in 1939; source: Federation of Greek Industries. 2 Excluding mining and manufactured gas. 3 May-December. 41ncluding beverages. 51ncluding synthetic fibres. 6 1ncluding glass and rubber products but excluding synthetic fibres. 7 1ncluding electricity, manufactured gas and steam.

2 Non compris les mines ni le gaz d'usine. 3 Mai-decembre.

4 Y compris les boissons. 5Y 6Y

compris les fibres synthetiques. compris les produils en verre et en caoutchouc mais non les fibres synthetiques. 7 Y compris l'electricite, le gaz d'usine et Ia vapeur.

133

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

(continued) -

1953

=

(suitel

100

EUROPE (continued- suite) Ireland -lrlande

Hungary (continued)- Hongrie (suite)

Durable

Period Perlode

1929 ••••.••• 1932 ........ 1937........ 1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 .... ~ ... 1941 ........ 1942 ........ 1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947........ 1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........ 1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........ 1953 J -M A -J

J

-s

0-D

1954 J -M A -J J

-s

0-D

1955 J -M A -J

Electricity Electricite

... ...

... 25 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

-s

0-D

72

1957 J -M

96 114

A -J

... ...

100

...

J

... ... ... ... ...

100 106 116 111

130 121 123

A -J

... ...

53 67 84

1956 J -M

0-D

28

60 73 88

... ... ...

Foodstuffs 1 Alimentation 1

... ...

...36

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

consumers'

...

...54

-s

J

Building materials Materiaux de construetion

94

109 104

... ... ......

... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Textiles

Metallurgy Metallurgie

... ...... ..58.... ... ... ..... .... ......

... ...... ....32.. ...... ......... ......

...

... 43

63

65 78

75

94

75

89

... ... ... 32 ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... .42..

Machinery 2 Construction de machines 2

......... ..13.... ...... ......... ... . .. .25..

58

37 60 84

GeneralS

non-durables

55

...... 44

... ... 68

... .57..

38 438 54

47

56 56 52 43

50 43 32 26

65 66 51 39 29

58 60 58 48

44 47 54

26 27 32

30 30 34

48 51

61 65

46

55 75

71 81 91

71 86

94

92

111 100

91 102 111 107 88

100 116 120

100 122 131

102

... ... . .. . .. ... . .. . .. . .. ... ...

...... . .. . .. ...... ...... ...... . .. ... ......... . .. ......

91

102 100 108 116

100 101 110

100 91

95

99

90

100 103 108 102

... .... ..... ... .... ..... .... ......

... ... ... ... .... .. ... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ...

... ... ... ...

91 101 102 105

... ... ... ... ...... ...

...... ... ...

... ... ... ...

... ...

... ...

.. . ... ... ... ... ...... ... ........ .... ......

...

...

...

... ... ... ... ... ...

goods Biens de

consommation consommation

durables

100 112 123 118

96

· Producers' goods Biens de production

Non-durable consumers' goods Biens de

96 105 105 105 100 110 117 114 102 106 100 100 94

105

58

99

... .........

... . .. ... ...

. .. . .. . .. . .. ... ... . .. ... ... . .. ...

... . .. . .. ...... .. .... ... ...

55

59

63 65 69

78 89 90 90 100 99

. ..

··Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 1 Boissons et tabacs compris. 2 Y compris le materiel de transport.

See general note on page 120. 11ncluding beverages and tobacco. 21ncluding transport equipment. 8 Excluding electricity and manufactured gas,

3 Non

'1931.

compris J'eJectricite ni le gaz d'usine .

41931.

134

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE

37.

Index numbers of industrial production (continued) -

Indices de Ia production industrielle

1953

=

(suite)

100

EUROPE (continued- suite) Italy 1-Jtalie 1

Period Periode

GeneraJ2

Mining Mines

Gas, Manufact. Electricity Industries Gaz, manufac. Electricite

Textiles 3

63

... ...70

...

-62-

-73-

-65-

... ...

... ... ... ...

1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947........

... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

...... ... -50... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

1948........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

62 68 79 90 91

60 69 77 90

61 68 79 90 91

73 69 79 91 96

86 91 97 104 96

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100

100

100

100

109 118 128

104 126 172

109 118 127

94

98 99 110

95 101 102 101

105 108 109 115

1929 ........ 1932 ........ 1937........

63

... ...

110 73 90

Luxembourg 5

Chemicals Metallurgy Industries Metalchimiques lurgie

.. ....

Metal products 4 Produits metalliques 4

61

45

40

62

31 57

-66-

... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ...

-58-

59 69 88 85

57 57 71 91 101

61 68 77

100

100

106 112 118

100

102 91 96

121 135 146

93 98 98 110

97 98 100 107

99 100

98 101 108 110

105 108 109 116

106 103 109 109

103 101

113 118 117 123

114 119 131 140

113 118 117 123

0-D

122 128 126 134

144 165 180 198

1957 J -M A -J

133 138

214 246

1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........ 1943 ........ 1944 .... .•..

1953 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1955 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1956 J -M A -J J -s

42

... ...

64

...

-90-

...

... ... ... ... ... ......

... -53......

...... ...... ... ... ...

Gas, Manufact. Electricity Industries Gaz, manufac. Electricite

General

Mining Mines

... ...91

... ... 109

...... 92

...... 68

64 ... ... ... ... ... ...

....82.. ... ... ... .... ..

......... ... ... ... ...

62

59 ...

... ...

... ... ... ...

.........

...

... ... ... ... ... .46..

Iron and steel Fer et acier

102

.94..

..55.... ...... ......

10

69

41 38

91 88 92 111 109

57 70 71 88 101

100

100

116 143 157

100

105 118 130

100

105 116 126

100

100

84 97 101

105 117 127

111 122 128

105 119 128

86 96 107 110

88 97 104 112

98 101 95 106

103 108 96

104 108 95

94

104 113 97 84

94

97 99 100 103

106 108 92 92

105

112 121 123 127

105 113 118 128

104 104 103 107

96 103 107 111

73 84 87 91

97 104 108 111

106 106 113 120

97 102 110 114

109 112 112 115

96 90 84 93

126 141 138 134

132 146 144 150

113 116 119 122

113 115 116 122

85 95 104 103

114 116 116 122

122 120 122 125

117 115 117 125

121 128 125 133

116 115 118 122

93 91 104

137 148 147 150

143 160 159 167

128 138 125 129

120 129 124 129

88 112 99 105

122 129 125 131

128 127 127 130

126 131 125 132

132 137

119 122

107 107

147

166 177

138 141

129 132

104 117

131 133

134 131

132 133

...

94

107

99

94

54

...

See general note on page 120. 11929- 1938: weighted mainly by employment in 1927. Beginning 1948, weighted by value added in 1948. 2 1929- 1938: including building and public works. 1929- 1932: excluding mining. 3 1929-1938: including synthetic flbres. 4 Including machinery and transport equipment. 5 Adjusted for number of working days.

64

90

54

55 72 95 89 94

113 110

49

54

65

71 75 82 92 95

93 86 93 117 115

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 11929- 1938: indices ponderes principalement par le nombre d'ouvriers employes en 1927. A partir de 1948, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 2

1948. 1929-1938: y compris le botiment et les travaux publics. 1929-1932:

non compris les mines. 3 1929-1938: y compris les flbres synthetiques. 4 Y compris machines et materiel de transport.

5Jndices ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables.

135

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

37.

Index numbers of industrial production

(continued)

-Indices de Ia production industrielle

(suite)

1953 = 100 EUROPE (continued -suite) Norway 6 -

Netherlands 1 - Pays-Bas 1 Gas, Electricity 3 Gaz, Electricite 3

Foodstuffs 4 Ali mentalion 4

Metal products 5 Produits m•Halliques5

Period Periode

General

Mining 2 Mines 2

Manufact, Industries manu fa c.

1929 ........ 1932 .... ·- ... 1937 ........

55 46 -61-

89 98 -113-

55 46 -61-

····43

73 73 -76-

-·...

67

56 30 -52-

1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........

62 69 64 55 44

106 103 98 112 102

62 71 65 51 38

45 48 46 48 48

79 79 79 66 51

64

50

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........

40 27 19 46 58

103 71 48 66 80

33 20 18 44 57

46 39 25 46 56

43 33 37 66 72

1948 ........ 1949 .... ·-·· 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

70 -7887 91 91

87 -9398 100 100

69 -7888 91 91

66 -7181 85 91

76 -8492 92 96

67 -7884 88 88

62 -7281 86 87

1953 ....... ·• 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100 110 118 124

100 100 102 103

100 111 120 124

100 111 117 130

100 103 108 113

100 107 109 112

1953 J -M

92 100 102 107

98 100 102 101

91 100 102 104

102 91 92 113

86 102 102 111

101 110 110 119

96 99 105 100

101 112 112 120

117 102 102 122

110 118 118 124

98 97 105 104

111 120 120 126

119 126 121 129

99 103 105 104

124 129

104 102

A -J J -s 0-D

1954 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1955 J -M A-J J -5 0-D

1956 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A-J

Textiles

74 64

35 25 17 11 8 35 55

-···-

... ... ... ...

9 35 47

Norvege

6

Gas, Electricity Gaz, Electricite

Mining 7 Mines 7

Manufact. 7 Industries manufac. 7

--...

...

·-··...

.........

......

57 61

150 143

52 56

52 55

General

... ... ·-... . .. ...

54 63

...... ·-.. .... .40..

-··

.. .... . .. 54

... ... ... ... ··... 59

. .. . ..

··-

59

63

60

70 78 87 94 95

66 71 69 73 86

71 77 87 94 94

66 79 90 90 96

100 120 134 140

100 109 117 122

100 100 109 121

100 108 117 122

100 111 116 121

98 97 99 105

93 103 105 106

105 98 92 105

108 99 81 112

104 97 94 103

103 94 92 111

88 103 104 118

105 103 105 113

106 123 122 127

116 106 100 114

109 98 82 112

115 106 100 113

122 104 99 120

123 107 107 132

91 110 111 122

109 105 . 106 117

127 137 137 136

125 114 106 122

116 105 89 125

125 114 106 122

129 111 101 122

119 127 122 130

140 117 117 146

99 116 .. 112 126

115 109 110 114

136 147 138 140

129 120 112 129

131 128 89 136

128 119 111 128

132 111 110 133

125 130

143 128

103 118

117 111

140 143

135 125

140 121

134 124

139 124

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 1 1929-1932: indices ponderes principalement par Je nombre d'ouvriers employes en 1929. A partir de 1937, ponderes principalement par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1938. A partir de 1949, ponderes principalement par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1949. 2 1937- 1948: houilleres seulement. 3 Y compris Ia distribution d'eau. 4 Boissons et tabacs compris. 5 A partir de 1937, y compris Ia metallurgie. 6Jndices ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables. 7 Avant 1949, l'indice des industries manufacturieres comprend les mines

See general note on page 120. 11929-1932: weighted mainly by employment in 1929. Beginning 1937, weighted mainly by value added in 1938. Beginning 1949, weighted mainly by value added in 1949. 21937-1948: coal mining anly. SJncluding water supply. 4Jncluding beverages and tobacco. 5 Beginning 1937, including metallurgy. 6 Adjusted for number of working days. 7 Prior to 1949, non-metallic mining and quarrying are included in the manufacturing index.

de mineraux non mBtalliques et les carrieres.

136

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE 37.

Index numbers of industrial production

Indices de Ia production industrielle

!continued) -

1953

=

(suital

100

EUROPE (continued- suite) Norway 1 - Norvege (continued- suite)

1

Pulp and paper P8te el papier

Metal products Produits metalliques

Chemicals Industries chimiques

57 67

46 48

40 43

1943 .. " ..•• 1944 .. ·- .•.. 1945 .. """ 1946 ........ 1947........

56 69

50 60

41 48

1948 .. " .•.• 1949 ........ 1950 .. """ 1951 ........ 1952 .. " .•..

78 81 92 99 91

68 74 81 89 92

52 64 85 102 99

1953 .... "" 1954 .. " ...• 1955." .••.• 1956 .. " .•.•

100 112 119 119

100 108 121 124

100 122 124 128

1953 J -M

96 94 96 115

107 100 87 105

124 86 92 97

110 103 111 124

113 107 96 117

168 107 105 109

124 117 112 126

131 120 106 115

168 101 105 105

122 123 101 131

129 124 110 132

176 97 120 116

133 124

133 122

162 118

Period Periode

1929 .•.. - ..• 1932 .. " .•.. 1937 ........ 1938 ........ 1939 .. " .... 1940 ........ 1941 "" . " . 1942 ........

A -J J -s 0-D

1954 J -M A -J J -s 0-D

1955) -M A -J J -s 0-D

1956 J -M A-J J -s 0-D

1957 J -M A-J

Poland Pologne

General

Romania- Roumanie Building materials Materiaux de cans!ruction

Faadsluffs Alimenlotion

General

Mining 2 Mines 2

33

55

15

55

33

28

41

17

34

Textiles

Chemicals Industries chimiques

Iran and steel Fer el acier

Machinery and metal working Machines, metaux

26

39 46 59

20

35

30

20

42

18

34

66

36

100 116

100 106

100 122

49

57

40

59

58

100 110

100 106

100 124

100 108

100 99

20

72

85 100 111 124 135

...

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. lJndices ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables. 2Calcule par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies en combinanl certains groupes de l'indice general.

See general note on page 120. 1 Adjusted for number of working days. 2 Calculated by the Statistical Office of the United Nations by combining components of the general index.

137

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

37.

Index numbers of industrial production

(continued)

-Indices de Ia production industrielle

1953

=

(suite)

100

EUROPE (continued- suite) Spoin- Espagne

Period Periode

1929 ........ 1932 ........ 1937 ........ 1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 •.•..•.•

Mining Mines

... ... ... ... . ..

Gas, Electricity Gaz, Electricite

... ... ...

......

64 68

39 40 46

71 74

65

1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947........

75

50 49 43

78

56

77

61

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951. ....... 1952 ........

80 82 86 92 99

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........ 1953 J -M

95

A -J J -s

Sweden 1, 2 - Suede 1, 2

Textiles

... ... . .. ... ...

United King dam 7- Royaume-Uni 7

Textiles

Pulp and paper 5 Pate et papier 5

Metal products 6 Produits metalliques6

49 52 63

49 53 76

49 46 73

39 31 70

72 78 80 73 73

66 73

66 72 69 68 71

GeneralS

Foodstuffs 4 Alimenla· lion 4

40 35 60

82

60 66 60

77

59

69 73 72 68

90

62

65

104 97 99 120 99

65

66 74 80 85 89

75

56

69 68 82 84

76 83 84 87

60 71 86 89

72 73 68 71 68

90 93 97 101 99

92 98 97 97 99

97 99 102 103 86

92 87 101 104 92

73 80 81 91 102

56

50 58

General B

Mining 9 Mines 9

Manufact. Industries manufac.

76

111

. .. ...

. .. ...

71

105

..66....

... . ..

. .. ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

84 87

72

76

71

... ...

... ... ...

70

·75

63

93

57

75

70 84

80 77

95

94

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

104 108 119

104 122 138

100

91 96 101

104 111 114

102 108 108

99 96

115 122 128

110 125 138

107 113 112

101 99 100

108 115 114

100 101 104

98 105 98 102

104 99

98 99 90 116

101 104 87 110

98 99 90 115

104 105

101

102 105 85 109

119

100 99 94 106

106 99 88 105

99 99 94 107

98 104 104 106

113 105 98 99

91 92 84 98

106 111 90 113

95

107 93 115

107 107 83 103

118 116 102 125

115 117 84 126

108 107 101 113

107 101 89 105

108 108 102 115

105 106 107 114

121 121 112 134

93 96 91 101

113 117

104 111 98 117

96 98 80 103

124 125 111 128

128 130 102 137

115 113 105 119

107 98 87 106

118 116 107 121

147 131 130 145

97 104 96 109

116 119 97 124

105 113

0-D

114 118 119 124

119

98 102 78 105

130 129 115 140

139 140 119 155

116 114 105 117

105 102 88 106

118 116 106 117

1957 J -M

126

143

107

121 126

103 114

101 109

138 141

152 152

117 116

lOB 104

118 118

0-D

1954 J -M A -J J -s

0-D

1955 J -M A -J J -s

0-D

1956 J -M A-J J -s

A -J

...

. ..

95

. ..

95

118

95

95

75

-8388 94 97 94

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 120. 1(ndices ajusles quanl au nombre de jours ouvrables. 2 lndice mensuel de Sveriges lndustriforbund raccorde Kommerskollegium. 3 Non compris l'electricite et le gaz d'usine.

See general note on page 120. 1 Adjusted for number of working days. 2 Monthly index of the Sveriges lndustriforbund linked to the annual index of the Kommerskollegium. 3 Excluding electricity and manufactured gas. 4 Including beverages and tobacco. 5 1929-1947: including printing and publishing. 6 Production of iron and steel and other metals. 71937~1938: original base 1946 = 100, weighted by value added in 1946. Beginning 1946, original base 1948 = 100 weighted by value added in 1948. Adjusted for number of working days. B Including construction. 9 Open-cast coal mining included with construction.

-9294 95

99 100

a l'indice

-8187 94 98 94

annuel du

4 Boissons et tabacs compris.

5 1929-1947: y compris l'imprimerie et !'edition. 6 Production de fer, acier et autres metaux. 71937-1938: base originale 1946 = 100, indices ponderes par Ia valeur ajoulee en 1946. A partir de 1946, base origin ale 1948 = 100, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1948. Ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables. 8 Construction comprise.

9 Houilleres

138

a ciel ouvert comprises avec Ia construction.

PRODUCTION INDUSTRIELLE.

37.

Index numbers of industrial production

(continued)

-Indices de Ia production industrielle

(suilel

1953 = 100 OCEANIA OCEANIE

EUROPE (continued- suite)

Yugoslavia 9 - Yougoslavie 9

United Kingdom 1 (continued)- Royaume-Uni 1 (suite)

Period Periode 1929 ........ 1932 ........ 1937 ........ 1938 ........ 1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 •••.•••• 1942 ........ 1943 ........ 1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947 ........

Gas, Electricity 2 Gaz, Electricite 2

Construelion 3

... ...

... ...

47

112

48

113

... ... ...

...

... ... ...

68 70

Foodstuffs4 Ali mentalion 4

... ...

840

853

... ... ... ...

...... ......... ...... .70..

... ... ...

...... ......... ......

... ... ...

79 83

84 84 -8891

-9095

... . ..

... ...

8101

...

-7580 87 93

... ...

Metal products 7 Produits metalliques7

871

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

1948 ........ 1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........

Textiles 5

Chemicals 6 Industries chimiques 6

75

... ... ... ...

. ..

...

59 60

General

Electricity Electricite

Manufact.lO Industries manufac,10

General

... ...

... ...

.. .... ...

38 32 50

6 12 27

51 57 59 60 62

30 35 38

48

52 -55-

... ...

...

... ... ...

... ...

63

... ... ......... ...

. .. .........

...

...

..38.... 49

74 -8085 91 98 98

82 92 94 91 90

80 92 96 94 97

100 110 120 116

100 114 132 145

100 116 130 147

100 115 146 168

95 96 100 109

99 98 96 107

49 70

94

91

92

-8895 104 104

95

94

95

84

-6571 81 88 87

1953 ........ 1954 ........ 1955 ........ 1956 ........

100 108 114 119

100 104 105 111

100 102 103 106

100 103 101 101

100 110 117 121

1953 J -M A -J J -s

113 92 86 109

96 98 102 104

93 106 97 104

102 99 94 106

99 98 96 106

101 98 93 107

85 97 101 117

1954J -M A -J J -s

122 100

104 103 105 105

96 107 99 105

108 103 96 106

109 111 ·J07 113

110 108 101 118

92 113 118 136

103 112 123 125

103 116 111 131

97 109 99 106

108 101 91 105

120 117 108 121

123 122 110 127

120 131 131 147

121 128 132 136

141 144 137 160

94

0-D

116

1955 J -M A -J J -s

132 105

64 66 67 72. 78

95

0-D

69

80

74

84

81 86 91

95 94

88

100 110 116

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

0-D

124

98 104 107 110

1956J -M A -J J -s

0-D

137 110 101 129

105 113 113 114

99 112 100 113

106 102 92 103

122 120 118 124

123 118 106 118

123 141 149 169

129 146 153 160

150 168 167 187

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

1957 J -M A -J

134 112

110 112

103 113

108 106

130 127

120 114

148 165

155 153

190 195

... ...

95

··... ... ...

...29 36

45 55 69 80 89 100 113 127 141

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Voir remarque g€merale a Ia page 120. 1 1935-1938: bose originale 1946 =I 00, indices ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1946. A partir de 1946, base originale 1948 = 100, ponderes par Ia valeur ajoutee en 1948. Ajustes quant au nombre de jours ouvrables.

See general note on page 120. 11935-1938: original base 1946= 100, weighted by value added in 1946. Beginning 1946, original base 1948 =I 00, weighted by value added in 1948. Adjusted for number of working days. 2 Including water supply. 3 Open-cast coal mining included with construction. 4 1ncluding beverages and tobacco. 51ncluding synthetic fibres. 6 1ncluding petroleum and coal products but excluding synthetic fibres. 71ncluding metallurgy and machinery. 81935. 9 1937- 1938: original base 1937 = I 00. 1939-1953: weights relate to 1951; beginning 1954, weights relate to 1953. 1 Figures relate to 12 months beginning I April of year stated. 1929-1 948: includes electricity and gas.

2 Y compris Ia distribution d'eau. 3 Houilleres ciel ouvert comprises avec Ia construction. 4 Boissons et tabacs compris. 5 Y compris les fibres synthetiques. 6 Y compris les produits derives du petrole et de Ia houille rna is non compris

a

les fibres synthetiques. 7 Y compris Ia metallurgie et Ia construction de machines. 81935. 9 1937-1938: base originale 1937 = 100. 1939-1953: ponderation de 1951; a partir de 1954, ponderation de 1953. 10 Les donnees se rapportent aux I 2 mois commen~ant le 1er avril de l'annee indiquee. 1929-1948: y compris l'electricite et le gaz.

°

139

..

USSR URSS

Mining Mines

43 66

67

New Zealand NouvelleZelande

MINING, QUARRYING- INDUSTRIES EXTRACTIVES 38.

Structure of mining and quarrying -

Industries extractives: donnees fondamentales

A. Coal: hard, soft and brown coal (lignite) B. Petroleum and natural gas C. Other mines and quarries A. Charbons: anthracite, bitumineux et lignite B. Petrole et gaz nature! C. Autres industries extractives Persons employed

Wages and salaries Sola ires et traitements

Personnes occup Eies

Establish-

Country and monetary unit Pays et unite monetaire

ments

Power installed

Etablisse-

Puissance

Salaried Employes

of which: underground don!: au fond

1 000

1 000

Wage

Cotegory Cotegorie

ments

installee

earners Ouvriers

Year An nee

Number Nombre

1000 H.P. 1000 c.v.

1 000

B .B

1950 1954

1 3

c c c c c

1950 1954

31 26

Ghana •• , ....................... (£)

1937/38 1954 1955

318 316 315

Morocco 7 -Maroc 7,. ••••••••••••• (Franc)

A

1952

Mozambique •••••••••••••••••••• , • (Escudo)

Nigeria,,, •• ,.,, •••• ,.,,,,, ••• ,,. (£)

... ... ...

... ...

---0·2--1.2 0.2

...7.9

24,6 24.9

20.3 20.3

4122

533.7 5 31.4 529.5

60.9 6 1.0 6 1.0

...

... ... ...

0.8

... ...

11.1

...

6.1

Production

I

Cost of: CoOt de:

'I

Gross value Fuels, etc. Valeur CombusSalaries Salaires Traitements brute tibles, etc. Million units of national currency Wages

I

I

Millions d'unitBs monEitaires nationales

AFRICA- AFRIQUE Egypt 1 - Egypte 1, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (LE)

I

I I

-

---0.09--0.19 0.45

0.56 6.38

...0.08

... ...

---0.55--0.14 0.461

1.75 1.84

0.50 0.59

-

...

512.5 5 11.9

5].01 53.15 52.91

4.1

8890

-

8264

...

... ...

4.26 17.1 15.9

61.23 61.33

...

2589

... ...

16170

... ... ... . ..

B

1952

C9

1952

A A A

1951 1954 1955

1 1 1

0.88 1.11 1.11

0.45 0.52 0.80

0.02 0.03 0.03

... ... ...

1.45 1.91 10 2.03

1.03 1.67 2.14

8.38 11.14 1117.99

1.47 1.22 1.55

c c c

1951 1954 1955

168 60 54

2.5 2.0 2.3

4.31 3.00 5.10

0.18 0.11 0.13

... ... ...

10

6.27 5.77 8.37

3.29 2.88 4.28

1119.23 25.13 1127.01

1.99 1.14 3.78

A A A A

1936/37 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56

1 1 1

O.B 2.8 2.8 3.5

4.1 6.5 6.2 7.3

0.1 0.6 0.6 0.6

0.04 0.59 0.70 0.93

0.02 0.17 0.19 0.23

0.13 1.19 1.18 1.49

0.01 0.05 0.05 0.06

c c c

193B 1952/53 1953/54

2700 2967 3086

10.0 47.4 40.1

43.5 63.2 57.8

0.3 0.4

...2.52

...0.32

2.38

0.20

...

1

OA

6.4

81494

3.6 5.3 5.1 6.1

... ...

...

1 340

.........

1.30 10.39 9.58

Remarque, Ces donnees se rap portent aux industries extractives (Branche 1 de Ia Classification internationale type, par industria, de toutes les branches d'activite economique, Etudes Statistiques, Nations Unies, serie M, No. 4). Sauf avis contraire, elles ne s'appliquent qu'aux mines, carrieres et puits effectivement producteurs pendant l'annee consideree. II est assez difficile de comparer directement les pays entre eux car Ia portae des donnees

Note. These flgures cover data on Mining and Quarrying (Division 1 of the International Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities, UN Statistical Papers, series M, No. 4). Unless otherwise stated, the data refer only to mines, quarries and wells actually producing during the year. Direct comparison between countries is somewhat difficult as, in general, the scope of the figures is variously limited to establishments using power· driven machinery or employing a minimum number of persons or having a minimum value of production. Except where otherwise noted, the figures are believed to conform to the following definitions: Establishments: number of underground and surface mines, quarries, oil and gas wells, and supplementary plants. Power Installed: H.P. of prime movers and of electric motors using purchased power. Persons employed: persons actually engaged in mining and quarrying (e.g., excluding sales and distribution staff}. Figures are averages for the year. Salaried employees: administrative, clerical and technical staff including working proprietors. Wages and salaries: total annual payments to persons employed. Gross value of production: total value of output. Value of fuela, etc. used: cost of purchased supplies, electric energy and fuel used. (Data reported for this item, however, appear to vary in coverage.) 1 Establishments emploi;ng 1 0 or more persons. 2 Excluding proprietors of establishments and relatives. 3 Excluding small-scale diamond diggers. 4 Total H.P. of principal machinery. 5 Africans. 6 Europeans. 7 Former French Zone only. 8 Excluding family allowances. 9 Phosphates. 10 Excluding payment in kinds. llSales.

est gE:neralement limitEie suivant les cas aux Eitablissements qui utilisent une force motrice, C ceux qui occupent un nombre minimum d'ouvriers ou dont Ia production atteint une valeur supCrieure a une certaine somme. Sauf avis contraire, les donnees semblent avoir ete fournies en respectant les definitions suivantes:

Etablissements: nombre des mines souterraines ou a ciel ouvert, des carrieres, des puits de petrole au de gaz nature! et installations annexes. Puissance lnstallee: puissance en chevaux-vapeur des machines matrices et des moteurs eJectriques utilisant du courant achete a l'exterieur.

'

Personnes occupees: nombre de personnes occupees directement dans les mines et les carrieres {c'est-a-dire

a ('exclusion

du personnel de vente et

de distribution). Les donnees son! des moyennes pour l'annee. Employes: personnel administratif, technique et de bureau. Y compris les proprietaires travaillant dans leur propre enterprise. Salaires, traltements: montant annuel des paiements aux personnes occupees. Valeur brute de production: valeur totale de Ia production. Valeur des combustibles, etc. consommes: coOt de~ fournitures achetees, energie electrique et combustibles consommes. (Les . donnees sous ceHe rubrique semblent cependant avoir une portee variable.) 1 Etablissements occupant au mains 1 0 personnes. 2 Non compris proprietaires d'iitablissements et leur parente,

aNon

compris les petites entreprises minieres de diamants.

4 Puissance 6 Africains.

fatale en C.V. des principales machines, 6 Europeans. 7 Ancienne zone fran~aise seulement. 8 Allocations familiales exclues. 9 Phosphates, 10 Non compris paiement en nature. 11 Ventes.

140

INDUSTRIES EXTRAor!ed in West Germany.

a

165

MINING, QUARRYING 49.

Bauxite

production Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons

Year Annee

WORLD 1 MONDE1

Fr. West Africa Afrique Occid. Fr.

---

1937 •••• 193B •••• 1939 •••• 1940 ••.•

3 3 4 4

700 700 000 100

1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••• 1944 •••• 1945 •••.

5 8 13 6 3

800 100 600 900 300

1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 •••• 1950 ••••

4 5 7 7 7

200 900 700 900 700

10.4 13.9

10 300 11 900 13 000 14 850 15 350 16 900

109.8 338.0 433.5 493.2 452.0

1951. .•. 1952 •••• 1953 •••• 1954 .••• 1955 •••• 1956* •••

--

AMERICA, SOUTH AMERIQUE DU SUb

AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD

AFRICA- AFRIQUE

ASIA-ASIE

British Jamaique

United States 3 Etats-Unis 3

Brazil Bresil

-

0.4 0.2 1.0

-

3432 316 381 500

49 13 9 6

367 455 478 614

2 49 107 109 149

1.4 1.9 3.3 6.2 4.4

-

-

I 2 6 2

018 644 333 869 997

13 30 69 15 20

116 97 133 147 117

1.6 3.0 0.9 1.4 3.4

-

I I I I I

122 221 480 167 356

131 76 117 166 118 140

3.3 2.5 3.1 2.4 2.7 3.8

-

1 878 1 694 I 605 2 027 1 817 1771

Ghana

-

2

Mozambique

Jamaica

-

I 2 2 3

420 240 098 238 603

Guiana

Malaya Fed. of Malaisie Fed. de

India In de

Indonesia 5 Indonesia 5

392 377 512 614

15 15 9 8

199 245 231 275

19 56 94 64

I 112 I 178 I 973 928 680

I 116 I 250 I 694 762 747

13 19 25 12 14

5J72 298 650 275 164

52 7]02 102 102 102

4 7 15 16 19

I I I I 1

134 381 996 827 679

I I I 2 2

020 742 983 162 045

17 19 21 43 65

25 438 678 531

-

-

19 14 19 28 45 56

2 2 2 2 2 2

107 426 311 347 474 521

2 3 3 3 3 3

700 168 273 362 123 485

68 65 72 76 82 93

642 6344 150 173 264 303

Guyane Brit.

Surinam

-

22 155 169 226 269

I

ASIA (cont.) ASIE (suite)

Year Annee

Pakistan

1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••• 1944 •••• 1945 •••• 1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 .•.• 1950 •••• 1951. ••• 1952 •••• 1953 •••. 1954 •.•• 1955 •.•. 1956* •••

Austria Autriche

...

1937 •••• 1938 •••• 1939 •••• 1940 .•••

-

..

0.9 0.6

-

18.8 8.8

-

-

-

1.0 3.0

OCEANIA OCEANIE

EUROPE

-

France

Germany 8 Allemagne 8

Greece Grece

691 649 709 489

18 19 16 10

137 180 187 75

587 640 916 666 243

12 16 12 12

-

United Kingdom RoyaumeUni

Spain Espagne

Italy Ita lie

Romania Roumanie

533 540 496 558

387 361 484 571

II 12 11 10

18 23 25 10

781 889 998

...44

537 509 286 41 10 25

10 15 13

1 2 24 3 5

13 97 110 45 38

101 340 8446 561 578

66 171 153 105 153

I

5 6 7 12 12

-

753 207 394 260 241 893

174 266 271 294 327 260

-

9]

5.3 6.6 3.0

464 676 789 767 805

2 2 4

I 22 44 45 77

9.0 15.2 18.2 17.3 19.1 22.1

1 123 1 115 1 165 I 275 I 493 1 466

5 7 8 4 4 5

164 285 328 353 500 700

-

Hungary Hongrie

1 I I 1

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

-

-

-

11 6 5 5 7 7

-

-

-

-

I

-

-

-

Yugoslavia Yougoslavie

Australia Australia

354 406 319 283

7.9 1.8 2.6 3.5

... ... ... . .. 10 . ..

5.5 3.5 2.8 3.9 3.5

71 88 144 347 206

3.8 5.0 5.7 5.4 3.5

498 613 478 687 791 881

5.2 7.4 4.1 5.6 7.7 7.2

Remarque.Sauf avis contraire, les donnees se rapportent 0 !'extraction du brut. les exportations de cryolite, minerai aluminifere du Greenland

Note. Unless otherwise stated, the figures represent the production of crude ore. The exports of cryolite, another aluminiferous ore, found exclusively in Greenland, amounted in 1937 to 52 and in 1956 to about 39 thousand metric tons. The table does not include the USSR (1933: 51 thousand metric Ions). 1 Excluding USSR and China. See footnote 6 for small break in the comparability of the totals. 2 Exports. 3 Dried equivalent of crude ore; 1937-1941: mine shipments. 4 1937, 1938: exports. 5 1941-1947, source: Metallgesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft. 6 Beginning 1952, dried equivalent of crude ore (corresponding crude ore figure: 561 thousand metric Ions in 1952). 1 1942-1945: average annual production during Japanese occupation. 8 Source: Metallgesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft. 9 Beginning 1946, West Germany. 10 Change in territory; see Introduction.

min~rai

se son! elevees en 1937, a 52 et, en 1956, a environ 39 milliers de tonnes metriques. Le tableau ne comprend pas I'URSS (1933: 51 milliers de tonnes metriques). 1 Non compris I'URSS ni Ia Chine. La note 6 explique un Ieger manque de comparabilite des totaux. 2 Exportations. 3 Equivalent desseche du minerai brut; 1937-1941: expeditions des mines. 4 1937, 1938: exportations. 5 1941-1 947, source: Metallgesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft. 6 A partir de 1952, equivalent desseche du minerai brut (donnee correspond ante, minerai brut: 1952, 561 milliers de t.m.). 1 1942-1945: production moyenne annuelle pendant I' occupation japonaise. 8 Source: Metallgesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft. 9 A partir de 1946, Allemagne occidentale. 10 Changement de territoire; voir l'lntroduction.

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INDUSTRIES EXTRACTIVES Chrome ore (Cr2 0 3 content)- Minerai de chrome (Cr 2 0 3 contenu)

50.

Production Thousand metric tons

Milllers de tonnes metriques AFRICA- AFRIQUE

Year Annee

WORLD 1 MONDE 1

Egypt Egypte

1937 .••• 1938 .••• 1939 ••.• 1940 ...• 1941 .•..

490 440 440 510 630

-

1942 .•.• 1943 ...• 1944 ••.• 1945 ..•• 1946 .•..

630 570 470 360 390

1947 ...• 1948 .... 1949 ...• 1950 .•.. 1951. •••

500 650 780 930 1 060

1952 .•.• 1953 .... 1954 •••. 1955 ...• 1956~* ...

1 1 1 1 1

Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia du Sud

Union of S. Africa Union SudAfricaine

United States 2 EtatsUnls 2

Brazil

Cuba 3 Leone 4 - - - - - - ------ - - - - -Canada - - - - ------ -Guatemala --------------- - - Bresil 135.0 91.1 68.1 121.4 158.7

2 0.33 0.61 4.88 8.03 6.30

75.5 79.4 72.6 73.3 64.6

0.41 0.45 1.80 2.19 2.12

0.13 0.38 0.07 0.07

170.7 140.8 135.8 91.3 74.2

4.88 7.32 4.47 0.28 4.94

151.6 73.4 41.3 45.8 96.9

2.77 3.75 2.27 0.72

0.11 0.08 0.02

76.0 125.3 149.5 259.6 224.0

8.05 3.78 9.29 3.15 6.91

171.6 186.0 183.7 225.0 246.7

-

195.8 201.6 192.7 195.6 195.5

10.06 10.36 7.82 9.18 8.95

260.5 323.8 284.9 239.7 277.9

-

-

250 410 150 210 430

Sierra

AMERICA- AMERIQUE

0.04 0.23 0.36 0.11

-

Cyprus Chypre

India 5 lnde 5

1937 .••. 1938 .••• 1939 .•.. 1940 ..•. 1941 •.••

0.81 2.84 3.86 2.34

31.5 22.4 24.9 28.2 25.4

1942 .•.. 1943 .••. 1944 .••• 1945 .••. 1946 ...•

7.72 0.23 1.58 2.74

25.2 16.9 20.3 15.7 22.8

1947 .... 1948.-... 1949 .... 1950 .... 1951 ....

2.27 5.18 6.62 7.82 5.90

17.3 11.2 9.9 8.1 8.1

1952 .... 1953 .... 1954 .... 1955 .... 1956 * ••.

5.54 3.68 4.37 3.78 3.30

17.7 31.5 22.1 40.7 24.4

Year

-

-

Iran

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Japan Japan 19.7 23.7 25.6 25.0 22.1

0.1 1.0

0.24 0.29 0.06 0.34

1.0 0.4 1.7 1.2 5.4

4.7 12.1 11.0 2.4 1.3

85.7 99.6 68.2 61.7 52.9

0.28 0.19 0.04 0.21 0.30

39.9 59.6 18.2 5.8 1.6

0.9 0.7 0.1

44.4 16.8 11.3 15.4

...

0.30 0.22 0.15 0.14 0.56

0.3 1.5 0.2 0.2 2.9

6.3 22.4 25.4 27.0 318.8

0.05 0.20 0.06 0.14 0.30

9.1 21.9 56.9 53.7 77.6

0.78 1.88 2.03 1.52

-

1.40 1.90 1.01 2.19

-

...

-

EUROPE

OCEANIA- OCEANIE

Turkey Turquie

Greece

Philippines

. .. ... ... . ..

34.6 33.1 59.5 83.7 6148.2

96.3 106.5 91.6 83.2 66.5

19.9 16.0 22.0 12.0 6.5

-

... ... ...

9.4 19.1 7.6

10.0 6.0 7.5 1.0 3.5

0.51 0.51 0.44 0.67 0.24

2.8 30.6

Pakistan

. ..

Grece

Portugal

-

-

Yugoslavia Yougoslavie

Australia Australie

19.6 19.1 14.7 23.5

0.2 0.3

... ... ... ...

... ...

26.5

57.0 75.7 89.2 71.9 50.6

15.0

1.0 3.9 9.8 11.9 14.4

10.1 8.9 8.4 9.0 8.7

67.5 88.7 91.1 94.8 123.5

50.0 139.8 216.8 207.0 295.0

1.0 0.6 1.4 5.1 10.3

0.08 0.07 0.04 0.02 0.01

24.8 17.0 29.7 30.5 32.0

14.4' 3.0 17.7 17.7 32.8

16.4 13.2 11.6 9.4 13.9

8.7 11.7 10.9 14.1 11.3

201.1 206.1 155.0 202.1 326.3

395.4 438 270 312 348

12.9 14.7 10.8 10.1 19.2

0.04

34.3 40.6 33.3 40.3 38.1-

... ...

... ... ... ...

25.4 26.1 33.8 17.2 2.7

-

12.0 17.0 16.2 73.8

ASIA-ASIE

Annee

...

1.6

-

. ..

0.01

-

0.2 0.1

New Caledonia · NouvelleCaledonia

22.4 25.0 27.7 26.4 31.5

0.1 0.4 0.3 0.1

33.2 23.0 27.1 29.3 12.2

-

24.8 36.8 43.6 41.6 43.3

0.6 1.1 2.1

53 60 42 23 24

-

2.7

Note. The data refer to the estimated chromic oxide (Cr.O,) content of ores

Remarque. Les donnees representant des estimations du contenu en oxyde de

mined.

chrome (Cr203) des minerals de chrome extraits. Dans beaucoup de cas, les donnees du tableau on! un caractere appraximatif. Le tableau ne camprend pas I'URSS (1936, 220 milliers de tonnes metriques de minerai brut) ni quelques pays de foible production. 1 Non compris I'URSS. 2 Expeditions des mines. 3 Serle revisee. 1 9 56: exportations. 4 Sources: Stotisfico/ Summary of the Mineral Industry (Londres); U.S. Bureau of Mines (Washington). 5 Avant aoOt 1947, anciennes provinces britanniques et Etats indiens y compris le territoire actuellement Pakistan.

In many cases the flgures are only of an approximate nature.

The table does not include the USSR (1936, 220 thousand metric tons of crude ore) and a few small producers. 1 Excluding USSR. 2 Shipments from mines. 3 Revised series. 1956: exports. 4 Sources: Sfofisficol Summary of the Mineral Industry (London); U. S. Bureau of Mines (Washington). 5 Prior to August 1947, former British provinces and Indian States including the area now Pakistan, 6 January-October.

6 Janvier-octobre.

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51.

Molybdenum and vanadium ores - Minerais de molybdEme et de vanadium Production

Metric tons

Tonnes metrlques

A. Molybdenum ore (Mo content) AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD

AFRICA AFRIQUE

Year Annlie

Morocco 1 Maroc 1

1937 •••• 1938 •••• 1939 •••• 1940 ••••

96 98 84 35

4 3 1 5

629 483 523 309

1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••• 1944 •• •• 1945 ••••

30 6 9

47 43 178 509 228

184 207 83

1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 •••• 1950 ••••

1951 •••• 1952 •••• 1953 •••• 1954 •••• 1955 •••• 1956* •••

-

38 30

---

Canada

-

28

104 138 88 205 378 395

Mexico Mexique

AMERICA, SOUTH AMERIQUE DU SUD

United States Etots• Unis

Chile Chili

Sweden Suede

1937 •••• 1938 •••• 1939 •••• 1940 ••••

344 462 426 287

--

1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••• 1944 •••• 1945 ••••

229 368 227 248 76

1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 •••• 1950 ••••

10 98 79 71 67

1951 •••• 1952 •••• 1953 •••• 1954 •.•• 1955 •••• 1956* •••

125 128 144 151 173 166

Peru Plirou

--

Japan Japan

EUROPE

Korea Coree

30 267

58 111 205 166

2 1 17 14

197 275 400 454

522 855 1 137 716 468

18 309 25 829 27 972 17 545 13 972

229 580 680 1 051 841

146 153 85 62 29

19 39 '84 188 95

393 461 463 363 155

818 136

8 264 12 268 12 114 10 219 12 918

560 402 532 558 992

4 2 2 2 1

51 21 2 1 13

17 624 19 622 25 965 26 611 28 023 26 064

1 725 1 644 1 364 1 208 1 278

3 3 5 1 1

54 89 181 204 198 238

--

-

119 41 24

EUROPE (continued- suite)

Norway Norvege

ASIA-ASIE

344 103 755 564

13 15 13 15

...

A. Molybdenum (continued) -Molybdene (suite)

Year Annee

Minerai de molybdene (Mo confenu)

Yugoslavia Yougosl a vie

... B.

OCEANIA OCEANIE

Austria Autriche

Finland Fin Iande

... ... ...

--

1 4 2 15

245 152 158 146 104

18 18 9

-

4 5 7

...

2-

20

-

5 19 19.

-11

-

-

58

-

-

-

-

23 21

-

-

-

-

-

--

113 77

19

5 7 9 11 17 21

Italy Ita lie

8 1

-

Vanadium ore (V content) -Minerai de vanadium (V contenu)

AFRICA- AFRIQUE

AMERICA- AMERIQUE

Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesie du Nord

South West Africa Sud-Ouest Africain

Mexico Mexique

Peru Plirou

United States Etats-Unis

TOTAL

Australia Australia

TOTAL

74 45 77 52

33 31 39 20

14 790 16 620 15 560 17 250

233 374 384 368

592 558 515 428

45 180 148 57

583 826 569 1 150

493 732 900 3 981

1 2 2 2

946 670 516 984

6 8 14 10

20 28 31 20 16

200 520. 040 870 190

341 388 427 255 219

440 374 577 385 442

-

1

12 20 3

... ... ... ... 215

-

991 1 015 881 518 688

1 140 2 014 2 534 1 600 1 344

2 3 4 2 2

913 791 419 758 693

--1

-

4 2 2 3 3

10 140 13.250 12 840 11 140 ·14 230

68 56 173 153

464 226 187 164 182

--

322 435 511 456 436

577 961 811 1 449 2 085

1 1 1 2 2

431 678 682 222 703

1

19 22 28 28 30 26

87 43

393 624 541 547 492 604

-

449 437 317 177 71

2 3 4 4 4 5

3 4 5 5 5 5

730 370 070 196 083 716

-

5 6

-

72

243 174 308 659 871 200 430

...

-

-

1

1 -

-

980 320 630 710 530 510

-

-

-

801 266 212 472 520 112

Remarque. A. Les donnees se rapportent au contenu en molybdene (Mol des minerals de molybdene extraits. Leur equivalent en molybdenite (MoS 2) peut @tre obtenu en multipliant ces donnees par 1.668. Le tableau ne comprend pas Ia Chine, I'URSS ni quelques pays de foible production. B. Les donnees se rap portent au contenu en· vanadium (V) des minerals de vanadium extraits. Le tableau ne comprend pas I'URSS ni quelques pays de foible production (Maroc, Argentine, Finlande, Espagne, etc.).

Note. A. The flgures relate to the molybdenum (Mol content of molybdenum ores mined. They may be converted to terms of molybdenite !MoS2l by multiplying by 1.668. The table does not include China, the USSR and a few minor producing countries. B. The flgures relate to the vanadium (V) content of vanadium ores mined. The table does not include the USSR and a few minor producing countries (Morocco, Argentina, Finland, Spain, etc.). 1 Former French Zone only. 2 Beginning 1946, South Korea. 3 Beginning 1940, shipments.

1 Ancienne zone fran~aise seulement. 2 A partir de 1 946, Coree du Sud.

8 A partir de

168

1940, expeditions.

INDUSTRIES EXTRACTIVES Tungsten ore (WOa content)- Minerai de tungstEme (W03 contenu)

52.

Production Metric tons

Tonnes metriques WORLD 1 MONDE1

Year An nee

Including China Y compris Ia Chine

Excluding China Sans Ia Chine

Belgian Congo 2 Beige

Egypt3 Egypte 3

AFRICA-AFRIQUE

AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD

Nigeria

Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia du Sud

Mexico Mexique

5 29 159 65

162 198 162 1.47

24 30 29 15

1.4 60 45 18 3

159 302 484 455 172

72 67 104 71 4

-

32 16 47 16 35

-6

107 234 211 1.41 123 1.43

1937 ••.. 1938 .•.• 1939 .••. 1940 .•••

22 22 25 26

700 600 500 500

11 944 14 868 17796 20 415

-

1941. ... 1942 .... 1943 ••.. 1944 ••.. 1945 ..•.

29 30 35 29 13

700 200 300 300 900

21 22 29 27 12

6.44 348 445 199 143

68 180 158 241 282

26 10 25 10

377 495 880 300 500

-9

-

...

8 10 11 10 10

254 216 215 230 240

3 2 2 3 3

... ... ... ... ... ...

16 340 21 500 26 700 25 700 27 300 27 500

393 607 762 996 942 1 610

4 13 9 2 11

13 14 11

1946 .... 1947 ••.• 1948 •••. 1949 .••• 1950 •••• 1951. ••. 1952 ..•. 1953 •••• 1954 •••• 1955 .•.. 1956* •.

10 000 1.4 700 19 200

...

116 1.4

4 42 36

-

9

-

-

--3

-

I

South West Union of S. Africa Africa Sud-Ouest Uganda 4 Union SudAfricaine Ouganda 4 Africaine 1 1 1 1

25 76 59 61

7 20 56 56

85 239 256 381 273

7 12 4

61 84 75 108 130

86 55 1.42 250 57

10 85 108 93 111 134

101 91 11.4 11.4 97 114

113 158 231 367 387 180

AMERICA, SOUTH AMERIQUE DU SUD

Year Annee

Argentina

- - - -~~~~1937 •••• 1938 •••• 1939 •••• 1940 •••• 1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••• 1944 .••• 1945 •••• 1946 .••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 •••• 1950 •.•• 1951 •••• 1952 •••• 1953 •.•• , 1954 •... 1955 •••• 1956 * ..

1 1 1 1

Bolivia 4 Bolivie 4

Brazil 4 Bresil 4

Peru Perou

Burma 5 Birmanie 5

1 081 1 518 2 002 2 510

5 .2 6 8

18 102 160 183

3 4 4 4

015 405 424 245 6.40

2 3 4 4 2

613 363 1.41 761 311

24

4 225

875 1 492 1 529

202 222 433 381 314

67 155 20 18 21

1 1 1 1 1

273 581 491 526 476

1 107 920 792 352 434

122

1 2 2 2 3 2

631 224 295 667 231 879

952 788 940 791 583

··3 360 3 480 3 660

...

I ...

-

31 70 109 103

1 1 2 2

905 657 333 895

91 92 245 160 64

3 5 6 5 3

574 080 502 597 012

194 474 114 129

45 46 80 39 40

2 1 2 1 2

827 684 307 657 267

1 677 1 109 985 881 1 001

195 267 409 327 341 342

-

L 3 4

->.

!;;_

19 1.46 371 128

-

3 382 4 137 5 295 7 530 9 055 8442

ASIA-ASIE

236 738 797 843

-

Canada

United States Etats-Unis

872 095 715 800

China 3 Chine 3 10 8 7 6

737 032 723 085

... ... ... ...

8 015 7777 5 840 2 101 1 757

305 347 212 272 309

192 634 1 094 444 450

1 615 4 140 7 320

281 350 3 545 3462 3486 3 6.41

988 805 779 450 587 580

5

Note. The flgures relate lo the tungsten trioxide (WOal content of tungsten ores mined. The data are sometimes only rough estimates obtained by applying a flxed percentage to the flgures for production of crude ore or concentrates. The table does not include the USSR and a few minor producing countries. 1 Excluding USSR. 2 Including Ruanda-Urundi. 3 Source: U.S. Bureau of Mines. 4 Exports. 5 Approximate flgures. 1942-1944: average production during Japanese occupation estimated at about 800 Ions WOa annually. 6 Beginning 1 946, South Korea on!y.

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

India lnde

I

Japan Japon

Korea Coree

24

48 179 180 1 221

1 1 2 2

034 706 579 742

43 48 48 18 12

610 701 571 398 89

3 3 4 5

110 940 506 416 902

2

36 13 5 12 15

-

-

-

8 6

2 9 6 9 1 1

100 288 437 468 539 653

6

2 4 2 2 2

Malaya, Fed. of Fed. de Malaisie 790 629 353 313

...

37 87 130 18

206 779 871 913 525

6 31 53 42 16

750 539 985 236 044 432

30 48 91 71 78 66

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent au conlenu en trloxyde de tungslene (W03) des minerals de tungstene extraits. Elles ne sonl souvent que des estimations approximatives, obtenues en appliquant un pourcentage fixe

a

Ia production de minerals bruts ou des concentres. Le tableau ne comprend pas I'URSS ni quelques pays de faible production. 1 Non compris I'URSS. 2 Y compris Ruanda-Urundi." 3 Source: U.S. Bureau of Mines. 4 Exportations. 5 Donnees approximatives. 1942-1944: production moyenne estlmee c; 800 tonnes de woa par annee pendant !'occupation japonaise. 6 A partir de 1946, Coree du Sud seulemenl.

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52. Tungsten ore (W0 3 content)

(continued)

-Minerai de tungsteme (W0 3 contenu)

(suite)

production

Metric tons

Tonnes m9triques

ASIA (cont.) ASIE (suite)

OCEANIA OCEANIE

EUROPE '

Year An nee

Thailand Thailande

Finland Finlande

Viet-Nam

1937 •••• 1938 .••• 1939 •••• 1940 ••••

59 149 226 173

389 327 304 234

1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••. 1944 •••• 1945 •••.

572 1 144 1 092 461 163

200 128 64 50 5

1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 •••• 1950 ••••

120 300 297 445 743

1951. ••• 1952 •••• 1953 •••• 1954 •••. 1955 •••. 1956 * •••

873 1 058 1 054 718 744 768

New Zealand Nouvelle· Zelande

162 140 149 255

76 108 95 87

84 154 113 121

436 715 622 688

16 31 27 52

568 384 407 159

270 983 2 625 1 609 190

137 160 174 201 248

76 120 142 210 72

685 549 593 465 745

47 47 76 96 22

255 277 526 532 510

294 193 190 281 217

65 54 27 49 46

669 705 749 723 741

17 14 16 16 14

212 534 531 782 081 835

230 202 264 274 278 274

37 27 39 55 44 37

1 117 1 294 1 423 1 394 1 506 1 573

21 38 25 18 19 19

10 135 66

2 2 1 2

2 11 18 6

1 1 2 2

269 831 370 641

57 45 60 40 88

1 3 1 1 4

5 4

3 2 3 2

-

30 11

158 235 325 417 265

8 6 4 2 1

4 28 13 76 170 85

460 567 668 560 635 700

4 4 16 20 16 14

-

-

I

Spain Espagne

Portugal

3 -

-

-

1 1 1 1

176 842 768 666 690

-

3 3 2 2 2 2

089 011 846 543 564 783

-

7 5

-

-

1 1 1 1 1

I

I

See general note on preceding page.

53.

Australia Australie

-

France

-

... ... ... ... ...

United Kingdom Royaume· Uni

Norway Norvege

-

-

Sweden Suede

Italy Ita lie

Voir remarque generale

a Ia page· precedente.

Nickel ore (Ni content)- Minerai de nickel (Ni contenu) Production

Thousand metric tons

Yeor Annee

WORLD 1 MONDE 1

Milliers de tonnes metriques AFRICA AFRIQUE Union of S. Africa 2 Union SudAfricaine 2

-

AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD

Canada

Cube

-

1937 •..• 1938 •••• 1939 .••• 1940 ••••

113 111 122 127

0.04 0.40 0.49

102.0 95.5 102.6 111.4

1941 •.•• 1942 .•.• 1943 •••• 1944 ••.• 1945 ....

143 142 152 139 130

0.53 0.54 0.49 0.54 0.50

128.0 129.4 130.6 124.6 111.2

1946 .••• 1947 ...• 1948 .•.• 1949 •..• 1950 .••.

105 115 126 123 120

0.50 0.53 0.46 0.57 0.84

87.1 107.6 119.5 116.7 112.2

1951. ..• 1952 ...• 1953 •..• 1954 •••• 1955 .••• 1956* •.•

138 151 167 185 205 220

1.14 1.31 1.72 1.92 2.36 2.52

125.1 127.5 130.3 150.9 158.7 161.5

-

3

...

2.4 4.7 10.9 11.2 2.0

-

-

8.1 12.6 13.2 13.7 14.6

ASIA ASIE

EUROPE

United States 4 EtatsUnis 4

Birmanie

Japan 6 Japon 6

0.20 0.38 0.36 0.50

1.23 0.96 0.91 0.74

0.05 0.05 0.49

-

5Q.60 0.56 0.58 5Q.90 5 1.05

... ... ... ... ...

1.96 1.54 1.61 0.37 0.117

0.10 1.63 8.97 0.31 0.90

Burma

-

...

-

0.32 0.59 0.80 0.72 0.83

...

0.69 0.57 5 0.55 . 5 2.40 5 4.41 "7.27

3.68 0.37 0.08 0.50 0.32 0.52

-

-

-

Note. The figures relate Ia the nickel (Ni) content of nickel ares mined. The table does not include the USSR and a few minor producers. 1 Excluding USSR. 2 Nickel content of platinum matte. 3 Beginning 1943, source: U. S. Bureau of Mines (content of oxide). 4 Mainly the by-product in electrolytic refining of copper. 51ncluding recovery from cobalt ore. 6 Years beginning 1 April of year stated. 7 Nickel-cobalt content.

Finland Finlande

-

0.62 0.54

-

-

-

0.04

-·--

0.11 1.21 0.52 0.22

-

0.10 0.04

-

-

Greece Grike

Norway Norvege

71.00 1.20 1.34 0.58

0.9 1.2 1.1 1.0

0.18 0.71 0.50

-

0.9 0.9 0.6 0.5 0.5

-

0.1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Poland Pologne

... ... ...

...

. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ...

0.13 0.14 0.21

Sweden Suede

OCEANIA OCEANIE New Caledonia NouvelleCaledonie

-

6.7 9.6 11.6 11.9

0.10 0.38 0.70 0.70 0.39

10.6 6.8 5.4 6.0 4.1

-

3.4 2.6 3.6 2.5 4.3

-

6.7 10.7 17.1 13.7 24.7 49.6

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent au contenu en nickel (Ni) des minerals de nickel extraits. Le tableau ne comprend pas I'URSS ni quelques pays de foible production. 1 Non compris I'URSS. 2 Nickel contenu dons les mattes de platina. 3 A partir de 1943, source: U. S. Bureau of Mines (contenu des oxides). 4 Principalement sous-produit de l'electrolyse du cuivre. 5 Y compris le nickel recupere du minerai de cobalt.. 6 Annees commenris saumure. . 2 Y compris le sel en saumure (1956: 656 milliers de !annes metriques). 2 y compris le sel eva pore, 1956: 654 milliers de tonnes metriques. 3 Changemcnt de territoire; voir l'lntrodudion. 4 A partir de 1950, douza mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 5 Victoria, Australie clu Sud et occidentale.

See general note on page 182. 1 1ncluding brine 2 1ncluding salt in brine (1956: 656 thousand m.t.). 3 Change in territory; see Introduction. 4 Beginning 1950, twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 5 Victoria, South Australia and West Australia.

184

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INDUSTRIES EXTRACTIVES 63. Production and sulphur content -

Pyrites Production et contenu en soufre Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons AFRICA- AFRIQUE

AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD

I Rhodesia, I S.Union of Southern Africa Year Annee

Algeria Algerie

Rhodthie du Sud

Union SudAfricaine

Canada

I

United States EtatsUnis

EUROPEt

ASIAt - ASIEt

Cyprus Chypre

A.

I

Japan Japon

Pyrites

:

I

Korea Coree

38.7 44.0 47.6

20.3 27.1 27.4

28.8 31.0 29.8

108 40 206

594 564 528

809 776 853

1 929 2 122 2 033

98.5 132.6 181.7

1940 .••. 1941 •••• 1942 ••.• 1943 .••• 1944 .•••

40.5 46.0 35.3 27.3 35.0

34.4 42.6 37.7 35.1 34.2

36.7 35.2 40.5 37.0 36.2

116 275 344 258 227

637 656 732 815 801

253 9 8 9 13

1 1 1 1 1

209.8 216.8 257.9 213.6 246.0

1945 ••.• 1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 ••••

30.1 40.4 35.3 34.2 32.8

33.5 25.4 17.1 13.2 17.0

38.6 38.0 34.8 36.0 35.6

206 183 162 167 227

734 826 956 943 903

*36 * 294 435 414 671

1950 •••• 1951 •••• 1952 .••• 1953 .••• 1954 .•••

25.1 31.5 25.2 29.8 33.5

13.8 28.3 19.1 36.7 37.0

36.0 33.4 ·31.1 93.8 229.2

284 404 503 370 624

946 1 034 1 010 937 923

606 723 973 955 799

1955 •••• 1956* •••

20.6 6.1

21.6 19.0

357.3 436.9

797 950

1 023 1 087

980 1 098

B.

407 492 876 1 139 1 542 1 2 2 2 2

929 345 628 343 678

2 736 3 097

Sulphur content -

---162.1

-

-

0.8 0.8

-

351 352 399

146 147 180

424 418 491

1.4 3.5

494 576 581 500 500

210 201 218 207 113

3894 1 185 1 144 1 330

2.2 3.8 6.2 7.9 11.6

441 436 512 564 618

170 187 196 179 206

... ... 65

13.5 10.2 8.0 0.1

647 705 720 870 1 171

248 281 294 298 300

1 304 1 383

305 304

Germany- Allemagne

-

-

...

[4]

[5]

...

212 321 383 431

92 102 109 119 130

525 534 528 530 596

143

638 644

...

Contenu en soufre

-

86.7 87.3 100.8

65.9 67.0 81.4

180 176 208

123.1 142.3 141.4 123.3 120.9

93.7 89.2 93.8 79.8 43.9

3307 466 456 526

101.9 102.9 117.6 129.7 135.3

68.5 87.4 77.4 82.0 94.0

... ... *23 ...

128 153 173

3.2 2.7 2.3

-

-

148.9 146.3 153.0 166.7 160.5

104.2 117.6 124.0 125.0 127.0

*32 *36 * 38 *42 47

192 195 192 192 219

-

-

160.2 158.0

128.0 127.6

49 54

255 257

1937 •••• 1938 •••• 1939 ••••

17.1 19.4 20.9

8.1 10.8 11.0

12.9 14.0 13.4

54.6 20.3 104.1

236 222 223

404 494 409

863 939 855

37.4 50.4 69.0

1940 •••• 1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 .••• 1944 ••••

17.8 * 20.0 * 16.0 * 12.0 * 15.0

13.8 17.0 15.1 14.0 13.7

16.2 15.5 17.8 16.3 15.9

57.3 135.3 165.8 126.5 110.5

266 275 312 342 338

122 5 4 4 6

850 848 773 649 534

79.7 82.4 98.0 81.2 93.5

1945 •••• 1946 .••• 1947 .••• 1948 •••• 1949 •••.

12.4 16.5 14.7 14.5 13.4

13.4 10.2 6.9 5.3 6.8

16.8 16.5 15.1 15.2 15.6

100.0 87.5 74.9 79.0 106.7

301 343 399 395 385

17 141 214 199 325

178 207 364 475 503

123.6

1950 ••.• 1951 •••• 1952 •••• 1953 •••• 1954 ••••

10.1 13.1 10.4 12.7 14.8

5.5 12.2 8.2 15.8 15.9

15.6 14.5 13.6 37.2 88.2

136.5 195.4 238.8 169.4 282.3

399 . 440 425 386 412

296 352 467 452 388

788 938 1 053 979 1 124

1955 •••• 1956 * •••

9.5 2.5

8.0 7.4

140.1 172.0

366.5 *435

416 439.

477 536

1 168 1 316

-

0.4 0.4

-

-

... ... ... ... 2.1 2.9 4.1

...

[4]

(5]

* 85

Remarque. La partie A de ce tableau se rapporte a Ia production de pyrites de fer (FeS2) et pyrites culvreuses (FeCuS2), y comprls les pyrites et concentres de pyrites obtenus comme sous-produils du traitement des minerals de cuivre, de plamb et de zinc. La partie B de ce tableau se rapporte au contenu en soufre des pyrites extraites, comma indique dans Ia partie A. Dans quelques cas ou le contenu en soufre n'etait pas exactement connu, on a utilise des pourcentages corres• pendant approximativement a Ia teneur moyenne en saufre. Le tableau ne comprend pas I'URSS ni quelques pays de foible production.

Note. Part A of this table relates to the production of iron pyrites {FeS2l and cupreous pyrites {CuFeS2l, Including pyrites and pyrite concentrates obtained as a by-product from copper, lead and zinc ore operations. Part B of this table relates to the sulphur content of the pyrites mined as shown In Part A. In a few cases where precise data on the sulphur content are not available, fixed percentages, corresponding roughly to the average sulphur content, were utilized. The to ble does not Include the USSR and a few minor producers.

1 Beginning 1945, South Korea only. 2 Crude ore. 3 1940-1943: Poland 4 East Germany.

France

production

1937 .••• 1938 •••• 1939 ••••

859 946 778 452 212

IFinlande Finland 21 2

Austria Autriche

1 A partir de 1945, Coree du Sud seulement. 2 Minerai brut. est comprise dans les donnees pour I'AIIemagne.

included in figures for Germany.

3 1940-1943: Ia Pologne 4 Allemagne orientale.

5 West Germany. t See following page.

5 Allemagne occidentale.

t Voir page suivante.

185

MINING, QUARRYING 63.

Pyrites

production and sulphur content- production et contenu en soufre

(continued- suite)

Mllliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons EUROPE (continued -

Year Annee

---

Greece Greco

I

Italy Ita lie

I

Norway Norvege

I

Poland Pologne

I

Portugal

IRoumanie Romania 41 4

A. Pyrites 1937 •••• 1938 •••• 1939 ••••

207 244 217

914 930 978

1 048 1 028 1 025

1940 •••• 1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••• 1944 ••••

16 10 7 4 4

1 061 1 023 971 776 229

762 933 822 809 750

1945 •••• 1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 ••••

7 64 58 19 21

108 401 643 836 864

248 540 720 735 745

1950 •••• 1951 •••• 1952 •••• 1953 •••• 1954 •...

88 181 195 237 210

901 898 1 141 1 235 1 251

1955 •••• 1956 * •••

233

1 317 1 371

...

82.3

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

350 718 672

s 8.9 28.3 39.6 58.1 80.6

171 315 389 561 623

749 696 713 745 795

90.4 100.9 113.2 132.4 153.3

613 730 756 651 584

844 840

156.6 171.0

671 670

]

2,

394 168 135 110 130

B. 1937 •••• 1938 •••• 1939 ••••

100.3 118.6 99

427 435 454

463 458 457

1940 •••• 1941 •••• 1942 •••• 1943 •••• 19:(4 ••••

7.1 4.7 3.4 1.9 2.1

487 469 440 349 100

339 405 357 352 327

36.2

1

OCEANIA OCEAN IE

suite)

:

I

4.7 4.4 4.8

134 150 128

41.5 51.1 55 6

9 810 10 BOO 9 850

194 227 302 325 317.

5.4 6.5 17.5 27.6 24.8

135

50.5 56.9 69.0 78.6 89.0

8 8 8 *8

693 791 903 1 230 1 294

262 280 311 392 424

23.4 20.9 17.6 10.8 17.2

. .. . ..

6300 245

97.6 89.0 108.1 106.8 89.5

1 1 2 1 2

490 801 146 783 074

407 407 414 389 399

13.5 13.5 9.8 10.4 7.1

117 154 188 173 160

112.2 143.7 202.0 169.7 210.1

9 11 12 12 13

2 021 2 281

394 494

5.6 4.3

227 256

232.5 190.2

14 500 15 800

4 230 4 750 4 240

Sweden Suede

production

11.0 6.0 7.1

962 575 627 881 512

2

5

...

United Kingdom Royaume· Uni

TOTAL

2 278 2 727 1 548

...

I

Australia Australia

10.7 11.2 11.6

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

I

Yugoslavia Yougoalavie

Spain 5 Espagne 5

173 186 192

. .. . .. . .. ...

...

158 • 323 309 181 75 61 49 59

2

4.3 4.5 4.6

911 1 091 619

75.3 84.3 87.3

1.9 1.8 1.9

56.3 63.2 53.8

20.7 25.3 27.4

4.4 2.4 2.8

385 230 251 352 205

86.9 110.6 146.4 159.7 157.4

2.2 2.6 7.0 11.0 9.9

56.5

25.0 28.1 33.7 37.5 42.4

333 380 433 589 621

131.1 136.8 147.6 182.0 ·205.1

9.4 8.4 7.0 4.3 6.9

. .. . ..

6* 135.0 * 110.8

46.1 40.9 50.4 45.3 40.3

... ... ...

......... ...

...

1945 •••• 1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 ••••

3.1 28.9 26.2 8.9 10.1

47 183 293 382 394

110 238 317 322 325

2, 3 * 4

*16 * 23 *32

77 142 175 253 280

1950 •••. 1951 •••• 1952 •••• 1953 •••• 1954 ••.•

39.5 98.8 88.8 130.4 100.8

410 402 511 556 572

318 296 307 337 327

*36 *40 *45 *53 * 61

276 328 340 293 263

... ... ...

...

715 864 1 030 856 996

202 203 205 192 197

5.4 5.4 3.9 4.2 2.8

* 53.0 *69.6 84.9 *78.3 *72.0

58.1 67.2 95.0 79.0 99.2

1955 •••• 1956 * •••

116.5

601 626

368 365

302 301

... ...

970 1 095

194 243

2.2 1.7

102.0 115.2

109.4 89.5

...

56.5 61.8

. .. ...

75

500 7 000 8'200 9 200 960 380 770 150 450

Sulphur content- Contenu en soufre

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

* 11

400 350 300 050

5

... ... ... ... ...

3 •3 *3 *3

7

530 500 500 400

... ... 2 360

3 000 3 520 3 820 4 4 5 5 5

250 840 450 170 600

6 040 6 570

Voir remarque generale a Ia page precedents. 1 1940-1943, Ia Pologne est comprise dans les donnees pour I'AIIemagne,

See general nate on preceding page. 1 1940-1943• Poland included in figures for Germany. 2 Change in territory; see Introduction. 3 June-December.

2 3 4 5

4 ·Iron pyrites only. 5 Prior to 1945, copper

and iron pyrites; beginning 1945, iron pyrites only. Sulphur content estimated approximately.

Changement de territoire; voir !'Introduction.

Juin-d•kembre. Pyrites de fer seulement. Avant 1945, pyrites de cuivre et de fer;

a

partir de 1945, pyrites de

fer seulement. Contenu en soufre estime approximativement.

6 Beginning 1 9.48, revised series relating to concentrates. 7 Beginning 1 946, excluding North Korea.

6 A partir de 1948, series revisees relatives cux concentres. 7 A partir de 1946, non compris Ia Coree du Nord. tEn outre (contenu en soufre entre parentheses): Chine (Taiwan), 1954, 24.3 (1 0); 1955, 29.0(12); 1956, 29.7(12); Philippines, 1954, 5.3(2); 1955, 30.8(11 );Turquie, 1954, 34.5(17); 1955, 16.4(8); Tchecoslovaquie, 1937, 1 8.4(8); 1942, 1 0.8(4); 1946, 7.9(3).

t Also

(sulphur content in parentheses): China (Taiwan), 1954, 24.3(1 0); 1955, 29.0(12); 1956, 29.7(12); Philippines, 1954, 5.3(2); 1955, 30.8 (11 ); Turkey, 1954, 34.5(17); 1955, 16.4(8); Czechoslovakia, 1937, 1 8.4(8); i942, 1 0.8(4); 1946, 7.9(3).

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Phosphate rock -

Phosphates naturels

Production Thousand metric tons

Milliers de tonnes metriques

Country

WORLD 1

1929

1937

1938

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

10 500

10700

10600

20250

21 250

22400

22500

25 100

24600

* 1956

28500

Morocco 5••••••••••.• Seychelles 2, 3••••••••• South West Africa 2 •••• Tanganyika 6 ••••••••• Tunisia 7 ••••••••••••• Uganda ••••••••••••• Union of South Africa •••

747.0 ... 215.1

-

13.4 1 650

631.0

517.0

583.7 .458.4 ..

4.3

5.7

... -

-

...

1 378 9.6

1 487 21.7

2511

0.1 1771

0.1 2 034

...

...

-

... -

-

-

-

-

677.0 0.3 397.2

776.6 0.7 500.9 0.8

-

702.6

0.5 527.2 21.0 1.3

. ..

5 020

5 328

11.9 0.8 0.1 1 823

0.8 1.8 0.1 2 200

3.0 94.5

3.2 116.5

...

...

3 872 9.8 0.6

4 717 4.5 0.8 0.5 1 679

3 953 11.1 1.7 0.2 2 265

4 097 8.9 1.6 0.1 1 719

2.2 81.8

5.0 96.6

5.4 80.1

0.5 1 530

...

51.8

758.0

602.8 0.4 484.1 41.8 1.6

534.7

5.5 1.3

763.5 0.2 646.7 8.4 3.3

605.9 0.2 615.0 5.3 3.3

*5 700

-

4.2 0.9

2 077 3.0 175.6

...

103.3 3 883

...

101.8 4 330

. ..

99.3 3 922

...

0.9 107.1 10 948

104.2 11 293

0.7 106.9 12 259

0.7

0.7

96.1 12704

120.8 14043

0.4 94.2 12462

0.4 102.8 15999

... -

... -

... -

13.4

37.2

...

...

45.8

. ..

59.2

...

*55.0

...

. .. ...

. ..

30.2

Philippines 8, 11, ••••••• Sarawak 2••••••••••••

120

-

10 15

... ...

...

165 0.2 10 122

... ... ...

162

-

10 150

...

... ...

320.4 3.1

338.6 0.4

. ..

...

Chile 9 Venezuela

0.3

0.1 3 6.6

... ...

284.7 4.4 23.1

356.6 2.3 58.2

396.5

8]7.2

71.8

346.0 8.9 115.6

23.8

40.0

75.0

163.6

208.4

1.8 0.6

0.2 0.4

8.0 0.4

Philippines 8, 11 Sarawak 2

354.8

0.5

-

4.8

4.2 0.7

0.7

0.7

-

0.6 0.6

-

5.7

-

-

EUROPE 40 180

... 8 ...

68 103

5.0

...

4.9

75 86.7 13.0 23 6.2

129 99.4 11.6 22.9 9.0

51 74.0 7.8 24.1 2.0

59 93.5 18.9 23.4 21.4

36 82.7 32.4 21.9 8.8

26 84.1 36.1 22.2

...

19 60.0 37.2 23.4

...

13 66.9 32.9 11.4

...

Belgique 12 France 7 Pologne 7 Espagne Suede 13 OCEANIE

OCEANIA Angaur Island 3, •.•••.. Australia ••••••••••••• French Oceania •••.•.• Nauru 15 •.•.•.•.••••• Ocean Island 3, 13, ••••.

Jamaique 2, 8 Antilles Neerlandaises S Etats-Unis 7

Christmas, lie 3 lnde 7 lsrael7 Japan Jordanie 7

EUROPE Belgium 12, ••••••••••• France 7 ••••••••••••• Poland 7 ••••••••••••• Spain ••.•••••••••••• Sweden 13 ••••••••••••

Ouganda Union Sud-Africaine

AS IE

ASIA Christmas Island 3•••••• India 7 ••••••••••••••• Israel 7 •••••••••••••• Japan ••.•••••••••••• Jordan 7 •••••••••••••

Maroc 5 Seychelles, lies 2. 3 Sud-Ouest Africain 2 Tanganyika 6 Tunisie 7

AMERIQUE DU SUD

AMERICA, SOUTH Chile 9 ••••••••••••••• Venezuela ••••••••••••

Algerie Somalie Britannique 2. S Egypte Afrique Occidentale Fr. Madagascar '

AMERIQUE DU NORD

AMERICA, NORTH Jamaica 2, 8 •••••••••• Netherlands Antilles 3••• United States 7 ••••••••

MONDE1 AFRIQUE

AFRICA Algeria •••••••••••••• British Somaliland 2, 3,.. Egypt ••••••••••••••• French West Africa •••• Madagascar 4, •••••••

Pays

86 0.1 263 3330 227 14

94 0.1 187 3 700 405 14

14J06 1.2 130 3 855 304

152 1.7 307 1 026 251

I

145 8.1 252 966 256

84 5.6 267 1 079 250

114 3.4 276 1 2'47 287

124 6.2 295 1 121 297

139 6.5 247 1 257 314

...

6.9 290 1 491 302

Angaur, lie 3 Australie Oceanie Fran~aise Nauru 15 Ocean, lie 3, 13

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent C des minerais bruts d'une teneur variable en phosphate. le tableau ne comprend pas I'URSS (environ 3 millions de tonnes en 1937), Ia Chine continentale ni plusieurs pays de foible production. Pour les donnees annuelles de toute Ia periode 1928- 1955, voir I'Annuaire statistique 1956 et les editions precedentes. 1 Non compris I'URSS ni Ia Chine continentale. 2 Guano phosphatique. 3 Exportations. 4 A partir de 1952, source: U. S. Bureau of Mines.

Note. The figures relate to crude mineral with a variable phosphate content. The table does not include the USSR (about 3 million tons in 1937), mainland China and several minor producing countries. For annual figures covering the whole period 1 928- 1955, see the Statistical Yearbook 1956 and preceding issues. 1 Excluding USSR and mainland China. 2 Phosphatic guano. 3 Exports. 4 Beginning 1 952, source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 5 Former French Zone.

5 Ancienne zone fran~aise.

6 Bat guano approximately 5% P,0 5 content. 7 P,O 5 content: Tunisia, 26- 30%; United States, 31 - 32%; India, 25%; Israel, 24- 28%; Jordan, 34%; France, 10- 18%; Poland, 1 6- 18%. 8 Source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 9 Apatite. In addition, it is estimated that about 30 000 m.t. of guano is produced annually. Source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 10 Including deli•reries from Ryukyu lslcinds. 11 Phosphatic guano, P,O s content: 7- 14%. 12 Beginning 1 950, source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 13 Source: Statistical Summary of the Mineral Industry (london). 14 Production. 15 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated.

Guano de chauve-souris, contenant environ 5% de p205. Contenu en p205: Tunisie, 26- 30%; Etats-Unis, 31 - 32%; lnde, 25%; Israel, 24-28%; Jordanie, 34%; France 10-18%; Pologne, 16-18%. 8 Source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 9 Apatite. En outre, il est estime qu'environ 30 000 tonnes metriques de guano sont produites cheque annee. Source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 10 Y compris les livraisons des iles RyO-KyO. 11 Guano phosphatique, contenant 7- 14% de p2Q5. 12 A partir de 1950, source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 13 Source: Statistical Summary of the Mineral Industry (londres). 14 Production. 15 Douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 6 7

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MINING, QUARRYING

Potash (K 2 0 content)- Sels potassiques (K 2 0 contenu)

65.

Production Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons Country WORLD1

1929

1937

1938

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

2 350

2 730

2 790

4 800

5 220

5 700

5 940

6 660

7 090

...

...

I*

7 300

MONDE 1

10.9 1 970

Chili 2 Etats-Unis

AMERIQUE

AMERICA Chile 2, •••••••••••••• United States •••••••••

Pays

1956

...51

...

258

*10 288

1 168

12.0 1 511

1 288

0.3 1 734

0.5 1 768

10.0 1 887

ASIE

ASIA India s ••••••••••••••• Israel 4, ••••••••••••• Japan 6, •••••••••••••

... ...

4.3 15 0.2

3.9 24 0.2

-

2.7 0.8

-

2.6 0.7

-

4.3 0.7

1.4 3 0.3

5

1.5 11 0.7

... 5 11 0.6

. .. ...

526

EUROPE

EUROPE France ••••••••••••••• Germany: prewar ••••• East ••••••••••••••• West •••••••••••••• Italy •••••••••••••••• Spain ••••••••••••••• Sweden 2, 9,, •••••••••

Jnde 3 lsraeJ4 Japan 6

7 484 1 788

... ...

... •24 ...

7 470 1 968 8 (953)

... ... ... ...

579 1 861

...... ...

15

. ..

1 018

988

1 336 1 094

. ..

1 409 1 324 1.4

178

196

...

...

1 055

1 030

1 235

1 353

1 500

1 346 1 554 2.8

1 378 1 579 1.9

1 463 1 936 1.5

1 552 2 020 1.2

1 556 1 965

212 0.7

215 0.5

244 1.1

256 0.6

. ..

France Allemagne: av.-guerre Orientale Occidentale Ita lie

289 1.6

Espagne Suede 2, 9

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent au contenu en K20 (ou a l'equivalent en K20) des divers sels potassiques extraits. Le tableau ne comprend pas J'URSS, Ia Chine continentale ni quelques pays de foible production. Pour Jes donnees annuelles de louie Ia periode 1928-1949, voir l'Annuaire statistique 1956 et les editions precedentes. 1 Non compris I'URSS ni Ia Chine continentale. 2 Source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. ·3 Source: Statistical Summary of the Mineral Industry (Land res). 4 1929- 1 93 8: zone juive de Palestine. 5 Estimation du U. S. Bureau of Mines.

Note. The data refer to the K20 content or equivalent of various potash salts mined. The table does not include the USSR, mainland China and some minor producing countries. For annual figures covering the whole period 1928- 1949, see Statistical Yearbook 1956 and preceding issues. 1 Excluding USSR and mainland China. 2 Source: U. S. Bureau of Mines. 3 Source: Statistical Summary of the Mineral Industry (London). 4 1929- 1938: Jewish area of Palestine. 5 Estimate of the U. S. Bureau of Mines 6 Refined product, primarily for industrial uses and excludes imported potash for fertilizers. 7 Sales. 8 1936. Figure not included in total. 9 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated.

6 Produit raffine, principalement pour usage industriel; non compris les sels potassiques importes pour Ia fabrication d'engrais. 7 Ventes.

8 Donnee de 1936, non comprise dans Je total. 9 Douze mois finissant le 30 juin de J'annee indiquee.

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INDUSTRIES EXTRACTIVES 66.

Sulphur- Soufre Production t

Thousand metric tons

Milliers de tonnes metriques ASIA t- ASIE.j.

AMERICA- AMERIQUE Bolivie 1 Bolivie 1

Chile Chili

0.4

1.7 1.7 2.2 4.1 2.5

22.6 27.7 32.2 35.5 25.2

9.4 9.0. 11.1 11.5 10.1

3.7 7.2 6.2 0.6 0.5

23.9 26.1 25.6 20.8 9.2

Argentine Argentine

Year Annee

. ..

1937 •••. 1938 .... 1939 .... 1940 .... 1941 ....

-

0.1

...

1942 .... 1943 •••• 1944 .... 1945 •••• 1946 .•••

Mexico Me xi que

United States2 Etats-Unis 2

Peru Perou

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

EUROPEt

Chine: Chine: Taiwan

Japan 3 Japon 3

Turkey Turquie

Italy Ita lie

Spain Espagne

0.4 0.4 0.2 0.2

364 397 376 346 317

2 2 6 6

France

-

1.6 2.0 0.7 0.6 1.0

2 2 2 2 3

786 432 125 776 190

1.4 1.1 0.5 0.5 0.3

238 209 206 180 194

42.8 3.9 2.6 3.7 2.2

3 2 3 3 3

516 580 270 813 922

0.1 0.9 0.2

10.2 5.6

1.1 0.6 1.3 1.2 0.4

0.3

169 158 85 41 22

2.7 3.4 3.4 4.2 3.0

0.5 0.8 1.0 2.6 5.5

...

-

TOTAL

11

3 3 2 3 3

420 080 755 355 745

258 165 110 102 158

7 8 9 7 6

3 2 3 4 4

995 960 525 005 140

1947 .... 1948 •••• 1949 •••• 1950 .... 1951. ...

10.9 8.4 * 10.1 7.8 7.7

2.3 2.7 4.5 4.4 7.8

11.8 13.3 7.7 15.4 30.2

3.2 2.5 5.4 11.2 10.5

0.8 1.0 0.3 0.1 2.3

4 4 4 5 5

512 947 821 276 363

0.5 1.6 0.4 0.2 2.6

29 41 62 93 142

2.7 2.6 3.1 6.0 7.4

10.8 14.1 11.7 14.5 29.6

168 192 221 230 223

5 10 7 11 9

4 5 5 5 5

760 235 160 670 840

1952 .... 1953 •••. 1954 .••• 1955 .... ·1956* ...

18.6 19.0 21.3 18.7 18.9

5.6 2.5 2.6 4.0 3.5

48.6 32.6 39.7 50.9

12.0 12.5 62.8 96.8

5.1 5.0

5 5 5 5 6

378 238 604 831 527

5.1 3.1 6.0 4.9 7.9

179 190 188 203 247

8.4 9.8 10.0 11.5 13.9

38.5 30.6

258 245 220 202 195

11 12 12 10 10

5 5 6 6 7

970 800 180 480 180

...

...

I

-

'

Note. The data refer, as far as possible, to the mine production of sulphur, excluding sulphur contained in, or recovered from, pyrites. I Experts. 2 Crude sulphur. 3 Refined sulphur. 4 1 937-1 939: shipments from mines. t Also Egypt: 1955, 0.6; 1956, 0.1; Eritrea: 1951, 2.5; 1952, 2.6; Afghanistan: 1955, 1.4; 1956, 8.5; Greece: 1954, 2.5; 1955, 3.6 thousand

-

-

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent, autant que possible, C !'extraction de soufre dans les mines, non compris le soufre provenant des pyrites.

Exportations. 2 Soufre brut. Soufre raffrne. 4 1937-1939: expeditions des mines. tEn outre Egypte: 1955, 0.6; 1956, 0.1; Erythree: 1951, 2.5; 1952, 2.6; Afghanistan: 1955, 1.4; 1956, 8.5; Grike: 1954, 2.5; 1955, 3.6 milliers I 3

de tonnes metriques.

metric tons.

67.

Roofing slates -

Ardoises pour toitures

Production t

Country -

Thousands of Milliers de

Pays

1192911937

---u--ni-te-s-~32 590

-B-e-lg-iu-m---B-el-g-iq_u_e-.-.-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-.!-u-n-it-s

m.t.-t.m. F~ance .•...••...••..••.......•

.. .

m.t.-t.m.

261

Ireland -lrlande ......• , • , ..••. sq. metres- m2 Luxembourg. . . . . . . . . • . . . • . • . . . . Norway- Norvege ..•...••....

units -

unites

1938

15 880

19 860

.. •

.. •

135

131

1949

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

12.1

11.1

11.5

10.9

10.6

8.8

145

156

164

158

131

123

137

127

100

274

209

68

53

48

49

34

28

29

16

1 2 879

9 686

11 217

8 233

10 749

10 292

8 266

7 500

7 294

7 944

7 945

350

476

630

492

503

512

131

144

62

80

53

27

86

110

m.t.- t.m.

Sweden- Suede .•...•••..••... sq. metres-:- m2

1952

12.9

2

1

1951

13.0

·1 sq. metres- m

Portugal.......................

1950

182

88

33

92

67

36 73

86

99

107

118

172

149

191

164

98

87

142

219

411

United Kingdom 2- Royaume-Uni 2 sq. metres- m2

6 512

6 169

6 141

2 887

2 787

2 619

2 586

2 434

2 322

2 209

2 207

United States-Etats-Unis ••..•••. sq. metres-m2

4 293

3 398

2 992

1 686

1 835

1 906

1 353

1 322

1 074

1 129

995

U. cf S. Africa

I _ U.S.-Africaine I,.

sq. metres- m2

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent autant que possible aux ardoises pou:- toitures seulement, c !'exclusion des ardoises pour paves, eviers, etc. Pour des donnees annuelles de toute Ia periode 1928-1955, voir I'Annuaire statistique 19 56 et les editions precedentes. 1 Ventes. 2 Non compris l'lrlande du Nord. tEn outre (en milliers), Afghanistan: 1955, 8.1 m2; lnde: 1954, 1 0.9; 1955, 10.0 tonnes metriques; Yougoslavie: 1937, 889; 1938, 605; 1948, 2 165m2.

Nota. The figures relate, as far as possible, to reefing slates only, excluding slates for floors, sinks, etc. For annual figures covering the whole period 1928-1955, see the Statistical Yearbook 1956 and preceding issues.· 1 Sales. 2 Excluding Northern Ireland. t Also (in thousands), Afghanistan: 1955, 8.1 square metres; India: 1954, 1 0.9; 1955, 10.0 metric tons; Yugoslavia: 1937, 889; 1938, 605; 1948, 2 165 square metres.

189

MANUFACTURING -

68.

Structure of manufacturing -

INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES

Industries manufacturieres Persons employed

_ Country and monetary unit

Year

Establish-

Power

ments Etablisse-

installed Puissance

Wages and salaries

_i!.!!_~~ occup~~-

Salair~~~traitem~~- ---~~~ction _ _

Wage earners

Gross 'I Salaried Wages Salaries value Net value Ouvri~- _Employes_ _ Salair~__J!~ement!_ Valeur br'!!!_~l~!:_!l~e

ment~- _install~

Number

donnees fondamentales

1 000 H.P.

Thousands

Thousands

Million units of national currency

--~:;R~~~~~~~~--- -~n1n9e3e7_ -·-N-'-8o'-'7m"'4-"bo_re_6_1_1_0_0_:_9..:C2..:·9V...:...·I--M"-"-ill-'ie-'r..:s__24-7~~- - - ·...En ~~~~~d.'.un.ite!_El~~a.i.re.s n~~c:!!-.s •• Egypt- Egypte ••••••••••••••••••• (L. E.) Ethiopia and Eritrea, Fed. of 4•••••••• Ethiopia et Erythnoe, Fed. de 4 (Eth. $) Ethiopia 4-Ethiopie 4 •••••••••••• (Eth. $) Mozambique (Escudo)

2 1952 21954

3 3 399 3 3 651

1955

142

1953 1954 1955

68 71 68

••• 530.6

15.3

0.7

7.3

20.0 5 26.7

6 9.7 610.2· 11.1

0.4 0.5 0.6

3.64 4.29 4.98

26.55 33.2 38.8

1.27 1.80 2.22

0

217 498 629

31.5 58.0 75.1

1947

79

5.21

South.Rhodesiall-Rhodesie du Sudll (£ R)

1938 1952 1953

299 729 714

Un. of S. Africa13-Un. Sud-Africaine13. (£ S.A.)

1936/37 1951/52 1952/53

8 713 13 305 13 700

Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Fed. of: North. Rhodesia - Rhadesie du Nord (£ R)

- - - 27.7 - - 22.0 8.9

3 25.4

0

1950 1954 1955

7 ••••••••••••••••••••

3 238

3 218.7

0

57.0 9102.2 9133.4

246.0 297.2

62.1 78.2

2.6

71.0

33.0

1.8 2.5 2.3

32.9 36.6 48.1

14.5 20.7

60.3 92.1 110.2

81 033 81 920 8 2 133

8 399 8 802 8928

10 24.37

10 18.37

---42.4--- ---5.71---

14488 14 1 763 14 1 896

Note. Unless otherwise stated, manufacturing relates to production (includIng repair work) In factories, and excludes mining, building and construction, and public utilities (gas, electricity and water supply). For a more detailed definition, see lnternationa/ Standard Industrial Classification, U.N. Statistical Office Paper M4. Direct comparison between countries is somewhat difficult as, in general, the scope of the figures is variously limited to establishments using power-driven machinery or employing a minimum number of workers or having a minimum value af production. Except where otherwise noted, the figures are believed to conform to the following definitions: EstablishmeO>ts: single plants or factories. Power installed: horsepower of prime movers and of electric motors using purchased power. Persons employed: the average number engaged in production, excluding sales and distribution staff. Salaried employees: refers to the directing, managing, clerical and technical staff, and Includes working proprietors. Wages and salaries: total annual payments to persons employed. Gross value of production: value at factory of goods made or processed, inclyding by-products and other work done; includes a large amount of duplication resulting from use of semi-finished goods in other establishments. Net value of production: means the gross value minus the cost of materials, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy and contract work. 131 December. 2 Establishments employing 1 0 or more workers. 8 June. 4 Establishments employing 5 or more workers. 5 End of 1956. 61ncluding more than 2 000 workers on sugar cane plantations. 7 Establishments having installed power of not less than 5 H.P. 8 Sales. 9 Excluding payment in kind (1954, 26; 1955, 27 million escudos). 10 Including output of mines. ll Establishments employing five or more persons or using any form of motor power. 121ncluding salesmen. 13 Establishments employing three or more persons and using any form of mechanical power. · 14 All electric motors 15 Excluding salaries of working proprietors.

13.0

16.63 64.69 66.59

12 0.93 12 3.58 12 3.56

0.89 8.96 9.74

0.36 3.06 3.28

5.11 57.35 61.87

2.33 24.53 26.08

244.6 591.8 609.3

24.1 60.0 63.6

27.04 151.93 167.82

15 5.98 1540.53 1546.39

145.6 966.5 1 027.9

65.3 383.6 443.9

Remarque. Sauf avis contraire, l'industrie manufacturi8re porte sur Ia production dans les usines (y compris les travaux de reparation) mais non les mines, Ia construction et les services publics (eau, gaz, electricite). Pour une definition plus detaillee, voir Ia Classification internalionale type par induslrie, Etudes statisques M4, Bureau de statislique des Nations Unies. II est difflcile de comparer directement les pays entre eux car Ia portee des donnees est generalement limitee a des etablissements qui ulilisent une force motrice, occupant un nombre minimum d'ouvriers ou ont une production

superieure a une valeur minima. Sauf avis contraire, les donnees semblent avoir ete fournies en respectant les definitions suivantes: Etablissemer.ts: une usine ou une fa brique. Puissance installie: puissance en chevaux-vapeur des machines motrices et

a

des moteurs eJectriques utilisant le courant ochete l'exterieur. Personnes occupees: nombre moyen des personnes occupcies directement

a

Ia production (compte non tenu de Ia distribution et de Ia vente). · Employes: personnel de direction, de bureau et des -services techniques, y compris les proprietaires qui travaillent dans leur entreprise. Saloires et traitemenfs: total annuel des paiements aux personnes occupEies. Valeur brute de production: valeur a l'usine des merchandises fabriquees ou transformees, y compris les sous-produits et autres travaux accomplis; de

nombreux produits demi-flnis sont comptes plusieurs fois par suite de leur transformation dans des usines differentes. Valeur nette de production: valeur brute mains coOt des matieres premieres, emballages, combustibles, energie electrique achetee et travaux sous-traites. 131 decembre. 2 Etablissements occupant au mains 1 0 personnes. 3 Juin. 4 Etablissements occupant au moins 5 personnes.

5 Fin 1956. 6 Y compris plus de 2 000 personnes dans les plantations de canne a sucre. 7 Etablissements disposant d'une puissance installee d'au mains 5 C.V. 8Ventes. 9 Non compris paiement en nature (1954, 26; 1955, 27 millions d'escudos). 10 Y compris Ia production des mines. 11 Etablissements occupant au mains cinq personnes ou utilisant une forme quelconque d'energie motrice.

12 Y compris les vendeurs. 13 Etablissements occupant au mains trois personnes et utilisant une forme quelconque d'energie mecanique.

14 Tous les moteurs electriques. 15 Traitements des proprietaires exclus.

190

INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES 68.

Structure of manufacturing

(continued)

-Industries manufacturieres

donnees fondamentales

Persons employed Personnes occup8es Establish-

Power

Et::~~::e-

;~~!~~:!

Wages and salaries Salaires et traitements

Production

--~------~----·-

e;;'r~~;s

Salaried __m_en_t~- _:::ln.::•.::ta:.:l01e::c:"c__ __0.=..=u..:.vr:.:i::er:.:•c_I-.::E.::m:J:p.::lo:.y:.:e::sc__ 1 Country and monetary unit Year Number _ _ _!'ays et u~~~~~':!._ _ _ -~nnee _ ~mbre _

(suite)

Wages Salaires

Salaries Traitements

~:~:

Net value Valeur brute Valeur n..tte

1 000 H.P. Million units of national currency Thousands Thousands __._•II_ie_r_s___ __M_i_lli_e_rs__ _ ___cE::n:..:millions d'unites monetaires natio..!!_~1 000 C.V. __M 1 1

AMERICA, N.-AMERIQUE DU NORD Canada .••••.•••••.••••••• , ••••• (Dollar)

1937 1954 1955

24 834 38 028 38 182

4 712

545 989 1 011

116 279 287

526 2 822 2 995

196 1 075 1 147

3 625 117 554 119 514

1 509 27 902 28 753

Costa Rica ....................... . (Colon)

1950/51

3 247

3 12.9

14.71

3.78

25.15

7.44

420.8

138.4

Dominican Rep.4-Rep. Dominicaine4 ••• (Peso)

1937 1955 1956

1 342 2 915 3 002

28.78 66.29 76.49

3.18 4.72 5.94

6 38.33 67.64

610.02 6 1.46

19.33 9.00

4.30 5.18

364.25 86.21 93.12 98.39

129.95

2.16 103.70

10 0.46 100.69

10 0.20 100.36

41.95 61.52

21.83 25.67

62.5 68.3

25.6 30.9

1 091.0 8 210.5 10 865

491.8 2 748.9

254.2

114.7

111.50

35.22 84.83 126.53 188.33

El Salvador ••••••••••••..••••••••• (Colon)

1951 1954 11955 71956

8 266 8 171 8180 8 175

3 58.19

Guatemala 9, •••.•••••••••••••••• (Quetzal)

1946 1953

757 1 032

37.38 36.91

10 19.50 10 16.34

Honduras 7 •.••••..••••••.•••••••• (Lempira)

1951 1953

243 11450

37.55

9.4 11.1

1.3 1.8

Mexico- Mexique •.••••••••.•••••

1935 1955 1956

7 103

1 109

205.5 136.4 128.4

27.9 21.6 21.5

13 1953

1 575

19.44

18.09

3.04

Puerto Rico- Porto-Rico •••••.•••••• 15, 16 1939 (U.S. Dollar) 17 1949 17 1952 1954

798 1 140 1 171 I 938

23.48 18 37.15 1842.64 18 60.34

2.27 6.80 6.12 8.69

(Peso)

Nicaragua ..•••••••••••••••••.•••• (Cordoba)

United States- Etats-Unis ..••.•••••• (Dollar)

7

191939 20 1947 20 1954 20 1955

173 240 288 300

14

802 881 000 000

7 11 12 12

808 916 373 981

1 - - - - 6.47----1 30.48 34.73

!O

I 719 212 378 3 753 3 864

7.0 3.0 ---12 14.4---142.9 852.6 870.5

50.3 319.1 359.7

---53.96

9.22 29.74 40.43 59.29

I

8 30 44 49

998 242 595 739

3.46 12.86 15.61 23.97 3 708 9 447 21 381 22 481

5 22.88 5 165.00

5 173.25

367.61 1480.70

24 74 116 131

487 426 913 938

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 190. 1 Livraisons des fabriques. 2 Tiree de Ia valeur calculee de Ia production. 3 Taus Jes moter,s eJectriques. 4 Ensemble de;J'industrie, Jes industries manufacturieres representant 9798% du tot~l. 5Ventes. 6 Personnes employees pour une periode de paie; non compris les person.. nes non remunerees. 7 Etablissements occupant au moins cinq personnes. 8 Non compris les industries du sucre et des textiles. 9 Etablissements occupant au moins cinq personnes en 1946; au mains trois en 1953. 10 Donnees pour un mois (1946: decembre; 1953: novembre). 11 Non compris les beurreries ni les fromageries. 12 Non compris les traitements des proprietaires exploitants. 13 Etablissements doni Ia production a atteint une valeur d'au mains 1 2 000 cOrdobas per.dant l'annee. 14 Dont 0.8 millier de personnes non remunerees. 15 Non compris coupe et resechage du tabac, le broyage et Ia torrefaction du cafe. 16 Etablissements doni Ia valeur de Ia production a atteint au mains $2 000 durant l'annee. 17 Non compris l'industrie du tabac, ni les boular.geries occupant mains de dix personnes. 18 Non compris les ouvriers C domicile. 19 Donnees approximativement comparables avec donnees pour 1947. 20 Etablissements occupant au mains une personne en plus des propri.Staires exploitants. 21 Y compris le personnel de Ia distribution et de Ia construction inscrit sur les feuilles de paie des etablissements manufacturiers.

See general note on page 190. I Factory shipments. 2 Derived from calculated value of production. 3 All electric motors 4 All industries, of which manufacturing represents 97-98%. 5 Sales. 6 Persons employed during one pay period; excluding unpaid workers. 1 Establishments employing flve or more persons. 8 Excluding the sugar and textile industries. 9 Establishments employing flve or more workers in 1946; three or more in 1953. 10 Data for one month (1946, December; 1953, November). 11 Excluding buller and cheese factories. 12 Excluding salaries paid to working proprietors. 13 Establishments the value of whose products amounted to at least 12 000 cordobas during the year. 14 Of which, 0.8 thousand unpaid workers. 15 Excluding tobacco stemming and redrying, and coffee roasting and grinding. 16 Establ;shments the value of whose products amounted to at least $2 000 during the year. 17 Excluding the tobacco industry, and bakeries employing less than I 0 persons. 18 Excluding home workers. 19 Approximately comparable with 1947. 20 Establishments employing 1 or more persons (in addition to working proprietors). 2llncluding distribution and construction employees on the payrolls of manufacturing establishments.

191

MANUFACTURING

68.

Structure of manufacturing

(continued)

I Country and monetary unit Pays et unite manetaire

-Industries manufacturieres Persons employed

Year Annee

donnees fondamentales Wages and salaries

Personnes occupees Salaires et traitements --------- --~---

Establishments Etablisse-

Power Installed Puissance

earners

ments

installee

Ouvriers

Salaried Employes

Number Nombre

1 000 H.P. 1 000 c.v.

Thousands Milliers

Thousands Milliers

Wage

Wages Salaires

Salaries Traitements

(suite!

---;;-::--,----I Production

value Net value Valeur brute, Valeur net!D

Million units of national currency En millions d'unites monetaires nationales

AMERICA, S.-AMERIQUE DU SUD Argentina- Argentine .•...••••••••• (Peso)

1937 1948 1950

Bolivia- Bolivie ...••••••••.•.•...• (Boliviano)

1940 1948 1954 1955

Brazil- Bresil •••••••••.•••.••••••• (Cruzeiro)

1939 3 1944 31947 31952 51955 5 1956

48 245 80 436 81 599

524 876 879

54 266 251

711 3 696 6 005

173 873 1 526

14 427 2 22 006 2 36 021

11 437 210 916 2 18 810

9.43 13.82 17.11 17.03

1.08 1.84 3.01 3.43

36.2 242.1 2 559.6 4 810.9

13.3 96.2 831.2 1 726.6

478.6 2 258.8 20 940 40 592

. .. . .. . .. . ..

145.5 64.9 78.3 169.4

I 422 425 15 638 - - - - 4 3 9 1 6 - - - - 2 27 631 4 8 415 2 46 192 4 14 676 2101 478 4 22 273 2189 901 4 35 056 2 307 885

... ...... ... ...

041 144 398 606

... ... ... ...

35 355 7123 10 097 11 475 5 102 5 717

... ... ... ...

...

669.1 430.6 409.2 559.1 655.2 808.2

8 138 8 249 8375 8416 8431

88.9 147.1 161.9 165.4 164.0

1 1 1 1

Chile 6-Chili 6••••-••••••••••••..• (Peso)

71938 10 1948 10 1951 101952 10 1953

Colombia 11- Colombie 11 ••.••••••• (Peso)

1944/45 1953

7 853 11 243

Ecuador- Equateur ••••.••••.••••.. (Sucre)

1949 1950 1951 1955

67 79 82

Peru - Perou •••••••••••••.••••••• 13. 14 1942 (Sol) 13. 14 1946 151947 151950 15 1954 151955

1 121 2 080 2 198

3 4 4 4 4

539 259 078 196 109

...

1 118

... 401

1.05 1.08 1.24 4.55

12.49 13.96 14.01 I 8.91

... ...

... ... ...

8.8 20.1 22.2 23.7 22.6

. .. ...

3 6 7 10

345 282 030 661 091

I 2 3 3

114 204 457 266 964

115.52 19.88 66.48 30.85 - - - - 1 9 9 . 1 2 - - - - ----430.48 - - - -

... ... ... ...

144 345 209 266 318 373

...

...

72.70 74.36 86.90

...

...

Uruguay ......................... (Peso)

1936 1948 1951

10 549 22 593 24 296

... ...

57.73 153.27 180.18

Venezuela 16 ...................... (Bolivar)

1936

8 025

...

41.16

15.51 16.68 22.13

...

51.8 127.0 26.01 28.80 37.60 50.72

... 166 425

3.73 4.87 6.79 9.07

70.71 165.60 312.47 441.53

8.23

..24.15 .. ..

... ...

6.71

6 420

49.52

25.47 70.68 165.55 235.65

3 28 53 70 91

996 972 654 818 464

861 655 485 574 741

1641.08 3 840.2

1144.80 2 1 498.70

377.23 375.36 450.19 1 232.29

12 237.03 12 227.77 12 266.82

528 1 550

387 1 098 485 I 005

... . .. . .. . ..

7.44

230.99 937.38 1 133.75

17 7.58

2271.17

... . ..

91 9 12 9 23 9 30 9 40

. ..

... . ..

91.3.5

. ..

...

159.03

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 190. 1 Non compris les benefices. 2 Ventes. 3 Etablissements dans 22 capitales d'Etats doni les ventes annuelles atteignent ou depassent 100 000 cruzeiros; 1952, pas moins de 200 000

See general note on page 190. 1 Excluding profits. 2 Sales. 3 Establishments in 22 State capitals having annual sales of not less than 100 000 cruzeiros; 1952, not less than 200 000 cruzeiros. 41ncluding salaries of sales and distribution staff. 5 Most important establishments in the country. 61ncluding quarrying and music and entertainment. 7 Establishments having a capital of 50 000 pesos or more. 8 All electric motors. 9 Including values of containers and of contract work. 10 Establishments employing five or more persons, having a capital of 100 000 pesos or more or production exceeding 250 000 pesos. 11 Establishments employing 6 or more wage earners and with products valued at 6 000 pesos or more during the year.

cruzeiros.

4 Y compris les traitements du personnel de distribution et de vente. 5 Etablissemenfs les plus importants du pays. 6 Y compris carrieres, mus i que et divertissements,

7 Etablissemenfs don! le capital est au moins de 50 000 pesos.. 8 Taus les moteurs eJectriques.

9 Y compris Ia valeur des emballages et travaux sous-traites. 10 Etablissements occupant au moins cinq personnes, doni le capital atteint au moins 1 00 000 pesos, ou dont Ia valeur de Ia production d epasse 250 000 pesos. 11 Etablissements occupant au mains ~ix ouvriers et d'une production evaluee a au mains 6 000 pesos pendant l'annee. 12 Valeur brute moins Ia vale_ur des matieres premieres utilisees. 13 Y compris Ia construction. 14 Etablissements enregistres.

12 Gross value minus the cost of row materials.

131ncluding construction. 14 Registered establishment•. 15 Establishments employing 8 or more persons. 161ncluding public utilities. 17 Excluding salaries paid In the Federal District. There were 1 085 salaried employees In the Federal District in 1936.

l5 Etablissements occupant au mains huit personnes.

16 Y compris les services publics. 17 Non compris les traitements payes dans le District federal (1 085 employes en 1936).

192

INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES 68.

Structure of manufacturing

(continued)

-Industries manufacturieres

donnees fondamentales

Persons employed Personnes occup6es

ments

Power installed Puissance install lie

Ouvriers

Number Nombre

1 000 H.P. 1 000 C.V.

Thousands Milliers

Establish· ments Etablisse• Country and monetary unit Pays et unite monetaire

Year Annee

Wages and salaries Salaires et traitements

Wage earners

I

Salaried Employes Thousands Milliers _

(suite)

Wages Salaires

Salaries Traitements

Production

I

Gross value Net value Valeur brute Valeur nette

Million units of national currency En millions d'unites monetaires nationales

ASIA-ASIE

... ... ... ...

Burma 1 - Birmanie 1, ••• , • , , , , , , • , (Kyat) 3

1938 1953

1 019 1 982

China:- Chine: Taiwan •• , •••••••••• (N.T. Yuen)

1953 1955 1956

17 022 17 480 17 480

India 4-lnde 4, .................. (Rupee)

51948 1953 1954

5 690 6 399 6 637

... ... ... ...

Indonesia 9 - Indonesia 9•••••••• , • , , (Rupiah)

1955

2 453

10 253

Iraq ";--lrak ....... , ••••• , , •••••• , • (Dinar)

111954

22 460

195.8

Israel-Israel, • , ...... , • , .... , ••• (£1.)

12 1937 14 1950

5 602 7 412

33.6 186.8

Japan 16-Japon 16, ... ,., ... , .. ,. (Yen)

1937 1948 1954 1955

Jordan- Jordanie ................. (Dinar)

1954

418

Korea 19- Coree 19 •••••••••• , •• , • (Won) South Korea 19- Coree du Sud 19 •• (Won)

1937 1943 1946

6 298 10 065 5 249

Pakistan 4, •.•••••••••• , ••••••• , •• (Rupee)

1953

1 230

Philippines ••••••• ; •••••• , ••••••••• (Peso)

1948

29 463

1 432.5

Turkey- Turquie ••••••••••••• , ••• , (L.T.)

20 1937 201941 211954

1 018 931 3 850

172 271

106 100 184 187

005 304 487 112

... ... ... ... ...

....388.6

. .. . .. ...

6 608 9 238 11 109

...149.1 .. .... ...

7 1 347 71 647 71 712

7261 7354 7 411

9 536 11 228 12 875

83 173 83 343 83 729

719

455

...

... ...

...4.35

201.4 212.5 213.9

36.2 45.8 45.9

... . .. . ..

1 546 I 471 I 534

6159 6157 6 181

258

44

17.2 66.0

...

2 6.63 23.66

90.3

5.76 11.4 18.8

13 1.6

39.2 13 1.2

...

...

13 8.5 1 5187.4

134,4 15 75.4

... . ..

17 3 215 17234 - - - 1 152 16 356 17 2 940 17 561 125753 1 36125 825 375 - - - 17 4 740 - - - - - - 7 4 3 948 - - - 6 056 973 181 900 342 17 4 964 793 549 6 564427 182 099095

325 480 147

...

19.57

86.4 86.5

5.1

2.2

170.1 205.4 102.0

37.0 50.0 20.2

I

0.66---

... . .. ...

96

...

244

- - - 1 2 5 . 9 - - - - - - 142.4 - - 77.5

... ...

...

221

I

6.66

...

959 1 BOO

... . .. . ..

...

1 473.1

12.6

58.96

23.04

944.8

4.40 8.95

14.57 28.03

4.35 7.32

236.1 464.8 3-919.8

474

508.5

... 109.4 188.3 1 509.6

I

.Voir remarque generale a Ia page 190. 1 Fobriques occupant au mains vingt ouvriers; a partir de 1953, au mains 1 0 ouvriers, 3 Avant 1953, en roupies. 2 Salaires payes a 15 631 ouvriers. 4 Les donnees portent sur les etablissements fournissant des renseignements, occupant au mains vingt ouvriers et utilisant une energie motrice; elles se rapportent a Ia plus grande partie de l'industrie manufacturiere. 5 Non compris les fabriques produisant principalement le gur (sucre brut). 6 Y compris le personnel de distribution. 7 Non compris les paiements en nature (1948: 50.0; 1953: 50.3; 1954: 63.2; millions de roupies.) 8 Compte tenu de Ia depreciation. 9 Etablissements occupant au mains 50 personnes au cyan! une puissance installee d'au mains 5 C. V. 1o Taus les moteurs electriques plus les installations matrices ne produisant pas d'61ectricite. 11 Non compris l'industrie du petrol e. 12 Etablissements juifs seulement. 13 Livres palestiniennes, 14 Environ 85% du nombre total des personnes employees dans les industries manufacturieres durant J'annee. 15 Toutes industries manufacturieres. 16 Etablissements prives. 1937 et 1948: etablissements occupant au mains cinq ouvriers, a l'exclusion des membres de Ia famille; a partir de 1954,

See general note on page 190. 1 Factories employing 20 or more wage earners; beginning 1953, 10 or more wage earners.

2 Wages refer to 1 5 631 wage earners. 3 Prior to 1953, the rupee, _ 4 Figures relate to reporting establishments employing 20 or more wage earners and using power. Data cover maier part of manufacturing. 5Excluding factories engaged mainly in manufacture of gur (row sugar). 61ncluding distribution staff. 7 Figures exclude value of non-cash beneflts (1948: 50.0; 1953: 50.3; 1954: 63.2 million rupees). 8 Depreciation deducted. 9 Establishments employing 50 or more workers or having installed power of 5 or more horsepower. 10 All electric motors plus power installations not producing electricity. 11 Excluding the oil industry. 12 Jewish establishments only. 13 Palestine pounds. 14 Data cover approximately 85% of total persons employed in manufacturing for this year. 15 Whole manufacturing industry. 16 Privately owned establishments. 1937 and 1948: employing 5 or more wage earners, excluding family workers. Beginning 1954, employing 4 or

occupant au moins quatre ouvriers.

17 Dernier {our de l'annee. IS Y compris Ia valeur des recipients. 19 Y compris les services publics. 20 Entreprises subventionnees par I'Etat. Y co!l'pris les mines, 211ndustries importantes seulement. Ensemble des secteurs d'Etat et prive.

more wage earners.

17 As of the last day of the year. 18 Figure include value of containers. 19 Including public utilities. 20 State-aided enterprises. Including mining. 21 Major industries only. State and private sectors combined.

193

MANUFACTURING 68.

Structure of manufacturing

(continued)

-Industries manufacturieres

donnees fondamentales

Persons employed Personnes occup/;es Establishments

Etcblissements

----Country and monetary unit Pays et unite monetaire

Year Annee

Number

Nombre ------ ------

Wages end salaries Sclcires et trcitements

Power Installed Puissance instcllee

earners Ouvriers

_Emp~~-

1 000 H.P. 1 000 c.v.

Thousands Milliers

Thousands Milliers

Wage Salaried

Wag~~

1955 1956

7 946 7 820

Czechoslovakia- Tchecoslovaquie •••• (Koruna)

1946 1947

17 847 18 1 ?3

Denmark 1 - Denemark 1 ••••••••••. (Krone)

2]939 2 1947 71947 7 1949 7]952 71954 7 1955

5 737 7780 7 224 7 507 7 207 7 123 6 687

finland- Finland e ••••••••••••••••• (Markka)

1937 1947 1954 1955 1956

Germany 10- Allemcgne 10

Prewar area- Terr. d'avant-guerre

1936

West Germany- Allemagne Occid. (Deutsche Mark) 11

1949 1952 1955 1956

Seer- Serre ••••••••••••••• (Franc)

12 1949 12 1953 12 1954 12 1955 12]956

3 5 6 6

899 714 509 669

... ... 3518

... ...

saal

3

1 106

... ...

907 244 013 161 274

...

1 2 2 2

...

...

4i 558 50 072 51 515 52 882 739 823 826 814

...

Greece- Grece •••••••••••••••••• (Drachma)

1955

3 000

Hungary- Hongrie •••••••••••••••• (Forint) 15

14 1938 1947 1954 1955 1956

3 990 4 342

1950

1 246

lcelcnd-lslcnde ••••••••••••••••• (Kr6nc)

768 820

...

... ••

0

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... 1 1 16 3 16 4 164

082 076 733 089 317

;;•

Production

I

Gross value Net value Valeur brute Valeur nette

Million units of national currency En millions d'unites mon&taires nationales

- - - - - ------ -----

281.7 312.3

59.8

55.5

2 055 2 ~50

838.1 924.3

154.7 173.7

25 051 32 786

4]82.8 4216.2 '212.0 4231.8 4 238.8 4 250.9 4 247.5

531.1 542.3 541.4 547.5. 5. 8 54.7 866.9 867.7

1 1 1 1 2 2

230 192 489 922 200 270

201.0 244.5 280.0 295.2 303.7

12.9 34.4 48.6 50.9 53.6

2 28 89 98 108

638 114 370 961 567

5 646

920

3 732 5 498 5 820

683 885 1 078 1 171

67.4 82.8 83.5 87.2 90.5

13 10.5 13]4.7 13]5.0 13]5.7 13 16.3

152

8

288.5 296.3 581.5 583.1 597.7

40.5 53.2 216.5 198.5 201.4

17 8.9

17 0.7

4 633

Salaries Traitements

Salcires

EUROPE Bulg..,ria- Bulgaria •••••••••••••••• (Lev)

(suite!

...

I

498 492

24 039 25 695

9 420 10 690

7 793 9 729

147 416 214 992

70 659 93 238

... 397 385 505 727 873 935

. ..

5 23 26 30

617 766 360 876

----11644---9 16 22 25

929 583

494 641

... ... ... ... ••

0

2922

4 896 6 990 8 167

. .. . .. . .. ... . ..

62 66 6 8 11 12 13

870 263 358 149 493 501 041

61 62 2 3

20 152 624 696 762

414 522 758 673 107

98 972 9 208 9 233 9 251

358 922 912 701 4 624 5 448 5 588

... ... ... ...

... ... ...... ...

... 117 225 241 286 335

511 931 252 109 508

45 BOO

100 900 300 400 600

109 120 141 164

600 500 200 400

...

1 540

260

344 625 262 602 322

158 550 3 301 3 304 3 543

3 11 59 68 62

044 158 869 158 742

1 310 5 579

17 193.6

17 20.5

18 790.7

18 337.7

1 7 7 8

15 200

... ... ...

I

Voir remarque generole a Ia page 190. 1 Etablissements occupant au mains six ouvriers. 2 Y compris un petit nombre d'industries non manufacturiEtres. 8 Non compris moteurs electriques utilisont du courant produit en toto lite ou en partie dans l'etablissement lui-ml\me: 74 000 C.V. en 1939. 4 Non compris les ouvriers a domicile (5 650 en 1939). 5 Non compris Jes proprietaires exp!oifants, 6 Non compris ies industries des produits laitiers et les fabriques de lard. 7 Non compris industries des produits loitiers et fabriques de lard mais y compris leurs usines de conservation et de mise en boite. 8 y compris personnel de cantines et de ventes, et a partir de 1954, les ouvriers des entrepOts. 9 Valeur brute moins coOt des matieres premieres. 10 Etablissements occupant au mains dix personnes. Mines comprises. 11 Reichsmarks en 1936.

See general note on page 190. 1 Establishments employing 6 or more wage earners. 21ncluding c smell amount of non-manufacturing. 3 Excluding electric motors completely or partially using power generated by the establishments: 74 000 H.P. in 1939. 4 Excluding home workers (5 650 in 1939). 5 Excluding working proprietors. 6 Excluding dairies and bacon factories. 7 Excluding dairies and bacon factories but including their preserving and canning plants. Blncluding canteen and sales staff and beginning 1954, stock workers. 9 Gross value less cost of materials. 10 Establishments employing 1 0 or more persons. lnci•Jding mining. 11 Reichsmork in 1936. l2 Establishments employing 11 or more persons. 13including sales and distribution staff. 14Jncluding public utilities. 15 Pengo in 1938. 16 Prime movers and electric motors of which prime movers (thousand H.P.) 1954: 1 708; 1955: 1 893. 17 Establishments with 80.2% of ell insured working weeks in manufacturing. 18 Establishments with 79.1% of all insured working weeks in manufacturing.

12 Etablissements occupant au mains onze personncs. 13 Y compris le personnel de distribution ef de vente.

14 Y compris Jes services publics. 15 Pengo en 1938. 16 Machines matrices (1954: 1 708; 1955: 1 893 milliers de C.V.) et les moteurs erectriques.

17 Etablissements englobant 80.2% de !cutes les semaines de travail assurees dans les industries manufacturieres. 18 Etablissements englobant 79.1% de toutes les semaines de travail assur8es dans les industries manufacturieres.

194

INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES 68.

fitructure of manufacturing

(continued)

-Industries manufacturieres

Power

donnees fondamentales

(suite)

Wages and salaries Salaires et ,;,:tr.;;;a,;,:it.:.em=en:.::t.:.•_ _ _ _-'P-'-ro.:.d::.u..:c.;.:tio.:.nc__ __ 1

Parsons employed Personnes occupees

---;::--:-1

Establishments installed Puissance earners Salaried Wages Salaries Etablisse__ m_en_t_s_ _ _ in_st_a_ll!!_ _ _O_uv_r_i~- _E,:.::m.:!p.;.:lo.:.y'-'e:..:s_ _..:.S.::.al:..:a:.::ir..:e.:.s__...Traitements

I

I

Gross value Net value Valeur brute Valeur nette

1

Country ond monetary unit Pays et unite monetalre

Year Annlie

Number Nombre

1 000 H.P. 1 000 C.V.

Thousands Milllers

Million units of national currency En millions d'unites monetaires nationales

Thousands Milliers

EUROPE (continued- suite) Ireland -lrlande ••••••••••••••••••

181.6 196.9

1937 '1947 '1952 41954 41955

3 079 2 965 3 360 3 302 3 328

Italy -Ita lie,.,,,,.,.,.,,,.,., ••• , (Lira)

1937-39 81951

5 903 668 5631 875

Luxembourg ..................... . (Franc)

1937 1946 1949 1951 1954 1955

Netherlands- Pays-Bas, . , , • , , , • , •• (Guilder)

1930 1950 1954 1955 1956

Norway 13- Norvege 13 ... , , , , , , •• , (Krone)

14 1937 1950 1953 1954 1955 15 1955

260 984 087 200 513 7 447

Poland - Po.logne ................ . 16,171946 16,17 1947 (Zloty) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

21 217 28 996

Portugal •.•••••••• , •••••••••••••• (Escudo)

18 1954 18 1955

3 537 3 389

283 297

Romania- Roumanie .... ..•........ (Leu)

19 1937 191947

3~512

3.834

723 761

(£)

5, G5 418 5, 610 088

241

94 720 116 000

4 5 6 6 6

1 130.3 1132.5

215.4 2 17.2 2 21.2 2 22.4 222.9

52518 52 394

5]021 51 105

~

1117.9

1 271

3 8.86 3 3

3.01 18,38 5.79 30.52 9.29 348.28--351.14

87151 663 309

72.49 153.45 290.96 328.37 337.73 7 95

446

729 703

10 2 10 3 10 5 10 4 106

159'265

---23.93-----24.62 I 25.92 3.25 2 26.03 3.54 2 037 26.46 3.71 2 127 27.72 3.79 - - - 2

317---1 249 054 491 569 929 - - -

5 10 17 14 17

760 922 687 473 541

488 240 ••• - - - 11,12 I 023 - - - - - - - 2 11,12 I II 8 4 11,12 I 148 4 ••• 5

830 - - 120 540 090

18 26 28 32

800 700 900 200

2 8 12 13 14 14

674 726 094 335 449 635

16 21 26 32 38 42 47

813 797 878 208 088 588 345

1 340 1 658 1 791 2 006

137.6 212.5 220.3 226.8 234.9 238.6

1217.8 12 37.4 12 41.5 12 43.1 12 45.2 45.9

I 077 291 290

I

I ...

376 366 928 077 255 286

12 87 12342 12 517 12 564 12 626 634

44 772 100 174

9 522 21 276

530 650 723 815 865 940

126 152 188 237 274 315 360 396 416

128.2 132.5

8.4 8.1

769.2 839.0

I I I I I I I I

246.0 32.9 - - - 337.6 - - -

I I 2 2 2

7 666

24.49 47.19 74,63 89.53 94.35

184.0 202.6

13 563 12 365

013 735 884 620 267

6 9 10 11

300 400 400 200

972 3 990 5 385 5 887 6 239 6 324

5 679 4 890

64 567

1

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 190. 1 Nombre moyen de salaries a cinq dates en 1937 et a partir de 1947, douze dates; non compris ouvrlers de l'exterieur travaillant a Ia piece. 2 A Ia mi-octobre. 3 Non compris les gains des ouvriers de l'exterleur travaillant Ia piece. 4 Etablissements occupant au moins trois ouvrien. 5 Les donnees portent sur un jour seulement. 6 Machines motrices seulement, 7 Non compris plusieurs sous-groupes industrials. 8 "Unites locales"; donnees non comparable$ avec celles de 1937-39. Y compris Trieste. 9 Tous les mateurs electriques. 10 Compte tenu de Ia depreciation.

See general note on page 190. 1 Average number of wage earners at five dates in 1937 and beginning 1947, 12 dates1 excluding outside piece-workers. 2 At mid-October, 8 Excluding earnings of outside piece-workers. 4 Establishments employing 3 or more wage earners. 5 Data refer to one day. 6 Prime movers only. 7 Excluding several industrial sub-grou·ps. 8 Local units; not comparable with 1937-39. Including Trieste. 9 All electric motors. 10 Depreciation deducted. 11 Man-years. 12 Excluding working proprietors. 13 Establishments whose wage earners were employed a total of 12 000 hours or more during the year. 141ncluding electricity and water supply. 15 Establishments employing 6 or more persons. 16Jncluding, mining. 17 Establishments employing 5 or more wage earners. 18 Excluding home workers. 19 Establishments employing 11 or more wage earners or having an installed capacity of more than 20 H.P.

a

11 Annees-ouvriers.

12 Non compris les proprietaires exploitants, 13 Etablissements dont les ouvriers ont lite employes, en tout, 12 000 heures ou plus pendant l'annee. 14 Y compris services d'eau et d'electricite. 15 Eta blissements occupant au moins 6 personnes. 16 Y compris les mines. 17 Etablissements occupant au moins cinq ouvriers. 18 Non compris les. travailleurs a domicile. 19 Etablissements occupant au moins onze ouvriers ou disposant d'une puissance installee superieure a 20 C.V.

195

MANUFACTURING 68.

Structure of manufacturing· (continued)- Industries rnanufacturieres

donnees fondarnentales

Persons employed Es+ablish-

Country and monetary unit _ _ _!ays e~~!_~~taire _ _

occupees ---- -Personnes --- -

ments

Power installed

Etablisse·

Puissance

earners

ments

installee

Ouvriers

Salaried Employes

Number

1 000 H.P. 1 000 c.v.

Thousands Milliers

Thousands Milliers

Year

Nombre - -Annee - - - ------

Wage

(suitel

Wages and salaries Salaires ettraitements

--~-Wages Salaires

Salaries Traifements

Production

~=~-~--value Net value Valeur brule Valeur nella

Million units of national currency En millions d'unit6s momitaires nationoles

-----

EUROPE (continued -suite) Sweden 1 - Suede 1.•••••••••••••• (Krona)

United Kingdom 6 - Royaume-Uni 6..• (£)

Yugoslavia B-Yougoslavie B•.•••••• (Dinar)

1939 1947 1951 1952 5 1954 5 1955

18 16 15 15 16 16

073 686 786 348 930 622

1935 71948 1949 1952 1953 1954 1955

49 218 55 189 58 044

1938 1947 1948 1955

2 940 802 1 042 2 508

... ... ... ...

2 3 4 4 5 5

541 634 651 636 643 663

750 698 668 981 645 923

... ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. 871

...

2 531 1 727

... .. .

76 128 148 150 158 165

4 4 5 5

... ...

184 861 407 952

1 1 1 2

501 758 975 214

. ..

...

4 778 700 5 594 1 105 1 599 490 5 862 1 188 1 742 545 1 351 6 149 742 2 254 6 186 1 386 2 409 794 ---7682--- ---3443--3 737 7 794 179.4 185.0 254.0 ---664.5

17.6 39.4 74.3

I ----

...

1 622 6 940 1 539 ----10341---9 82 720 91

I

27 217 2 30 2 30 2 32 2 35

. .. . ..

610 342 373 749 848 742

3 12 4 11 4 13 4 14

040 390 036 180

1 3 3 5 5

226 766 965 157 583

2 900 10 023 11 138 15 831 16 459 17 738 19 229

. ..

6 727

. ..

44 69 94 348

696 550 459 841

35 820 46 814 9 553 303

1 2 3 3

482 179 634 330 652

185 475 1 050 1 319 1 446

106.50 259.39 464.06 550.69 584.04

15 34.80 15 86.91 15 145.12 15 185.42 15201.17

OCEANIA-OCEANIE Australia 10- Australie 10, •• , ••• , •• , (£A)

1937/38 1947/48 1952/53 1954/55 1955/56

25 36 47 50 51

902 890 292 608 979

1 2 4 4 4

535 825 085 620 970

477 717 770 853 874

115] 1190 11]09 11]22 11]29

85.3 240.8 530.1 652.4 706.2

1214.4 12 39.4 12 92.0 12 113.9 12 130.6

New Zealand 13 (£N.Z.)

1937/38 1947/48 1952/53 1954/55 1955/56

5 7 8 8 8

780 825 512 366 515

14251 14426 14565 14 611 14700

81.9 112.8 121.4 131.4 134.5

15.1 21.3 21.8 22.2 23.6

15.38 39.76 63.8 80.6 87.8

4.18 9.83 14.7 17.8 20.0

-,

Nouvelle-Zelande 13

Voir remarque gfmerale

See general note on page 190. 1 Establishments employing 5 or more persons; including quarries, which cannot be separated from stone manufactures. 21ncluding excise faxes. 3 Excluding all taxes and excluding dairies. 4 Excluding all taxes and including all dairies. 5 New series based on more complete data. 6Est~cted production: meat produced from animals slaughtered under government

supervision. 1 Total includes 1 000 metric Ions of mutton and lamb (in Egypt, of pork). 2 Excluding meal from animals slaughtered in villages. 3 Former French Zone only. 4 Year ending 30 September.

gouvernemental.

total comprend 1 000 !annes metriques de mouton el agneau (en Egypte, de pore). 2 Non compris Ia viande provenan! des abal!ages effeclues dansles villages.

1 Le

3 Ancienne zone fran~aise seulement.

4 Annee finissanl le 30 seplembre.

197

MANUFACTURING

69,

Meat (continued) -

production

Viande (suite)

Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons Pootwar-Apres-guerre

Prewar-Avant-guerre Country and definition

Kind of meat

Period Periode

Quantity Quantile

1952

- 1953 - - - 1954

1955

* 1956

Espece de viande

AMERIQUE DU NORD

AMERICA, NORTH Canada ••••••••••••• Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lomb Total.,,,,,,,, Cuba.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, (Commercial prod,)

Total .........

Guatemala •••••••••• Beef and veal Pork (Commercial prod.) Total ••••••••• Jamaica ............ Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lomb Total .........

1935-1939

. " "

333 282 28 643

...

...

... ...

.... ..... ... . .. ......

... ... ... ... ...

Mexico •• , •••• ,,.,,. Beef and veal. Pork (Commercial prod.) Mutton and lamb Total .........

1936

United States, , • , , • , , Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lomb Total .........

1935-1939

" "

" " "

"

396 519 12 927 63

...

580 462 15 I 057

32 7 39

35 6 41

9 2 2 13

11 2 3 16

73 2 2 17

12 2 2 16

3 617 3 328 395 7 340

4 907 5 229 294 10 430

... ... ... ...

209 94 14 317

6 329 4 539 331 11 199

6 627 4 477 333 11 437

614 466 15 I 095

...

...

28 7 35

214

II

...

569 416 14 999

29 6 35

154 55 10 219

151 52

503 402 14 919

29 6 35

... . .. ...

... . .. ... ...

... .. .... ... . ..

6 870 4 985 344 12 199

7 300 5 090 336 12 726

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton el agneou Total Total

Canada (Prod. totale)

Cuba (Prod. commerciale)

Boeuf et veau Pore Total

Guatemala (Prod. commerciale)

Boeuf el veau Pore Mouton et agneou Total

Jomoique (Prod. totole)

Boeuf et veou Pore Mouton et ogneau Total

Mexique (Prod. commerciole)

Boeuf et veou Pore Mouton et agneou Total

Etots-Unis (Prod. totole)

AMERIQUE DU SUD

AMERICA, SOUTH Argentino ........ , .. Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lomb Total,.,,,,,,,

1934-1938

I 608

I 788

" " "

136 186 1 930

136 192 2 116

1 766 155 192 2 113

1 815 156 206 2 177

2 147 156 199 2 502

Brazil, ............. , Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lomb Total •••••••••

1935-1939

*953 *271 12 * 1 236

1 066 391 37 1 494

1 121 394 40 1 555

1 166 408 37 1 611

1 132 405 39 1 576

110 23 20 153

113 26 21 160

144 25 17 186

111 24 16 151

284

* 290

Chile 1,,,,,.,., •• , .. Beef and veal Pork (Commercial prod.) Mutton and lamb Total ......... Colombia, •••• ,, •••• Beef and veal

" " "

1934-1938

" " "

...

102 14 19 135

...

...

...

Uruguay .... ,,., .... Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lomb Total .........

1938

" " "

266 14 64 344

302 18 62 382

325 20 64 409

271 20 58 349

254 21 67 342

Toto1 2........

1939

53

88

96

97

102

Venezuela .... ,, ••••• (Commercial prod.)

Pays et definition

2 515 190 185 2 890

... ... ...

... ... ... ...

... ... ... ... ... ...

105

Boeuf et veou Pore Mouton et agneau Total

Argentine (Prod. totole)

Boeuf et veou Pore Mouton et agneou Total

Bresil (Prod. totole)

Boeuf el veou Pore Mouton el ogneou Total

Chili 1 (Prod. commerciole)

Boeuf el veou

Colombie

Boeuf et veou Pore Mouton et ogneou Total

Uruguay (Prod, totole)

Toto1 2

ASIE

ASIA Ceylon.,, .... ,, ... , Beef and veal Mutton and lomb (Inspected prod.) Total •• , ••• ,,,

Venezuela (Prod. commerclole)

... ... ...

... ... . ..

Cyprus ••••••••••••• Beef and veal (Total prod.) Pork Mutton and lamb Total .........

1934-1938

1

" " "

2.

Japan .............. Beef and veal (Commercial prod.) Pork Total .........

1934-1938

" "

3 6 61 57 118

.. ....

... ... . ..

. .. ... ...

14

18

I

2

15

20

2 2 3 7

1 2 3 6

1 2 3 6

3 2 4 9

3 2 4 9

73 78 2152

82 93 2 176

87 74 2 162

139 83 2 223

139 108 2 248

...

Boeuf et veou Mouton et ogneou Total

Ceylon (Prod. soumise !'inspection)

Boeuf et veou Pore Mouton et ogneou Total

Chypre (Prod. totole)

Boeuf et veou Pore Total

Japon (Prod. commerciole)

a

Voir remorque gemerole a Ia page 197. l Voir Annuaire statistique 7954 pour Ia production totale, avant-guerra,

See general note on page 1 97. 1 For total production, prewar, 1949-1951, see Statistical Yearbook 1954. 2Total includes 1 000 metric Ions of mutton and lomb,

1949-1951. 2 Le total comprend 1 000 tonnes metriques de mouton et agneau.

198

INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES

69.

Meat

(continued) -

Viande

{sulteJ

production Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons

Country end deflnition

Kind of meet

Period Periode

Quantity Quantile

I

Postwar-Apres-guerre

Prewar-Avant-guerre

1952

1953

- - - - - - - - * 1956 1954

1955

Espece de vicnde

ASIA (cont.)

ASIE (suite)

Malaya, Fed. of •••••• Beef end veal (Commercial prod.) Pork Total ......... Pakistan •••••• , •••••

(Commercial prod.)

Beef end veal Mutton end lamb Total .........

1940

"

"

... ... ...

Beef and veal Pork Mutton and lamb Total .........

1934-1938

Turkey .............. Beef and veal (Inspected prod.) Mutton and lamb Total .........

1934-1938

Philippines 2. , • , , , (Inspected prod,}

, , ,

" " " "

"

5 26 31

... ...

... 31 35 *1 * 67

8 17 25

7 18 25

186 ... ... ... ... ...

-

18 45 63

-

19 38 57

8 18 127

9 20 130

10 24 135

Boeuf et vecu Pore Total

Mclcisie, Fed. de (Prod. commercicle)

201 63 264

201 63 264

201 63 264

Boeuf et vecu Mouton et cgneau Total

Pakistan (Prod. commercicle)

17 43

11 46

Boeuf et veau

Philippines 2 {Prod. soumise l'inspection)

a

a

-

60

-

57

...

... ... ...

Pore Mouton et agneau Total

20 39 59

44 58 102

49 57 106

61 60 121

69 69 138

80 74 150

Boeuf et veau Mouton et cgneau Total

Turquie (Prod. soumlse !'inspection)

9'5 157 4 256

100 154 6 260

111 163 6 280

114 165 6 285

111 180 6 297

112 188 6 306

Boeuf et veou Pore Mouton et agneau Total

Autriche (Prod. totale)

140 172 3 315

153 197 2 352

161 198 2 361

175 194 3 372

184 200 2 386

174 *219 2 395

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

Belgique (Prod. fatale)

742

699

691

768

858

115 365 1 481

125 448

141 483

156 454

1

1

574

625

137 495 1 633

EUROPE

EUROPE

.....

Beef end veal Pork Mutton and lamb Total .........

1934-1938

Belgium,, •• , •••• ,, •• Beef and veal (Total prod.) Pork Mutton and lamb Total .........

1936-1938

Austria ••••••• (Total prod.)

Pays et deflnition

Czechoslovakia 5, ••• , ,

Total •••••••••

"

" " " "

"

...

...

Denmark •••••••••••• Beef and veal (Total prod.) Pork Mutton and lamb Total .........

1935-1939

" "

124 310 4 438

Finland •••••• , •••••• Beef and veal (Total prod.) Pork Mutton and lamb Total .........

1934-1938

* 63

*47 *5 * 115

54 53 7 114

54 54 6 114

58 71 6 135

883 678 99 1 660

1 030 850 105 1 985

1 160 920 110 2 190

378

756 985 24 1 765

15 19 60 94

France •••••••••••••• (Total prod.)

"

"

" "

Beef and veal 1934-1938 Pork " Mutton and lamb " Total ......... "

...

Germany: East 4•••••• (Commercial prod.)

Total., •• , •• ,.

West ..... (Total prod.)

Beef and veal Pork Mutton and lamb Total .........

1938

Greece •. , ••..••••••

Beef and veal Pork Mutton and lamb Total •••••••••

1934-1938

(Total prod.)

Hungary 3, •• , , , •••• (Commercial prod.)

,

Total •• , ••••••••

Ireland,., ••••• , •••• (Total prod.)

Beef and veal Pork Mutton and lamb Total •••••.•••

" " " "

" "

... 1934-1938

" "

"

...

... 45 93 22 160

Total

Tchecoslovaquie 5 Denemark (Prod. totale)

611

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton eta gneou Total

68 64 5 137

69 60 4 133

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et cgneau Total

Finlande (Prod. totale)

1 360 900 110 2 370

1 390 950 115 2 455

1 335 1 070 115 2 520

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

France (Prod. fatale)

441

464

496

527

645 1 145 28 1 818

753 1 157 28 1 938

805 1 186 25 2 016

810 1 345 24 2 179

817 1 377 19 2 213

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et cgnecu Total

12 22 45 79

12 22 51 85

14 22 57 93

16 23 68 107

... ... ...

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et cgneau Total

109

118

118

128

91 66 20 177

80 89 21 190

94 99 22 215

72 86 25 183

1

• ...

141

... ... ... . ..

Total

Total Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agnecu Total

Allemagne: Orient.' (Prod. commerciale) Occld. (Prod. totale)

Grece (Prod. totole)

Hongrie 3 (Prod. commerciale) lrlcnde (Prod. totale)

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 197. 1 Le total comprend 1 000 tonnes metriques de mouton et agneau. 2 Douze mois se terminant le 30 juin de l'annee indiqul!e, Voir Annuaire sfafisfique 1954 pour Ia production totcle, avant-guerre, 1949-1951, s Donnees publiees officiellement; porfee non cloirement deflnie. 4 Production dons les abattoirs ordincires et tempore ires; comprend vicnde de seconde qualite et obats. 5 Poids vif.

See seneral note on page 197. 1 Total includes 1 000 metric tons of mutton and lamb. 2 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. For total production, prewar, 1949-1951, see Statistical Yearbook 7954. 3 Officially published data; scope not clearly deflned. 4 Production in abattoirs ond emergency slaughter houses; includes lower grade meats and offal. 5 Live weight.

199

MANUFACTURING 69.

Meat

{continued)-

Viande

{suite)

production MUliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons Postwar-Apres-guerre

Prewar-Avanf..guerre Country and definition

Period Periode

Kind of meat

Quantity Quantile

1954 - 1952 - - - - 1953 - - - ----1955 - - * 1956

Pays et definition

Espece de viande

EUROPE (suite)

EUROPE (cont.) ltaly1.,, •••••••••••• (Total prod.)

1934-1938

Beef and veal Pork Mutton and lamb Total •••••••••

" " "

1937

Luxembourg ••••••••• Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Total ••••••••• Netherlands ••••••••• (Total prod.)

" "

1934-1938

Beef and veal Pork Mutton and lamb Total •••••••••

" " "

1935-1938 Norway ••••••••••••• Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) " Mutton and lamb Total .........

" "

320 223

309 212

363 198

410 163

49

49

48

46

592

570

609

619

6 11 17

6 12 18

6 12 18

12 19

136 173 9 318

173 192

171 219

184 231

42 41 15 98

... ... ... ... ... ...

.. .... ... ... ... ...

Spain.,, ........... Beef and veal (Total prod.) Pork Mullan and lamb Total .........

1935

Sweden ............. Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lamb Total .........

1934-1938

"

285

Switzerland, , •••••••• Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lamb Total .........

1936-1939

99 85

Poland 2, •••••••••••

Pork Total •••••••••

Portugal ••••••••• ,,. Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mullan and lamb Total .........

United Kingdom, , , , , , (Total prod.)

Beef and veal Pork Mutton and lomb Total .........

" " " " " " " "

}1936/>7-j 1938/39 1939

Yugoslavia • , • , •• , , , , Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lamb Total .........

" "

"

7

ltalie1 (Prod. fatale)

Boeuf et veau Pore Total

Luxembourg (Prod. totale)

196 268 6 470

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

Pays-Bas (Prod. totale)

48

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton at agneau Total

Norvege (Prod. totale)

... ...

Pore Total

Pologne 2

......... ...

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

Portugal (Prod. toto Ie)

433

8 12 20

8 12 20

...43 ...44 ... ...

5

7

7

370

397

422

202 259 6 467

44

43

42 17 103

40

46 44

55 50

17 100(

16 106

17 122

954

1 065 1 512

1 080 1 505

1 183 1 674

1 374

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

418

53 15 116

30

34

41

40

45

44

44

16 91

15 93

17 102

43 16 99

* 154

138 182 96 416

125 187 86 398

141 187 93 421

139 186 88 413

124 206 93 423

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

Espagne (Prod. totole)

131 150

130 176 2 308

122 181 2 305

125 186 2 313

147 185 2 334

124 183 1 308

Boeuf et veau Pore .Mouton et agneau Total

Suede (Prod. total e)

93 . 92 3 188

96 99 3 198

98 96 3 197

94

97

101 3 1911

110 3 210

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

Suisse (Prod. totale)

604

620

764

519 170 1 293

558

680 209 1 653

715 667 177 1 560

819 621 197 l 637

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agnecu Total

Royaume-Uni (Prod. totcle)

123 206 53 362

Boeuf el vecu Pore Mouton el agneau Total

Ycugoslavie (Prod.lotale)

• 310 *120 * 584

4

4 188 625 410 206 1 241 107 195 65 367

170 1 348

82 117

48 247

91 167 52 310

332

114 198 52 364

760 99 395 1 254

753 92 350 1 195

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agnecu Total

255

Boeuf et veau Pore Mouton et agneau Total

90 188

54

OCEANIA Australia, ........... Beef and veal Pork (Total prod.) Mutton and lamb Total ......... New Zealand 3,,.,.,. Beef and veal (Total prod.) Pork Mullan end lamb Total •• ,,, •• ,. USSR ... (Commercial prod.)

Totai4 .... ,, ..

)1934/35-j 1938/39 J

1937-1939

" " "

1940

89 321 950

607 87 363 1 057

716 86 373 1 175

735 92 388 1 215

166

195

185

48 247

40

42

353 588

337 564

202 38 333 573

229 39 351 619

358 654

(2 459)

(2 524)

(2 660)

540

461

(1 501) 5(1 556)

(

... )

41

I I

I :

OCEANIE

I

Australie (Prod. totale)

Nouvelle-Ze!ande 3 (Prod. fatale)

Tota14

URSS (Prod. commerclale)

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 197. 1 Avant-guerre: non compris !'equivalent en viande du betail importe sur pied. 2 Poids vif. 3 Douze mois se terminantle 30 juin pour les anne as d'avant-guerre, le 30

See general note on page 197, 1 Prewar flgures do not include meet equivalent of live imports. 2 Live weight. 8 For prewar years, twelve months ending 30 June; for other years, ending 30 Sept. of year shown. 4 Industrial production including some by-products but excluding production In collective farms (Kolkhozes) end meat obtained from home-slaughtered livestock. Total production in 1938 was reported as 3.3 million metric tons,

5 1950.

\

septembre de l'annee tndiquee pour les autres annees.

4 Production industrielie y compris des sous-produits mals non compris Ia production des fermes collectives (Kolkhozes) ni Ia viande provenant de l'abattage familial. La production totale en 1938 se seralt elevee a 3.3 millions de !annes melriques. 5 1950.

.

200

INDUSTRIIES MANUFACTURIERES

70.

BuHer- Beurre Production

B. Factory production -

A. Total production

A. Production totale

B. Production industrlelle Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons

Country -

Pays

Code

1929

1937

1938

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

- - -- - -- - - - - - - - -- - -- - -- - - - - - - - - - - AFRICA- AFRIQUE Belgian Congo- Congo Beige ••••••••••

B

Kenya 1, .•••• , .•••.••• ;, • , • , , •••••• ,

A2

Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Fed.: Southern Rhodesia 3- Rhodesia du Sud 3

... ...

...

. ..

0.48

0.42

0.52

0.53

0.56

0.54

0.48

0.44

1.23

1.27

2.66

2.94

3.42

3.90

3.49

4.13

4.49

4.84

A B

0.66 0.51

0.69 0.49

0.60 0.39

0.52 0.51

0.41 0.41

0.42 0.41

0.45 0.44

0.45 0.44

0.45 0.44

0.47 0.47

0.55 0.54

B

4

6.8

12.9

15.2

21.1

27.1

29.9

27.8

30.9

33.3

34.8

36.8

A

122

B

77

Dominican Rep.- Rep. Dominicaine ••••••

B

-

United States 5 - Etats-Unis 5,,.,,, ••• ,,,

A B

991 745

U, of S. Africa- Union S.-Africaine •••••• AMERICA, N. -AMERIQUE DU N. Canada 5 •••.. , .... , . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . ,

155 112 0.09 968 754

163 121

152 127

0.08

0.23

1 022 816

766 641

132 119 0.27 747 629

130 117 0.35

655 546

139 128 0.37 636 539

148 138 0.31 729 641

152 143 0.43 738 657

154 145 0.41 704 629

147 138 0.44

707 639

AMERICA, S.-AMERIQUE DU S. B

27.9

31.6

29.2

39.0

45.3

43.1

46.4

57.7

60.8

56.9

J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

B

12.7

21.0

27.0

21.7

24.5

20.4

26.3

25.0

24.1

28.0

Chile-Chili .........................

B

1.63

1.64

2.39

2.20

2.69

Argentina

6 - Argentine 6 •••••• , •••• , , ••

Brazil 7- Bresil

Peru- Perou ••.•• , , ••••• , •••• , , •••• , Venezuela •••••••••••••••• , ••••••••••

B

... ... ...

A2

...

A

... ... ...

... ...

...

... 2.43

66.0

... ... ...

2.30

2.25

1.77

1.64

2.38

2.42

0.30

1.86

1.56

1.34

1.61

2.17

3.24

3.27

3.36

3.14

1.75

2.43

2.70

13.98

4.63

6.79

7.24

7.71

25.0 19.0

24.5 16.9

25.4 15.2

28.7 19.7

29.7 20.6

31.5 22.6

30.3 21.4

32.8 23.5

66 25.9

72 32.3

72 33.8

74 33.9

83 41.1

91 44.6

91 44.9

89 46.4

0.74

1.96

4.20

3.14

3.88

3.35

3.63

4.66

30.4

34.4

36.9

38.9

35.3

37.0

43.2

49.1

ASIA-ASIE Japan 8-Japon 8,, ........ , .. ,.,,, ..

2.51

EUROPE Austria -Autriche ......... ,,.,.,, •••• ,

A B

Belgium- Belgique, ......... , .. , , ... ,

A B

Bulgaria- Bulgarie ••••••• , , , •••••••••

B

... ... 60 ... ...

Czechoslovakia- Tchecoslovaquie •••••• ,

B

...

Denmark -

A2

179

Denemark ••••• , •••••••••••

Finland- Finlande. , ••••••••••••••••••

A B

France ..............................

A

Germany:- Allemagne: East- Orientale ••••••••••••••••••• West 10- Occidentale 10 •• , , , •• , , , ••

C Saar- Serre ••. , ••• , • , , , . , • , , , , .

A B A B A B

Grece., •••••••• , •••••••••• ,

A

Hungary- Hongrie •••••••••••••••••••

B

Greece -

46.0 24.2

22.5 ...... ... 63 .64.. ... 0.66 14.3 183

57.5 29.7

0.66

... 189

156

61.2 33.2

9148.4 29.3

179 53.3 35.7

168 56.0 39.9

154 62.0 44.3

173 64.6 48.3

220

208

...

193

225

250

235

276

... ...

... ...

... . ..

. .. ...

.61..

...

.97..

. ..

310

...

... ...

... 4.1

517 417

...

...

242 237

101296 238

... ...

... . ..

271 259

......

86 298 276

. .. ...

303 271

. .. ...

96 322 288

......

181 65.2 51.0 305

. ..

164 60.3 48.7 309

300

144 123 326 290 2.17 1.89

141 120 334 301 2.62 2.32

...

6.05

2.83

5.41

5.65

5.47

7.29

8.50

10.23

11.3

10.1

10.1

8.4

6.8

12.1

8.1

9.4

11.4

Voir page suivante pour Ia remarque generole et les notes.

201

73.7 65.7

109 339 303 2.05 1.82

7.64

For general note and footnotes, see next page.

166

12.7

MANUFACTURING

70.

Butter

Beurre

(continued) -

production

(suite)

A. Total production

B. Factory production -

A. Production totale

B. Production ind.ustrielte

Thousand metric tons Country -Pays

Milliers de tonnes metriques Code

1929

1937

1938

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

*1956

------------ -------- ---- -------- ---- ---- ---EUROPE (continued- suite) t Iceland -

lslande ............ , ........

Ireland 11-lrlande

A B

...

...

0.45 0.18

0.45 0.15

0.40 0.25

0.43 0.28

0.50 0.36

0.81 0.59

0.84 0.64

0.84 0.64

0.80 0.70

0.91 0.76

38.9

55 34.9

56 37.4

50 33.1

50 33.5

54.2 35.7

59.2 39.9

58.3 38.2

64.3 43.7

...

A B

81.5 36.1

61.9 38.5

Italy -ltalie ••••••••••••••• , •••••••• ,

A

42.1

55.0

57.8

9153.1

57.9

59.8

59.5

60.8

61.9

65.0

67.5

Luxembourg ..........................

A B

2.2 1.9

2.9 2.7

2.8 2:7

3.2 3.2

3.4 3.4

3.8 3.8

3.7 3.7

4.0 4.0

4.4 4.4

4.4 4.4

5.0 5.0

Netherlands- Pays· Bas • , • , , , •• , ••• , •••

A B

...86.7

100.8 96.8

101.2 97.3

84.2 83.9

93.5 93.2

83.9 83.6

73.9 73.6

83.4 83.1

81.9 81.6

74.0 73.7

77.1 76.8

Norway- Norvege ...................

A B

16.0 3.8

21.5 12.1

24.0 14.5

19.0 10.7

19.0 11.5

17.0 11.2

16.0 10.2

18.4 12.8

13.5 10.6

13.4 10.5

59.9

61.3

62.3

2.93

2.27

2.40

11, ••••••• , ••••••••

... ... ...

Poland- Pologne .....................

B

Portugal .................. , ... , ... , ••

B

Spain- Espagne ....... , .. , ....... , ..

B

Sweden- Suede .....................

A B

Switzerland -Suisse ••••••••••••••••••

A B

...

United Kingdom 12-Royaume-Uni 12,., ••

A B

Yugoslavia- Yougoslavie ••••••••••••••

B

... ...

Australia 14- Australie 14 ••••• , •••••••• ,

A B

New Zealand 5, 14- Nouvelle-Zelande 5. 14

A

...

... ... ...

...

...

...

. ..

12.5

1.22

2.06

2.14

2.14

2.54

3.04

3.12

3.28

3.40

3.50

97.4 80.1

100.9 98.1

111.0 108.6

108.4 106.3

95.2 93.6

99.2 97.9

93.6 92.6

85.0 84.2

83.0 82.4

28.5

15.2 14.5

19.3 18.9

25.0 24.4

22.3 21.6

23.8 23.3

28.9 28.4

26.2 25.6

27.1 26.5

45.1 20.5

19.3 10.7

25.1 16.6

14.0 5.7

15.9 7.3

12 24.4 1215.5

32.0 23.2

24.0 15.2

34.9 25.4

. ..

13 0.28

0.32

0.18

0.23

0.40

0.51

0.81

1.03

1.25

132 124

180 170

195 186

168 164

176 171

167 162

137 133

170 166

162 159

194 191

212 209

B

104 101

183 181

171 168

172 168

175 172

187 185

197 194

206 204

188 187

195 193

208 206

B

78

185

199

317

336

355

371

382

389

463

555

76.3 48.5 15.0

...

2.43

...

...

93.6 73.2 24.0

...

...

45.6 19.3

...

...

...

OCEANIA- OCEANIE

USSR-URSS ................

Note. Annual figures relating to factory production for the whole period 1928-1952 may be found in the Statistical Yearbook 1953 and previous issues. A: total production of factories (including creameries and dairies) and fu~

Remarque. On trouvera des donnEies annuelles relatives C Ia production

industrielle de beurre pour louie Ia periode 1928-1952 dans I'Annuaire slatislique 1953 et les editions preciidenles. A: production fatale de !cutes Je; fabriques (y compris cremeries et laiteries) et des fermes. B: production industrielle (y compris cella des criimeries et des laiteries). Dans les cas oil les donnees fournies comprennent Ia production de beurre de petit-lait, cette particularite est mentionnee dans une note. 11937-1951: douze mois finissant le 30 iuin de l'anniie indiquee. 2 Production fermiere non existante ou negligeable. 3 A partir de 1953, douze mois finissant le 30 septembre de l'annee indiquee. 4 Douze mois finisscnt le 31 coOt de l'cnnee indiquee. 5 Y compris le beurre de petit- Ia it. 6 Y compris le beurre produit dans les fermes pour Ia vente. 7 Seul le beurre soumis 0 !'inspection. 8 1937-1951: donnees incompletes. 1949: douze mois commem;ant le 1 er avril. 9 Changement de territoire; voir !'Introduction. 10 Avant 1938, Allemagne enliere. 11 A. 1929, 1937: douze mois flnissanl le 31 mai de l'annee suivante. B. Production des laiteries cooperatives seulement. 12 1949-seplembre 1954, y compris le beurre de petit-fait; piiriodes de 52 semaines (53 semaines en 1953). 13 1939. 14 Douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. tEn outre Roumanie (B): 1948, 2.00; 1950, 2.26; 1955, 6.86; 1956, 5.93 milliers de tonnes metriques.

i

B: factory production (including creameries and dairies). Where it has been reported that the production of butter from whey is included, the series is noted accordingly. 11937-1951: twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 2 Farm production nil or negligible. 3 Beginning 1953, twelve months ending 30 September of year stated. 4 Twelve months ending 31 August of year stated. 5 Including whey butter. 6fncluding farm butter produced for sale. 7 Government inspected only. 8 1937-1951: incomplete coverage. 1949: twelve months beginning 1 April. 9 Change in territory; see Introduction. 10 Prier to 1938, all Germany. 11 A. 1 929, 1 937: twelve months ending 31 May of following year. B. Production of co .. operative creameries only. 12 1949-September 1954, including whey butter; periods of 52 weeks (53 weeks in 1953). 13 1939. 14 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. t Also Romania (B) Ithousand m.t.) 1948, 2.00; 1950, 2.26; 1955, 6.86; 1956, 5.93.

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INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES 71.

Cheese -

Fromage

Production A. Total production

B. Factory production -

A. Production totale

B. Production industrielle

Thousand metric tons Country- Pays

Milliers de tonnes metriques Code

1929 1937 1938 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 * 1956 - - - - - -- - - - - -- - -- - -- - -- - - - - - - - - - - -

AFRICA- AFRIQUE Kenyal, ............................

A B

Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Fed.: Southern· Rhodesia2- Rhodesie du Sud2. U. of 5. Africa- Union 5.-Africaine ••••••

A

... ...

... ...

... ...

0.59 0.18

0.77 . 0.21

0.82 0.26

...

0.14

0.36 0.23

0.50 0.36

0.50 0.36

0.59 0.45

0.13 0.09

0.16 0.12

0.25 0.23

0.18 0.16

0.21 0.19

0.22 0.20

0.26 0.24

0.49 0.44

0.66 0.65

1.06 ···J

2.9

4.6

6.4

7.8

9.3

9.6

9.7

11.0

12.5

11.9

12.5

54.2 53.9

59.7 59.3

56.7 56.2

54.9 54.9

46.6 46.6

42.8 42.8

33.4 33.4

37.7 37.7

42.0 42.0

39.4 39.7

0.48

0.44

0.81

1.03

1.09

1.13

1.01

0.99

1.01

1.03

2.64

1.37

0.39

1.26

0.29

0.46

0.63

0.06

B

-

B

3

A

AMERICA, N. -AMERIQUE DU N. ·canada •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

B4

42.2

B

... ...

. ..

...

...

B5

226

296

329

544

540

527

531

610

627

618

632

106

109

109

127

124

-Rip. Dominicaine • •••••

B

El Salvador ••••••• , •••••••••••••••••• United States- Etats-Unis .• , , •••••• , •••

Dominican Rep.

...

AMERICA, S.-AMERIQUE DU SUD Argentina- Argentine •••••••••••••••••

A

15

42

48

99

97

85

Brazil 6- Bresil 6......................

B

10.1

26.0

26.7

21.4

24.1

22.2

26.9

29.6

Chile-Chili .........................

B

1.16

1.42

2.22

2.00

2.67

0.58

0.69

0.64

0.86

0.89

0.98

3.3

3.6

3.4

3.2

3.5

3.3

9.20

8.24

7.78

7.80

8.64

8.80

8.80

80.28

0.25

0.27

0.31

0.52

0.81

1.21

...

6

13

13

18

13

Colombia -Colombie ••••••• , •••• , ••••

B

Paraguay ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

A

Peru-Perou ..........·..............

A

... ... ... ...

... ... ... ...

.- ..

... ... ...

32.0

...

32.0

... 0.78 3.3

...

... ... ... .. .

ASIA-ASIE Japan- Japon .......................

A7

Syria -Syria ........................

A

... ...

A9,10 B

... ...

0.26

0.29

...

...

11

1.92

...

EUROPE t Austria- Autriche ••••••••••••••••••••• Belgium- Belgique ...................

B

...

Bulgaria- Bulgaria ••.••••••••••••••..

B

...

Denmark- Denemark .•••••••••.••••••

A7

26.5

... ... ...

9 28.0

... ...

9.4 7.2

12.4 9.5

12.4 9.0

13.5 10.6

15.4 12.6

16.0 13.4

16.8 14.0

18.2 15.3

5.92

6.83

8.65

8.28

8.33

8.37

8.87

9.47

11.2

13.3

17.4

21.8

22.2

18.3

22.2

27.7

12.2

14.0

32.9

34.9

63.8

61.0

77.4

86.2

86.9

81.0

86.8

84.5

11.0

11 111.9

13.8

16.2

19.6

22.0

22.9

22.2

28.2

Finland- Finlande ••••••••••.•.•••.•••

A7

·france ••.••..•.•.••..•..••••.•.•••..

A

195

277

277

250

279

288

278

296

A 8

... ...

...

...

...

... ...

. ..

...

...

. ..

. ..

A7

...

90

149

136

152

154

161

156

A

...

... ...

.. . ...

... . ..

...

...

...

... ...

29

43

43

41

57

Germany:- Allemagne: East -Orientale ...••.••••••••••••• West- Occidentale ••.•••••••••.••• Saar- Serre •.••••••••••••.•..••

4.6

Greece- Grece .......................

A

... ...

Hungary- Hongrie ••••••..••••••.••••.

B

Iceland -lslande .•.••••.•••••••.••••.

B

B

9.5

. .. . .. . .. ••

0

3.5

8.5

...

12.9

13.2

324

18.7

320 23.9 22.2 158

2.56 2.21

2.89 2.58

63

71

350 28.5 26.4 157 3.15 2.79

...

64.4

55.1

...

3.2

3.3

3.9

2.2

1.6

4.5

4.5

6.6

9.0

8.5

...

0.30

0.29

0.43

0.35

0.39

0.39

0.45

0.57

0.41

0.41

I

For general note and footnotes, see next page. t Also, Czechoslovakia (B) (thousand m.t.) 1954, 23.09; 1955, 25.0; 1956, 27.9.

Voir page suivante pour Ia remarque gi.nerale et les notes. tEn outre Tchecoslovaquie (B): 1954, 23.09; 1955, 25.0; 1956E27.9 milliers de tonnes metriques.

203

MANUFACTURING

71.

Cheese

(continued) -

Fromage

(suite) :

A. Total production

production

B. Factory production -

A. Production totale

B. Production lndustrielle MUliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons Country- Pays

Code

1929

1937

1938

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

*1956

------------ ---- -------- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---EUROPE (continued- suite) t Ireland -lrlande .....................

Bl2

...

Italy -ltalie ................... , •.•••

A

219

245

257

luxembourg .............. , •••••••••••

A7

...

...

...

Netherlands- Pays-Bas •• , ••••.••••••••

A B

135

125 92

126 94

Norway- Norvege ...................

A7

Poland- Pologne •••••••••.•.•••••••••

B

Portugal •••• , ••• , ••.•••••••••••••••••

B

Spain- Espagne •• , • , , , , • , ••••• , •.•.•

B

Sweden-Suede .....................

A7

Switzerland -Suisse ••••• , ••••••••••••

A B

United Kingdom 13- Royaume·Uni 13 .•• , •

A

Yugoslavia- Yougoslavie ••••••••••••.•

B

...

13.9

... .. . ... '

30.0 53.5

...

... ...

1.9

18.2

...

...

. ..

53.4

...

38.4

...

11 1252 0.37 130 108

18.6

... . .. 35.4

3.2

2.0

21.3

...

3.1 278 0.50 129 107 25.5

...

2.4 2B7 0.57 143 120 29.3

...

2.7 2B6 0.60 146 125 31.1

. ..

2.5 292 0.64 159 141 27.5

...

2.1 312 0.61 164 147

2.7 326 0.64 173 156

2.B 334 0.70 167 153

30.1

29.2

32.7

11.1

11.4

10.8

1.74

2.02

1.69

1.24

1.53

1.59

1.69

14.0

11.1

17.4

16.2

15.0

36.5

65.5

51.5

54.4

60.0

54.3

55.3

54.1

50.6

52.6

53.8 49.4

56.3 52.0

51.1 46.9

56.0 52.0

59.4 55.4.

54.9 50.9

60.3 56.2

60.2 56.1

44.1

33.6

56.1

44.6

56.0

13 89.3

82.9

64.1

101.4

1.39

1.57

1.63

1.68

1.83

41.3 .41.2

47.4 47.3

49.8 49.8

45.9 45.9

39.3 39.3

0.38

...

140.81

0.96

0.75

0.98

43.9 43.9

45.5 45.5

45.0 45.0

. ..

...

2.35

. ..

OCEANIA- OCEANIE Australia 15- Australia 15, , , •••• , . , ••••

A B

13.7 13.4

20.3 19.9

25.7 24.6

New Zealand 16-Nouvelle-Zelande 16, ••

A7

90

93

90

30.4

34.6

USSR11-URSS17 ............

..

...

101 48.3

107 56.4

110 69.0

97 75.7

109 87.7

105 97.2

104 119.9

.

98

136.2

Remarque. les donnees se rapportent en general a Ia production de fromage fabrique par coagulation du lail animal, soil par un precede nature!, soil par I' addition de presure au autre substance coagulante, et ensuite par extraction du pelit-lait. La production de fromage transforme n'esl pas comprise, A: production totale industrielle et fermiere. B: production industrielle.

Note. The data generally relate to the production of d1eese made by coagulating animal milk either by a natural process or by the addition of rennet or other curdling agent and then removing the whey. The production of processed cheese is excluded. A: total farm and factory production. B: factory production. Annual figures relating to factory production for the whole period 19281952 may be found in the. Statistical Yearbook 1953 and the preceding

On trouvera des donnees cnnuelles relatives 0 Ia production industrielle de

fromage pour louie Ia periode 1928-1952 dans I'Annuaire statislique 1953 et Jes editions precedentes. 11949-1951: douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 2 A partir de 1953, douze mois flnissant le 30 septembre de l'annee

issues.

11949-1951: twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 2 Beginning 1953, twelve months ending 30 September of year slated. Slncluding processed cheese; twelve months ending 31 August of year stated. ' 4 1929-1938: Cheddar cheese only. Beginning 1949, Cheddar and other factory cheese. 5 Farm production small and consists mainly of cottage cheese. 6 Government inspected only. 7 Farm production nil or negligible. 8 Twelve months beginning 1 April. 91ncluding farm production of cottage cheese. 1938: average of 19341938, including total cottage cheese production. 10 Beginning 1954, including farm production of curd. 11 Change in territory; see Introduction. 12 Production of co-operative creameries only. 13 Beginning 1949, periods of 52 weeks (53 weeks in 1953). 14 1939. 15 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 16 1929: twelve months beginning 1 April. Beginning 1937, twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 17 Including soft cheese.

indiquee.

S Y compris le fromage transforme; douze mois flnissant le 31 coOt de l'annee indiquee.

41929-1938: fromage de Cheddar seulement. A partir de 1949, fromage de Cheddar el autres fromages de production industrielle. 5La production fermiere est foible el consiste principalemenl en fromage maigre. 6 Seul le from age soumis a l'inspection. 7 Production fermiere nulle au negligee ble. 8 Douze mois cornmen~ant le 1 er avril.

9 Y compris le from age maigre de production fermi ere. 1938: moyenne de 1934-1938, y compris production totale de fromage maigre. 10 A partir de 1954, y compris Ia production fermi ere de Iail caille. 11 Changement de territoire: voir I' introduction. 12 Production des laiteries cooperatives seulernent.

13 A partir de 1949, periodes de 52 semaines (53 semaines en 1953). 141939. 15 Douze mois flnisscnt le 30 juin de l'ann9e indiqu9e.

16 1929: douze mois commen,ant le 1 er avril. A partir de 1937, douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 17y compris le fromage mou.

t Also Romania (B) (thousand m.t.): 1948, 3.86; 1950, 9.98; 1952, 22.20; 1956, 23.64.

tEn outre Roumanie (B): 1948, 3.86; 1950, 9.98; 1952, 22.20; 1956, 23.64 milliers de !annes metriques.

204

INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES

72.

Canned fish -

Poisson en conserve

Production Thousand metric tons Species and Country SALMON: TOTAL Canada: 9 Provinces. , , , , • Japan,, •••••• , •••• ,., •• United States 1,. , , , •• , •• HERRING: TOTAL Argentina •• ,., ••••• , •••• Belgium ••••••• , ••• ,., •• Canada: 9 Provinces ••• , •• Newfoundland ••••••••• Chile., ••••••••••••••••• Denmark 2, •••••• , •••••• Finland ••••••••••••••••• France 3, •••••••••• , •••• Germany, West •••••••••• Italy •••••••••••.••••••• Japan ••.••••••••••••••• Mexico .......••........ N\orocco 5, 6 ••••••••••••• Netherlands ••••••••••••• Norway •••••••••••••••• Portugal •••••••••••••••• South West Africa s ••••••• Spain ••••••••••• , •••••• Sweden ••••••••••••••••

Milliers de tonnes metriques

1938

1948

...

37.1 62.0 158.2

28.4 0.0 J.04.5

31.4 0.9 120.4

266.0

314.0

...

... -

0.6 5.3 0.0 0.9 0.0

...

428.2 6.0 39.5 0.0 12.8

33.8 7

32.9

... ...

10.0

28.4 2.5 96.7

39.7 5.3 84.6

37.8 15.9 90.3

30.7 48.5 71.3

24.3 56.0 74.5

364.0

339.0

374.0

383.0

361.0

418.0

2.5 0.6 7.4

3.3 0.7 7.1

4.8 0.5 8.5

6.0 0.7 5.5

6.1 ...9.5

1.7 0.6 40.3 34.3 3.6

1.7 17.3 26.9 4.1 35.5

4.4 18.7 38.7 6.4 33.3

11.2 17.4 56.1 5.0 28.1

19.1 18.7 38.7 6.5 32.7

18.9 9.3 35.7 11.8 28.0

29.4 7.1 42.5 14.4 27.5

15.1

31.7

24.7 2.4 8.2 15.7 4.1

24.5 9.6 9.1 15.8 4.2

-

1.0

-

1.0

1.7

- 1.5

2.3 0.6 36.5 41.4 3.7

2.3 0.6 22.9 41.1 3.6

-

18.0

...

32.6 10.1 26.0

28.1 10.1 30.9

18.6 11.0 52.9 7.8

7.0 11.7 66.7 4.8

7.6 12.1 50.6 17.3

...

...

266.0

256.0

321.0

...

... 6.4 . ..

...4.1

1.3 3.4

0.5 0.7 1.7

3.1 31.0 0.6 49.8

2.1 29.4 0.6 92.4

229.0 1.4 5.4

1.2 1.2

...0.8

2.6 14.8 1.3 10.7 0.3

2.5 19.8 1.1 39.9 0.4

2.2 28.0 1.5 23.0 0.1

2.2 29.0 0.6 36.8 0.8

2.1 29.0 0.8 45.7 0.3

1.4 0.8 1.1 6.7 3.2

1.5 0.8 0.9 9.4 2.2

1.2 1.2 1.5 10.2 2.7

1.7 2.2 1.2 13.7 3.3

1.9 2.7 1.2 12.7 4.2

1.3 2.9 1.1 16.8 2.9

1.5 3.4 2.1 18.4 5.1

16.0 0.3 0.6 108.4

13.4 0.5 1.0 91.8

13.6 0.5 0.3 111.0

15.5 0.6 0.6 97.0

19.3

15.3

... 0.5 ...0.9

0.8 0.3 0.9 5.1 1.8

...

0.1 3.0 87.8

...

12.7 20.5 47.0 7.5

1.0 8.6 1.4 1.3 2.3

Morocco 5• 6••••••••••••• Netherlands ••• , , , ••••• , • Norway ................. Peru 10, •••••••• , ••••• , • Portugal, •••••••••••••••

...

9.5 17.6 73.9 4.5

235.0

4.0 12.9 0.0

32.6 8.6

10.0 16.2 140.6 7.0

...

1.2 5.3 1.5 1.3 2.4

0.9 14.0 0.7 3.0 0.2

30.7

. ..

7.5 17.0 107.9 7.7

...

192.0

...

2.7 0.5 48.4 46.3 4.1

8.2 15.0 2.8

0.7 3.7 1.6 0.8 2.1

...

0.9

16.0 3.4

...

. ..

31.4 21.0 10.0 16.2

-

23.0 1.8 8.5 16.5 3.4

...

46.5 15.4 8.8 16.6

22.9

...

1.6 6.3 1.5 0.5 2.0

1.2 5.1

Denmark 2, ••• , ••••••••• France 3, ••••••••••••••• Italy ••••••••••••••••••• Japan, ••• , ••••••••••••• Mexico •• ,, •••• , ........

0.2 0.0 44.9

42.6 5.0 100.9

3.9 0.6 35.9 29.4 4.0

144.0

...

140.0

3.1 0.4 . 33.1 28.2 3.1

105.0

...

144.0

4.9 0.4 26.6 19.9 2.8

...

* 1956

130.0

3.1 0.4 26.7 16.2 3.3

20.1

1955

128.0

1.4 0.5 '21.0 i7.9 3.0

...

1954

149.0

2.8 0.7 13.1 0.1 1.0

5.3 12.7 93.8 9.3

0.5

1953

2.9 0.7 9.2 0.0 1.6

0.0 97.5 53.7 0.0

0.0 0.0

...

1952

0.2 1.0 8.3 0.2 2.0

Union of S. Africa •••••••• United Kingdom ••• ,, •• , •• United States 1, •••••••••• Venezuela ••••••••••••••

... ...

32.6 2.0 93.8

1951

1.6 1.0 20.2 0.3 0.6

-

Spain •••••••• ,, •••••••• Tunisia ....•.•.•.....••• Union of S. Africa •••• , ••• United States 1, 11, . , •••• ,

...

133.0

15.7 2.2

Angola 6, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Argentina ••••••••••••••. Australia ................ Canada: 9 Provinces •••••• Chile ...................

1950

258.0

Tunisia •••..•••••.•••••••

TUNA: TOTAL

1949

...

0.1 1.9 84.5

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Note. The data refer, as far as possible, to edible fish products packed and heat-processed in hermetically sealed containers. Prior to packing, the products (canned, tinned) may have been smoked, dried, seasoned or otherwise prepared. Totals cover 85-95% of world (ex. USSR) production,·

1.6

...

6.3 1.2 2.2

2.2 28.5 0.8 64.9

...

...

...2.5

...2.5

104.8

100.4

32.8 15.6

... ...

2.5 13.5

...

14.8

...

1.8 2.0

... ... ...

21.6

. ..

3.8 126.9

Espece et pays SAUMON: TOTAL Canada: 9 prc-vinces Japon Etats-Unis 1 HARENG: TOTAL Argentine Belgique Canada: 9 provinces Terre-Neuve Chili Denemark 2 Finlande France 3

Allemagne Occid. Ita lie Japon Me xi que Maroc 5, 6 Pays-Bas Norvege Portugal Sud-Ouest Africain 8 Espagne Suede Tunisie

Union Sud-Africaine Royaume-Uni Etats-Unis 1 Venezuela THON: TOTAL Angola 6 Argentine Australia Canada: 9 provinces. Chili Dane mark 2 France 3 Ita lie Japon Mexique Maroc 5, 6 Pays-Bas Norvege Perou 10 Portugal Espagne Tunisie

Union Sud-Africaine Etats-Unis 1, 11

Source: Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimenlation el l'agriculture. Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent, aulant que possible, aux produils comestibles a base de poisson places dans des recipients hermeliquement fermes et traites a Ia chaleur. Avant Ia mise en recipients, ces produits (en conserve) peuvent avoir ete fumes, sales, seches, assaisonnes, marines····ou autre men! prepares. Les totaux comprennent 8 5-9 5 pour cent de Ia production mondiale, non compris I'URSS Saumon: les cinq variates de saumon du Pacifique. Hareng: comprend les especes voisines, sardines, pilchards, etc. Thon: comprend les scombres et especes voisines. 1 Y compris !'Alaska. 2 Non compris les iles Faroe ni le Greenland. 3 Y compris I'Algerie. 4 Allemagne entiere. 5 Ancienne zone fran~aise seulement. 6 Exportations. 7 Anchois exclus. 8 Douze mois finissanl le 30 octobre. 9 Moyenne 1936-1938. 10 Y compris conserves d'autres especes de poisson. 11 Y compris les chinchards (Trachurus symmetricus).

Salmon: the five varieties of Pacific salmon. Herring: includes similar species such as sardines, pilchards, etc.

Tuna: includes true mackerels and allied species. 1Jncluding Alaska. 2 Excluding Faeroe Islands and Greenland. 3Jncluding Algeria. 4 All Germany. 5 Former French Zone only. 6 Exports. 7 Excluding anchovies. BTwelve months ending 30 October of year slated. 9 1936-1938 average. 10 Including other species of canned fish. 11Jncluding Jack mackerel.

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MANUFACTURING

73.

Salted fish -

Poisson sale

Production Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric Ions Species and Country HERRING: TOTAL

1938

1948

756.0

639.0

Argentina ••••••••••••••• Belgium ••••.•••••••••••. Canada: 9 Provinces •••••. Newfoundland •••.••••• China: Taiwan •••••••••••

-

Denmark •••••.•••••••••• Faeroe Islands .•••••••. Finland ••••••••••••••••• France I ••.•••••••.••••• Germany, West ••••.•••.•

... . .. ...

2 69.3

4.0 31.0 J28.0

Greece .................

...

...

3.1 11.4 3.4 3.2 1.3

Iceland ••••••••••••••••• Ireland ••••.••••.•••.••• Italy •••.••.••••••••••••• Japan ••••••.•••.•••••••

34.8 0.2 14.0 112.9

Moroccos. 4••••••••..••• Netherlands ••••••••••••• Norway •.••••••••••.••• Philippines •••••••••••.•• Portugal s •••••••••.•••.•

1.3 46.0 35.2

Spain .••••••••••••••••. Sweden •••••••••••••••• United Kingdom •••••••••• USSR ••••...•••••••••••• COD: TOTAL Canada: 9 Provinces 4••••• Newfoundland 4•••••••• Denmark 4 •••••••••••••• Faeroe Islands ••••••.•• France 7 •••••••••••••••• Greenland 4 ••••••••••••• Iceland 4•••••••••••••••• Norway ••••••••••••••••• PortugaiS ••.•.•••••.•••. St. Pierre and Miquelon •••• Spain •••••••••••••••••• United Kingdom •••••.•••• United States •••••••••••.

. ..

5.7

1949

1950

...

...

1.1 7.1 10.7 5.8 4.8

0.9 12.1 9.4 16.6 5.3 2.3

1.2

...

...

4.0 24.0 40.1

751.0

776.0

844.0

843.0

865.0

0.5 4.6 10.0 4.7 2.9

0.9 2.1 11.2 5.5 4.1

0.7 4.1 13.2 4.2 5.1

0.6 5.1 8.2 3.2 3.5

0.7 3.0 11.6 3.4 9.1

0.5 4.0 7.2 2.6 7.3

1.0

1.2 1.1 6.4 25.6 55.7

1.5 3.2 4.0 21.3 49.6

1.1 12.9 4.8 26.7 55.3

1.4 20.0 4.9 31.6 53.8

1.2 9.6 5.0 24.7 54.7

1.1 15.5 4.2 34.3 45.2

. ..

4.8 23.7 44.2

. ..

912.0 0.9

...

3.8 2.2

...

5.2 23.1 0.6 11.1 140.8

4.8 13.9 0.5 10.2 144.7

2.0 27.1 0.6 10.0 135.4

4.0 37.4 0.9 11.2 134.8

6.1 58.0 98.9 1.6 3.1

1.0 44.0 105.7 1.3 2.9

0.8 54.0 51.5 4.8 3.7

0.6 56.4 65.3 42.5 4.1

1.4 64.0 66.4 51.2 4.8

0.8 74.2 82.8 28.6 4.6

1.0 66.9 82.1 17.7 2.1

0.9 60.9 85.8 18.0 3.5

1.3 55.7 86.0 18.0

10.8 16.2 25.9 181.9

10.7 15.9 26.0 190.0

9.7 20.4 29.6 228.5

6.5 15.7 30.5 245.0

10.5 10.9 32.4 246.5

...

284.0

307.0

284.0

33.1

25.2 40.1 0.9 24.4 30.8

29.2 36.0 0.7 20.2 40.7

4.6 33.1 44.6 36.9 1.0

4.0 21.0 57.7 35.8 1.0

3.0 41.6 58.8 37.1 0.3

24.8 8.8 1.0

20.9 10.4

21.0 8.8 1.2

271.0

237.0

. .. ...

20.5 54.8 0.3

31.2 43.6 0.7

8.0 7.5

* 1956

4.8 12.0 0.4 9.6 130.6

...

. ..

1955

3.0 15.4 0.2 10.9 158.5

. ..

2.0 33.7 43.2 9.6 0.6

1954

18.7 1.0 6.3 131.5

. ..

44.5

1953

i2.9 0.5 6.2 146.2

624.2 57.0 115.4

...

1952

11.5 1.9 3.4 96.2

63.2 140.8

...

1951

17.4 40.9

32.8 47.9 0.8

...

...

31.2

27.9 3.0 9.0 36.9 24.5 0.7

3.0 14.2 34.0 32.1 0.6

...

5.2 0.7

...

I

6.7 1.0

29.9 39.9 0.4

...

...

Espike et pays HARENG: TOTAL Argentine Belgique Canada: 9 provinces Terre-Neuve Chine: Taiwan Denemark lies Ferae Finlande France 1

Allemagne Occidentale Gri>ce lslande lrlande Ita lie Japan

...

Maroc 3. 4 Pays-Bas Norvege Philippines PortugaiS

10.8 13.9 16.8 279.2

10.3 6.1 13.2 323.1

Espagne Suede Royaume-Uni URSS

288.0

303.0

317.0

18.9 32.5 0.3 17.9 38.0

29.0 38.7 0.3 15.4 39.3

17.9 30.2 0.3 21.5 44.9

20.8 30.4 0.2 21.8 44.7

Canada: 9 provinces 4 Terre-Neuve 4 Denemark 4 lies Ferae

3.0 31.7 37.3 45.1

2.5 25.7 37.1 44.4

2.5 32.3 43.7 848.0

2.5 30.1 52.6

Greenland 4 lslande 4

. ..

27.6 8.8 0.9

...

30.2

. .. . ..

.. .

34.3

. ..

. ..

......

30.4

. .. . ..

MORUE: TOTAL

France 7

Norvege

PortugaiS St-Pierre-et-Miquelon Espagne Royaume-Unl Etats-Unis

Source: Donnees fournies par I'Orgcnisction des Nations Unies pour l'cll-

Source: Data furnished by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Note. For more detailed statistics, see FAO's Yearbook of Fishery Statistics. Herring: Including similar species such as pilchards, shad, anchovies, etc. end also dried unsalted products derived therefrom. Cod: Including similar species. Unless otherwise stated, the date refer to the production in terms of dried salted weight. I Including Algerie. 2 All Germany. 3 Former French Zone only. 4 Exports. SJncluding the Azores end Madeira. 6 Based on export date. 7Jncluding Algerie. Including output landed directly in St. Pierre and Miquelon, Italy and Portugal • .8 Date refer to continental Portugal only.

rnentation et !'agriculture.

Remarque. Pour des statistiques plus detaillees, voir I'Annuaire slatistique des peches de Ia FAO. Hareng: Comprend les especes voisines, pilchards, closes, anchois, etc. ainsi que les produits s6ch6s non sales qui en sent fabriques. Morue: Comprend les especes voisines. Sauf avis contra ire, les donnees se rapportent a Ia production exprimee en poids sec de poisson sale. I Y compris !'Algerie. 2 Allemagne entiere. 3 Ancienne zone fran!iaise seulement.

4 Exportations. S Y compris les A~ores et Madere. 6 Base sur les donnees des exportations. 7 Y compris !'Algerie. Y compris les quantites debarquees directement St-Pierre-et-Miquelon, ltclie et Portugal. 8 Portugal metropalitain seulement.

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INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES 74.

Wheat flour- Farine de froment Production

Thousand metric tons Country

Milliers de tonnes metriques 1929

1937

1938

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

* 1956

1955

Pays

AFRICA

AFRIQUE

Ethiopia 1••••••.•••••

% Kenya ••••••••••••••• %

Morocco 2••••••••••••

Mozambique •••.•••••• Tunisia •.•.....•.•.•.• Union of S. Africa 3 ••••

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

269

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

324

. .. ... ... ... ... ... ...

13.0 ...64.9

14.7

15.3

14.8

68

15.1

15.8

68

68

19.8

68

68

68

84.4

79.3

91.3

86.6

75

90.5

73.8

75

75

75

223

74 228

266

254

... 106

... 131

533

574

...

...

197

318

. ..

9.4

620

13.3

13.9

...

. ..

623

611

... 15.9 ... 642

... ... ...

663

AMERICA. NORTH Canada ••••••••••••••

%

Dominican Republic •••• Guatemala ••••••••••• Honduras 4•••••••••••

1 756

... ... ... -

...

71.2

1 263

...

0.6 5.1 3.3 222 8 915

70.9

1 187

...

1 869

0.4 5.0 3.4 248 9 121

71.1

2 042

73.4

71.6

0.1 12.0 4.9

0.1 11.5 4.8

341 10201

71.6

341 10400

2 142

71.9 0.1 14.0 2.2

328 10 349

71.4

71.4

1 977

73.6

1 852

-

0.2 15.2 5.2 368 10078

71.8

1 802

72.4 14.5 4.9

391 10043

71.8

1 814

72.4

72.4

-

% Colombia ••••••••••••. Ecuador ••••.••••••••• Paraguay .•.•••••••.•

%

Maroc 2 Mozambique Tunisia Union Sud-Africaine 3

%

Rep. Dominicaine

...

Guatemala Honduras 4

412 10 422

Mexique Etats-Unis 5

20.4

14.9 6.2

387 10 235

Canada

-

71.9

72.6

AMERICA. SOUTH Argentina 6 ••••••••••• Bolivia •••••••.••••••• Brazil 7.•••••••.•••.• Chile .•••••••••••.•••

%

Kenya

AMERIQUE DU NORD

Mexico •••••••••••••• United States 5 •••••••• 10 251

%

Ethiopia 1

% AMERIQUE DU SUD

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

1 424 24.8

.. . 389 ... ... ... ...

1 578 24.3 8775 411

. .. ... 8.0 ...

1 971 39.5 1 032 530

77 52.4 13.0 37.0

2 020 43.0 1 120 593

1 881 45.5 1 017 580

2 032 58.7 1 475 585

77

77

78

62.2 10.4 945.0

54.4 12.8 944.0

55.6 30.8 9 33.5

2 006 53.1 1 137 621

2 081 52.5 1 939 660

76

77

64.0 28.3 47.1

73.6 62.9 37.9

2 193

... ...

648

77

. .. 46.5 ...

Argentine Bolivie Bresil 7 Chili

6

% Colombie .Equateur Paraguay

ASIA

ASIE

China: Taiwan 10 ..••••• India 11 •••••••••••••• Israel .•••••.•.•••.••• Japan .•••••..•.••.••

%

Korea, South ..•.•.••••

... ... ... 13 690 ...

15 11.9

... .. . 797 .1538.5 ..

12480

... ... 1 028 ... 15 37.2

12475

11 485 158 1 688

I

I -

85

18 493 157 1 426

16 521 197 1 481 14175

78

-

-

69 492 239 1 789

75

135 450 252 2 039

0.4

132 497 234 2 129

75

75

42.3

42.2

157 546 241 2 030

75 131.2

Chine: Taiwan 10 lnde 11 Israel Japon

%

Coree du Sud

EUROPE

EUROPE

Austria •..•.•••••••••

%

Belgium ••••••.••••••. Bulgaria •...•.•...•.. Czechoslovakia ••••.••• Denmark ••••••••••••• Finland ••••••.•.•.•••

% Germany: prewar .....

%

East 18 ...••••..•... West ••.•.•••...••.

% %

Saar .•.•..•...•. Greece .••••••..•.•••

%

Hungary 19 ••.••.••••. Ireland .•.•••••••...•

%

... ... ... ...

...

108

. ..

... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ...

... ...

16592 162 73.3

75 173 634

77

...... 807

. ..

16506 157 81.3

75 173 296

79

... ... ... ... . ..

... . .. ... ... ...

740

882

80

90

.. .

204

72.3

...

340

71.4

464

440

78-80

429

382

78-80

389

417

75

75

75

756

75

767 1 295 876

786 1 366 900

755 1 507 922

...

771 1 429 970

764 1 399 966

797 1411 993

...

828 214 171.3

195 187.4

75

75

... ...

75

... ...

2452

2517

79

81

197 191.7

... ...

2 866

80

191 196.6

196 209.4

75

... ...

2787

79

75

...

187 224.3

75

...

435

. ..

245.8

75

...

635 2 859

679 3 123

653 3 228

79

79

79

... ...

... . ..

. .. ...

. .. . ..

21.7

25.4

3.9

73

73

76

1 098

760

1 000

90

78

1 000

1 120

78

1 165

78

85

1 175

331

1 341 352

1 450 350

1 472 348

85

85

1 465 360

1 377 345

85

75

1 430 337

.. ....

75

75

...

71.4

...

...

1 369 303

...

Autriche

%

Belgique Bulgarie Tchecoslovaquie Denemark Finlande

% Allemagne: av.-guerre

%

Orient.18 Occid.

% Serre % Grike

%

'Hongrie 19 lrlande

%

Remarque. les donnees se rapportent a ulan! que possible a Ia farine blutee de fromenl pur. Pour des donnees annuelles de louie Ia periode 1928-1954, voir I'Annuaire statistique 1955 et les editions precedentes. Le pourcentage d'extraction indique pour certains pays represente le

Note. The flgures refer as far as possible to sifted (bolted) flour made from wheal only. For annual figures covering the whole period 1928-1954, see Statistical Yearbook 1955 and preceding issues. The percentage rate of extraction given for some of the countries is the

relationship between the flour produced and the wheat milled. Footnotes begin on following page.

rapport de Ia farine obtenue au froment soumis C Ia mouture.

Les notes se trouvent

207

a Ia

page suivante.

MANUFACTURING

74.

Wheat flour

Farine de froment

(continued) -

production

(suite)

Thousand metric tons Country

Milliers de tonnes metriques 1929

1937

1938

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

601 95

588 100 247

1667

714 158 356 3 800

743 157 371 3 900

743 166 365

75

80

80

.. ....

374

84

... . ..

712 170 364

687

144 382 2 840

664 145 358 3 300

372 4 262

411 4 381

367 4 217

338 224 055

354 3 883

347 3 829

340 3 973

Pays

EUROPE (cont.) Netherlands 20 •••• , , •• Norway .............. Portugal 21 ••••••••••• Spain ................ % Sweden •••••••••••••• United Kingdom 22 ••••• % Yugoslavia 23 ••••••••• %

EUROPE (suite)

...55 ... 3 083 77.5

... ... ...

... ...

... ... ...

355 ... ...

372 3 890

370 3 897

70

70

1 410

1 151

1 809

1 359

76

76

76

90

1 063

1 115

1 135

1 369

70-72

7G-72

70-72

69

72

72

74

74

73

73

124

131

124

157

153

165

170

175

171

72

177

72

72

78

78

78

78

78

82.5

80.0

79.9

79.0

75.2

73.3

72.5

1 405

...

1 397

...

1 428

90

...

1 292

90

1 539

1 561

1 566

1 460

1 409

1 392

1948

1 098

...

Pays-Bas 20 Norvege Portugal 21 Espagne % Suede Royaume-Uni 22 % Yougoslavie 23 %

OCEANIA Australia 24, •••••••••• % New Zealand 25 ••••••• %

OCEANIE

78

...

Australia 24 % Nouvelle·Zelande 25 %

Voir remarque generale a Ia page precedente. 1 Douze mois flnissant le 1 0 septembre de l'annee indiquee.

See general note on preceding page. 1 Twelve months ending 1 0 September of year stated. 2 Former French Zone only. Crop year ending in year stated; including wheat meal. 3Twelve months ending in year stated; including wheat meal. 4Twelve months beginning 15 March of year stated. 5 Based on monthly reports from industries accounting for 90-98% of total production. Custom mills are excluded. 61ncluding wheat meal. 7 Average extraction rate for recent years 75%. BJ939. 9 Average extraction rate 7 4%. 10 Average extraction rate 70-75%. 11 Based on returns from industries accounting for about 60% of total production. 12Twelve months beginning 1 April of year stated; average extraction rate 70%1 including area now Pakistan. 13 1930. 14 Beginning 1952, rates apply Ia domestic wheat only. 15AIJ Korea. 16 Agricultural year beginning in year stated. 17 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 18 Average extraction rate 81.4%. 19 Wheat and rye flour. 20 Beginning 1950, including quantities produced from mixed grains. 21 Including quantities produced from mixed grains. 22 1937-1938: twelve months ending 31 July of year stated; thereafter periods of 52 weeks (53 weeks in 1953). 23 Beginning 1951, industrial production only; estimate of total production 19 51: 1 804 thousand metric tons. 24 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 25 Twelve months beg inning 1 April of year stated.

2 Ancienne zone franc;aise seulement. Campagne cgricoie finissant au cours de l'annee indiquee; y compris Ia farine grossiere de froment. 3 Douze mois finissant au cours de l'annee indiqur§e; y compris Ia farine

grossiere de froment. 4 Douze mois commensant le 15 mars de l'annee indiquee.

5 Base sur les rapports mens~els fournis par les minoteries et totalisanl de 90 a 98% de Ia production. Non compris Ia production des moulins lravaillanl sur command e. 6 Y compris Ia farine grossiere de fromenl. 7Taux moyen d'extraction pour les annees recentes: 75%. 8 1939. 9Taux moyen d'exlraction: 7 4%. 10Taux moyen d'extraction: 70-75%. 11 Base sur les rapports fournis par les minoleries el lotalisanl environ 60% de Ia production. 12 Douze mois commensant le 1 er avril de l'annee indiquee; faux moyen d'extraclion: 70%; y compris territoire acluellemenl Pakistan. 18 1930. 14 A partir de 1952, pourcenlages d'extraction pour le ble indigene seule· ment. 15 Coree entiere.

16 Campagne agricole commensanl au cours de l'annee-indiquee. 17 Douze mois flnissanl le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 18 Taux moyen d'exlraction: 81.4%. 19 Farine de fromenl el de seigle. 2o A partir de 1950, y compris Ia farine provenant de grains melanges. 21 Y compris Ia farine provenant de grains melanges. 22 1937-1938: douze mois flnissant le 31 juillet de l'annee indiquee; ensuile, periodes de 52 semaines (53 semaines en 1953). 23 A partir de 1951, production industrielle seulemenl; estimation de Ia production tolale, 1951: 1 804 milliers de !annes metriques. 24 Douze mois flnissanl le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 25 Douze mois commenCiant le 1 er avril de l'annee indiquee.

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INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES 75.

Sugar- Sucre Production

Thousand metric tons

Year Annee

1937/38 1938/39 1939/40 1940/41

Milliers de tonnes metriques

WORLD- MONDE Excluding Including USSR USSR Sans Y compris I'URSS I'URSS

27 27 28 27

720 520 240 570

... ... ...

AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD

AFRICA- AFRIQUE

Angola

...

Belgian Congo Beige

Egypt Egypte

Mauritius lie Maurice

Mozambique

Reunion

Union of S, Africa Union SudAfricaine

Autres pays 1

Barbados Barba de

Canada

25 24 26 25

090 780 260 230

37.6 42.3 42.9

15.4 17.0 16.2 15.4

160.2 162.1 159.8 175.3

316.1 298.4 250.7 325.9

70.8 64.5 70.2 74.3

78 85.7 73.6 110.7

481.2 511.6 547.2 522.5

69.4 77.0 73.3 83.5

113.3 159.0 98.9 102.0

60.7 72.1 85.8 107.7

180 700 200 200 330

48.1 44.5 52.8 52.7 51.0

15.0 18.1 13.9 14.7 16.8

159.0 189.9 167.0 172 180

330.9 310.7 199.6 159.0 189.9

59.6 79.6 84.3 82.2 7i.9

91.3 32.5 24.8 13.1 24.1

412.7 504.9 580.9 595.3 445.5

91.1 91.1 73.8 68.5 72.9

111.2 135.4 106.2 121.3 135.9

108.8 95.3 65.1 83.3 82.6

68.0 89.0

75.3 98.8 98.6 89.1 88.1

113.0 79.5 155.2 160.7 190.7

99.1 84.0 97.6 113.4 146.6

91.0 96.0 84.1 113.1 130 170

170.6 163.3 181.9 173.7 149.0 207.8

122.2 153.3 123.1 114.0 134.8 123.3

1941/42 1942/43 1943/44 1944/45 1945/46

18 840

25 23 23 20 18

1946/47 1947/48 1948/49 1949/50 1950/51

23 25 28 29 33

320 290 180 850 780

22 24 26 27 31

810 220 370 630 040

44.2 41.3 37.8 47.6 47.9

13.7 18.0 16.8 15.0 14.0

190.8 222.5 190.8 174.7 195.1

296.1 363.2 409.8 416.0 456.3

71.9 80.7 74.5 87.4 91.9

107.6 105.7

440.7 533.3 570.0 584.8 607.3

1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 1956/57*

36 35 38 37 38 40

030 410 010 280 490 BOO

32 790 32 080 34 270 34 440 34 780 36 070

50.7 47.4 50 48.8 41.9 52.9

15.7 17.2 17.2 17.3 16.6 18

188.5 228.9 270.9 318.5 312.0 310

490.3 489.4 518.1 480.9 576.4 572.5

86.1 94.5 90.0 124.1 139.4 164

129.7 157.8 168 174 178 202

536.9 648.9 661.8 803.2 862.7 808.4

...

Other cOuntries 1

77.7

AMERICA, NORTHt (continued)- AMERIQUE DU NORDt (suite)

I

Dominican

Republic Republique

Year Ann lie

Cuba

Haiti

Jamaique

Mexico Mexique

Jamaica

Dominicaine -----------

United States- Etats-Unis

Puerto Rico Porto-Rico

Trinidad Trinite

Beet Bette rave

I

Cane Co nne

Other

I

countries 2

-~~spay.!..~

1937/38 1938/39 1939/40 1940/41

3 2 2 2

039.7 778.5 837.6 471.9

428.5 431.7 454.8 400.0

40.3 40.9 40.4 31.5

120.2 119.8 100.9 157.1

335.0 374.7 328.4 372.9

977.2 772.9 924.2 845.5

136.1 137.2 93.7 132.2

1 245 1 627 1 596 1 705

419 529 457 301

197.1 235.4 206.6 241.7

1941/42 1942/43 1943/44 1944/45 1945/46

3 2 4 3 4

450.6 925.7 300.9 560.0 060.5

482.3 430.2 512.1 370.1 458.9

34.7 43.4 57.9 45.6 39.7

156.8 168.3 154.3 154.7 180.7

469.1 457.0 428.8 410.6 431.3

1 041.1 942.8 656.4 874.3 825

106.9 72.1 75.5 79.9 111.4

1 447 1 572 908 950 1 159

380 417 452 397 431

225.9 "178.9 135.0 137.8 183.0

1946/47 1947/48 1948/49 1949/50 1950/51

5 848.3 6 056.9 5 228.2 5 557.5 5 759.1

465.4 421.6 476.5 475.3 531.7

44.7 41.3 42.9 49.6 58.2

172.9 196.0 240.5 277.1 272.2

559.3 680.9 715.7 677.7 739.8

986.9 1 005.4 1 158.9 1 167.0 1 123.4

111.9 117.8 161.7 148.9 142.9

1 1 1 1 1

381 644 190 515 765

386 340 431 471 492

180.4 169.8 191.7 252.9 258.5

1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 1956/57*

7 5 4 4 4 5

588.2 630.5 661.6 612.1 615.0 750.4

58.2 54.6 45.6 56.1 58.7 56.4

270.1 335.5 366.3 405.5 363.4 369.4

767.9 774 878 901 745 942

1 1 1 1 1

139.4 155.1 176.9 195.9 162.8 170.5

1 383 1 401 1 768 1 703 1 536 1 815

379 543 572 554 519 507

301.5 332.7 336.7 359.4 409.2 376.8

224.5 159.2 890.4 527.6 732.0 672.6

245.0 071.0 093.0 056.8 044.6 898.5

I Source: Data furnished by the International Sugar Council (London). Note. This table covers both beet and cane sugar, and the flgures are expressed, as far as possible, in terms of raw sugar. The data in this table are shown against a crop year overlapping two calendar years (generally September to August). For many non-European countries the figures represent sugar production during the period January to May or June and, therefore, fit equally well into either the crop year (September to August) or the calendar year (second of the two split years). Since the war, sugar production in practically all European countries takes place between September and December and, therefore, also fits equally well into either the crop year (September- August) or the calendar year (first of the two split years shown); previously it extended into January or February of the following year. 1 Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda and Madagascar. 2 El Salvador, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Leeward and Windward Islands, Martinique, Virgin Islands [U. S.]. t Also Honduras, 1953: 7.8; 1954: 6.4; 1955: 7.5; 1956: 10.0 thousand metric tons of refined sugar.

I

Source: Donnees fournies par le Conseil international des sucres (Londres). Remarque. Ce tableau se rapporle au sucre de betlerave et .de canne, et les chiffres son!, autant que possible, exJ?rimes en sucre brut. Les donnees de ce tableau se rapportent a Ia campagne agricole s'etendant sur deux annees civiles, generalement de septembre de Ia premiere annee 0 coOt de Ia deuxieme. Pour plusieurs pays non europeans, les donnees

se rapportent a Ia production de sucre de Ia periode de janvier a mai ou juin, et englobent done egolement bien les douze mois de Ia campagne agricole, ou de l'annee civile indiquee par Ia seconde des deux annees considerees. Depuis Ia derniere guerre, Ia recolte de sucre dans presque tousles pays d'Europe se fait entre septembre et decembre, et dans ce cas aussi, Ia periode de production s'identifie egalement bien a Ia campagne agricole (septembre- coOt), ou a l'annee civile indiquee par Ia premiere des deux annees considerees; auparavant, Ia recolte se continuait iusqu'en ianvier ou f6:vrier de l'annee suivante. 1 Kenya, Ougana, Tanganyika et Madagascar. 2 Guadeloupe, Guatemala, iles du Vent et sous le Vent, iles Vierges [E.-U.], Martinique, Salvador. tEn outre: Honduras, 1953: 7.8; 1954: 6.4; 1955: 7.5; 1956: 10.0 milliers de !annes metriques de sucre roffine.

209

MANUFACTURING

75.

Sugar

(continued)-

Sucre

production

(suite)

Milliers de tonnes metriques ASIA ASIE

Thousand metric tons AMERICA, SOUTH- AMERIQUE DU SUD

I

g~~~~:

I

China-Chine

I

I

Year Argentina 1 Brazil Colombia Peru 2 _A...;n;c;nc:.e.:.e_ _A_--'rg,_e_n_ti_n,_e_l_ _ _B_r_es_il____B_ri_ta_n_n_iq'-u_e_;.__C_o__J_o_m_b_ie_ _ _P!!:_~.:_- -~nezuela 1 24.5 1 025.3 211.0 45.7 342.6 371.2 1937/38 24.5 1 140.4 194.5 44.9 368.0 465.6 1938/39 24.5 1 196.6 48.3 464.3 154.5 521.6 1939/40 24.5 1 190.6 52.9 427.4 179.9 540.6 1940/41

cor:~~~·

_ _pays

3

3

Mainland

India 7

_~~~ental=.__ Taiw~'!._- _ _ lnde '!_ __

38.0 41.4 45.2 55.9

730 370 360 360

062 1 485 1 223 61 147

5]

1 090.1 778.1 1 415.5 1 361.4

1941/42 1942/43 1943/44 1944/45 1945/46

405.7 362.6 410.9 459.4 449.1

I I I I

307.8 299.9 270.1 204.3 I 280.0

206.2 179.0 134.7 152.0 157.4

63.5 67.3 72.2 76.4 81.0

494.7 401.0 410.8 431.5 3907

30.0 35 33 28 28.1

59.4 48.0 40.6 36.3 44.4

360 450 190 180 175

I 101 1 041 893 263 86

1946/47 1947/48 1948/49 1949/50 1950/51

634.5 606.0 565.4 548.8 613.0

I 511.8

I 720 1 780 I 650 I 900

171.7 166.1 185.6 194.4 192.8

83.2 108.6 138.5 146.4 159.1

419.5 479.2 488.7 468.9 460.9

30.7 28.0 32.4 54.7 49.2

54.7 54.9 58.5 68.2 88.4

200 345 *250 * 300 *400

30 263 631 613 351

1 046.3 1 203.1 I 144.3 1 175 1 242

1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 1956/57*

650.8 559.8 710.4 777.8 583.7 728

1 950 2 280 2 368 2 585 2 290 2 263

236.2 244.0 242.8 268.7 254.6 274.8

142.0 149.8 192.4 214.5 233 260

491.2 587.4 583.1 610.7 707.0 704.0

70.6 78.1 105.6 157.0 212 175

84.6 98.5 77.8 92.9 115.4 154.7

*400 4249 298 347 410 518

545 911 723 633 842 863

I I 1 I 1 2

ASIA (continued)- ASJE (suite)

1 1 1 1

914.3 312.8 395.7 102.3 083.2

608 318 017 616 862 040

EUROPE

Japan- Japan Indonesia 8 Indonesia 8

Iran

Beet Betterave

Cane Canne

Pakistan 9

1937/38 1938/39 1939/40 1940/41

1 1 1 1

414.5 398.9 575.4 605.1

17.7 23.9 25.4 35.6

45.4 44.7 28 28

1941/42 1942/43 1943/44 1944/45 1945/46

I 722.0 1 340.0 682.9 496.8 28

22.6 14.1 22.5 23.2 20.1

27 31 12 11 8.2

75 77 83 84 8.2

1946/47 1947/48 1948/49 1949/50 1950/51

8.2 44.6 223.5 277.2

31.8 52.3 35.2 28.0 55,2

8.3 11.3 6.6 12.9 19.1

19.8 14.7 13.5 14.0 24.4

25 32.3 23.7 43.5

1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 1956/57*

426.9 460.3 619.9 717.7 851.0 785.6

69.0 71.2 70.5 70.0 76.2 81.8

26.0 34.8 40.5 41.3 49.6 61.4

23.0 13.0 21.8 25.0 22 28

65.0 87.0 76.7 96.6 89.1 108.8

105 147 138 6 •••

Philippines 10

Turkey Turquie

981.3 I 025.2 982.1 1 076.0

57.3 47.3 105.0 98.5

398.1 5 15 25 11.7

1 1 I 1 1

Austria Autriche

Belgium Belgique

78 75 75 74

157.0 177.0 170.0 153.0

237.5 193.5 262.8 251.8

32.4 21.7 27.9 1147.7

96.7 63.7 107.1 99.8 99.8

77 74 68 73 45

151.0 131.0 120.0 92.0 20.0

248.1 207.4 243.5 194.9 140.9

49.4 34.6 47.7 35.7 19.2

76.8 361.3 661.7 613.7 834.6

107.3 106.3 131.2 149.8 152.7

41 20 9 4 6

25.4 40.6 52.7 68.7 116

234.4 137.3 260.7 342.6 '445.7

33.1 18.7 61 65 37

978.1 009.4 301.2 244.1 105.0 046.6

206.7 181.3 193.7 198.6 283 300.6

6 4 4 4

162.9 132.7 186.9 178.2 206.2 252.7

266.2 322.6 408.3 342.2 377.7 322.2

79 54 84 78 63 116

Viet-Nam

6 13

Bulgaria Bulgaria

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 209. 1 La petite production de sucre de betterave a cesse a pres 1 940 I 41.

See general note on page 209. I The small production of beet sugar ceased after 1940/41. 21ncluding chancaca. 3 Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Surinam, and from 1949/50, Uruguay. 4 Beginning 1952, factory production only; total production 1952, 451; 1956, 870 thousand metric tons. 5 1937/38-1940/41: including production of Paciflc Islands under former Japanese mandate (60-80 000 tons annually). · 6]940/41: production of cane sugar in Japan included under Taiwan. 71ncludes area now Pakistan through August 1947. White sugar refined

2 Y compris 11 Chancaca".

3 Chili, Equateur, Paraguay, Surinam, et depuis 1949/50, Uruguay. 4 A partir de 1952, production industrielle seulement; production totale en 1952: 451; 1956,870 milliers de tonnes metriques. 5 1937/38-1940/41: y compris Ia production des iles du Pacifique anterieurement sous mandai japonais (60-80 mille tonnes annuellement). 6]940/41: production de sucre de canne au Japan comprise avec Taiwan. 7 Y compris le territoire actuellement Pakistan jusqu'en coOt 1947. Sucre

from cane, gur and khandsari.

blanc raffine provencnt de canne, gur et khandsori.

8 Annees commen~ant le 1 er avril. 9 Compris avec l'lnde jusqu'en 1946/47. Les donnees se rap portent au sucre blanc. 10 Non compris Ia production de "panocha" (avant Ia guerra environ 30 000 !annes metriques par an). A partir de 1945/46, production de sucre centrifuge seulement. 11 Changement de territoire; voir l'lntroduction.

8 Years beginning 1 April. . 9 Included with India up to 1946/47. Data refer to white sugar. 10 Excluding production of "panocha" (prewar about 30 000 m.t. a year). From 1945/46, production of centrifugal sugar only. 11 Change in territory; see Introduction.

210

INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES 7 5.

Sugar

(continued)

-Sucre

(suite)

production

Thousand metric tons

Milliers de tonnes mlitrlquas EUROPE (continued- suite)

Year Annee

Czechoslovakia Tchcoslovaquie

Denmark Denemark

France

1937/3B 193B/39 1939/40 19.40/41

741.2 607.0 625.1 710.9

251.4 192.9 254.5 252.4

969.3 B52.2 1 169.3 4B4.4

1941/42 1942/43 1943/44 1944/45 19.45/46

665.9 641.5 530.1 536.B 447.B

280.7 216.3 194.6 176.6 1B3.7

1946/47 1947/4B 194B/49 1949/50 1950/51

590.9 351.3 634.5 627 BBO

1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 1956/57*

725 732 754 772 716 593

Germany 1 Allemagne 1

Hungary Hongrie

Ireland Irian de

213.0 920 062 085

111.0 127.4 130.2 215B.O

91.7 60.5 65.1 104.6

352.1 39B.B 4B0.2 607.2

239.3 205.1 239.7 301.2

735.6 6B4.B 64B.O 332.2 461.1

1 771 1 905 1 902 1 612 17B0.5

213.0 17B.2 1B3.0 196 27.3

10B.1 56.3 10B.6 B9.6 104.9

50B.5 465.4 3BO.O 66.1 20.1

230.3 173.3 215.3 40.7 60.3

... ... ... ... ... ... 2195.2

215.1 225.2 264.4 322.2 370.9

765.2 664.4 960.2 BB0.9 1 433.5

1 002.7 782.9 1 29B.2 1 1BO 1 BOO

65.9 152.9 226.9 265 255

69.1 72.5 95.0 100.1 97.B

283.0 244.8 456.1 505.1 627.6

237.8 221.5 280.6 397.5 40B.6

426.2 550.2 693.B 828 1 03B

35.2 B1 112 112 110

359 259 370 221 275 337

1 257 999 1 473 1 519 1 46B 1 263

1 B35 1 660 2211 2 024 1 911 1 782

260 267 344 271 294 267

90.7 94 117 9B 96 100

72B.O 745 7BO 921 1 1B5 977

347.4 430.9 446.6 414.7 416.4 350.4

933 89B 1 203 1 126 1 066 B43

130 95 1BO 165 208 1BO

2 1 2 2

I

EUROPE (continued- suite)

I

An nee

Spain 3 Espagne 3

1937 /3B 193B/39 1939/40 1940/41

147.4 114.2 220.1 177.9

346.3 292.4 30B.9 300.4

1941/42 1942/43 1943/44 1944/45 1945/46

169.7 95.2 146.2 160.B 119.8

306.6 263.3 290.1 277.7 292.9

1946/47 1947/4B 194B/49 1949/50 1950/51

1B6.7 147 2B6.6 18B.9 197.B

1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 1956/57*1

330 54B 315 268 320 375

Year

Sweden Suede

I

United Kingdom RoyaumeUni

I

---------426.0 326.9 552.4 541.B

Italy Ita lie

I

Yugoslavia Yougoslavie

Other

I

countries 5

I_ _

I

Au Ires

P.':'f~--

!

Netherlands Pays-Bas

I

I

Poland Polagne

Romania Roumonie

562.1 545.B

75.7 155.4 145.5 2 86.2

OCEANIA- OCEANIE

I I

I

79.0 62..4 130.0 29.6 2B.2

I

I Fiji lies Fidji

Hawan Hawaii

788.4 B47.1 904.6 B14.5

139.1 134.0 122.0 111.3

854 902 BB6 859

613.9 634.4 546.0 617.3 6B9.5

112.9 BB.4 B3.5 55.4 97.4

7B9 B04 794 745 617

Au•tralia

6

Au3tralie 6

I

I

USSR URSS

37.4 B5.9 106.0 494.0

23.1 28.3 29.4 27.5

521.9 5B2.0 554.2 43B.3 550.3

79.0 50.5 62.0 17.0 33.0

22.9 26.5 26.1 27.B 32.4

2B7.5 241.7 2BB.1 291 312

62B.5 4B4.5 631.6 515.8 764.6

7B.6 166.9 1B0.4 112.8 94.4

27.3 33.B 4B.3 47 49.9

446.5 743.7 973.4 B33.1 1 004.9

111.4 145.2 140.0 122.7 93.7

791 75B B67 872 904

1 1 2 2

507 066 B11 220 742

302 247 364 302 232 291

671.8 637.3 808.6 641.0 68B.O 764.0

223.2 64.9 172.0 132.0 116.8 14B.7

50.7 49.3 71.8 73.8 57.4 65.2

1 1 1 1 1

651.0 091.2 231.3 264.8 143.9 304.2

127.0 145.6 175.5 149.2 156.6 154.0

926 997 977 1 034 1 022 990

3 3 3 2 3 4

23B 334 733 838 716 733

I

I

I

I I

I

I

I

I

I

2 2 1 2

632 739 9B5 33B

... ... ... ...

505

'

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 209. 1A partir de 1945/46, Allemagne occidentale el orientale.

See general note on page 209. 1 Beginning 1945/46, East and West Germany.

2 Changement de territoire; voir l'lntroduction.

2 Change in territory; see Introduction. 3 Cane sugar accounts for less than 0.5

3 Le sucre de canne represente moins de 0.5 pour cent du total. 4 1940/41-1944/45: chiffres incomplets. 5 Finlande et Suisse. 6 La production de sucre de betterave representait en moyenne mains de 1% du total jusqu'en 1947/48 inclusive men! eta cesse ensuite.

per cent of total. 4 1940/41-1944/45: incomplete figures. 5 Finland and Switzerland. 6 Production of beet sugar averaged less than 1% of total up to 1947 /4B inclusive and ceased thereafter.

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MANUFACTURING

76.

Margarine

production

Thousand metric tons Country

Milliers de tonnes metriques 1929

1937

... -

...

1950

1938

1952

1951

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

Pays

AFRICA Belgian Congo •••••••• Morocco 1, ••••••••••• Nigeria •••••.•••••••• Union of South Africa •••

AFRIQUE

-

-

-

... -

...

...

. ..

-

-

-

0.5

...

4.7

0.1 0.6

...

0.2 1.0

...

0.2 1.0

...

5.6

0.5 1.2 0.2 5.2

0.5

... 0.3 . ..

. .. 0.4 . ..

52.6

56.7

52.6

0.6

3.7

5.1

42.7

49.0

0.8 1.1 0.3

0.7 1.4 0.3

50.3 0.8 1.3 0.3 583

50.1 0.7 1.3 0.7 586

5.7 23.3 2.2

8.6 12.2 j24.9 2.3 1.5

10.1 13.8 28.0 2.3 0.7

44.6

15.7 71.1

17.5 72.3 16.3 68.8

20.1 75.2 25.4 79.7 19.7 76.0

20.7 85.2 58.9 83.5 21.6 83.3

21.2 88.3 59.1 85.2 24.0 85.6

2.1 6.2

100 511 7.0 1.6 2.0 7.9

lOB 566 9.8 2.7 2.1 7;6

144 590 10.4 3.8 2.2 7.5

183 612 11.1 4.8 2.3 7.5

180 71.3 25.0 0.8 85.9

187 74.3 28.2 0.8 92.9

231 79.2 25.4 1.6

454

452

202 76.2 24.1 1.1 88.6 9 413

252 92.2 27.9 1.7 99.5 372

255 96.8 29.1 2.3 110.3 371

AMERICA Canedo .•.••• , •• , ••• Chile •• .'•• ,,,.,,,.,,. Jamaica ••••••••••••• Trinidad ••.•• ,.,,,.,, United States. , • , , •••.

Congo Beige Maroc 1 Nigeria Union Sud-Africaine AMERIQUE

... ... 162

... ......

180

. .. . .. . ..

175

425

472

. .. ... 3.5 . .. . ..

. ..

. ..

. ..

1.3 1.0 619

...

1.4 1.3 605

...

1.5 1.3 621

Canada Chili Jamoique Trinite

Etats-Unis

ASIA Indonesia •••••••••••• Israel ...... , ..... , ... Japan2,,.,, •.• ,, .... Philippines ....••••.• , • Syria .......... ,, ....

AS!E

. ..

... 1.2

... ...

.. . ... 3.5 ... ...

7.8 20.1

. .. . ..

...

9.2 7.8 2.4 0.7

10.0 10.0 45.2 2.6 2.1

10.8 9.7 37.8 2.7

...

EUROPE Austria •.•.••• ,., ... , Belgium 3 ••••••• , . . . . . Czechoslavakia ••••.... Denmark •.•.••••• ,.,. Finland ..... , ... ,., •. France •••• , ••• ,., .••• Germany 6, East ••..••. } West ...... Greece •• , ••• ,., ••.• , Hungary ........ ·..... Iceland .......... , ... Ireland ••••• , ••• ,, .•• Netherlands •••• , • , ••• Norway ........ ,,.,,, Poland ... ,,, •• ,., ••• Portugal ••• , •••• ,, ••• Sweden ..... , ..... , .. United Kingdom 9 ••• , ••

EUROPE

9.4 49.3

...

78.9 10.0 5 31.2

446

... ...

10.0 55.3

...

77.7 12.6

. ..

7408

0.4

...

0.9 6.0

1.4 5.1

8]33 47.2

'870 53.4 1.0 0.1

... ...

55.2 10205

59.5 187

...

9.4

63.8

65.2

...

...

81.3 14.0

61.1 4115.7

46.4

54.0

7368

{

1.3

...

1.4 5.2 872

I

46

364 5.0 1.1 2.1 5.8

0.1 59.0 211

176 63.3 4f 19.2 0.8 79.0 378

54.7

...

...

73.2 17.7 68.2 79

450 6.7

2.4

...76.7

94.6 385

26.0 92.4 60.0 90.7 30.5 93.2 194

642

. ..

4.0 2.2 7.5

OCEANIA Australia

Autriche Belgique 3 Tchecoslovaquie Dane mark Finlcnde France Allemogne 6, Orient. Occid. Grece Hongrie lslande lrlande Pays-Bas Norvege Pologne Portugal Suede Roycume-Uni

9

OCEAN IE

ll,, . . . . . . . . .

10.3

13.3

15.3

31.0

26.4

32.7

29.6

32.6

32.3

31.7

USSR ••••••••

10 6.3

74.4

93.1

192.5

226.2

277.0

338.2

391.9

399.4

436.6

TOTAL .......

Indonesia Israel Japon2 Philippines Syrie

1 280

I 310

I 350

2 100

2 740

2 450

Note. For annual figures covering the whole period 1928-1953, see Statistical Yearbook 1954 and preceding issues. 1 Former French Zone only. 2 Prior to 1952, including other edible fats. 3(ncluding other edible vegetable fats. 4 Change in territory: see Introduction. 5]928. 6 1929-1938: prewar Germany. 7(ncluding the Saar; twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 8 Including melange (margarine mixed with butter). 9 Beginning 1949, periods of 52 weeks (53 in 1953). 10 1930. l l Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated.

2 870

3 100

3 200

3 300

Austrc lie

ll

URSS TOTAL

Remarque. Pour les donnees annuelles de louie Ia periode 1928-1953, voir I'Annuaire stafisfique !954 et les editions precedentes. 1 Ancienne zone fran~aise seulement.

2 Avant 1952, y compris d'cutres matieres grasses comestibles. 3 Y compris d'autres matieres grasses vegetales comestibles. 4 Changement de territoire; voir l'lntroduction. 5 1928. 6 1929-1938: Allemagne d'avant-guerre. 7 Y compris Ia Serre; douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 8 y compris un melange (margarine melangee au beurre). 9 A partir de 1949, periodes de 52 semaines (53 en 1953). 10 1930. 11 Douze mois flnisscnt le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee.

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77.

Olive oil- Huile d'olive Production

A.

Principal producing countries...,.. Principaux pays producteurs

Thousand metric tons Year1

Milliers de tonnes metriques

World 2

1 2 - -Annee --- - - -Monde ----

Greece 3 Grece 3

Italy Ita lie -------

North Africa 5 Afrique du Nord 5

Portugal

Spain Espagne

-

Turkey Turquie

1937........ 1938 ........

1 126 750

188 103

4 272

175

84 48

99 33

* 380 *320

62 34

1934-1938 ..

870

115

213

69

46

6* 353

37

1939 ........ 1940 ........ 1941 ........ 1942 ........ 1943 ........

970 •714 910 700 847

155 100 77 83 81

320 154 203 181 131

117 46 62 60 62

76 35 92 38 88

209 285 383 237 414

61 54 72

1944 ........ 1945 ........ 1946 ........ 1947........ 1948 .. : .....

655 1 280 510

61 97 80 145 47

153 97 131 257 105

78 25 35 40 71

36 40 44 93 29

275 188 388 543 149

24 30 28 53 36

1949 ........ 1950 ........ 1951 ........ 1952 ........ 1953 ........

1 260 620 1 570 900 1 330

225 38 140 70 158

189 180 372 199 346

150 79 99 80 140

98 40 106 52 122

388 172 605 305 348

43 52 39 66 44

1954 ........ 1955 ....... 1956* .......

1 100 820 1 220

112 104 139

286 181 170

111 164

48 69 93

305 257 396

83 41 90

"''

528

BOO

B.

57

25

Other countries- Autres pays

Thousand metric tons

Country- Pays

50

Milliers de tonnes 'metriques

19341938

1953 -- - - 1954 - - - - 1955 - - - * 1956

Country- Pays

19341938

1953

1954

1955

2.4

...

1.3

... 0.2 ...

* 1956 ----

ASIA-ASIE AFRICA- AFRIQUE Algeria- Algerie .......... Libya- Libye ............. Morocco 8 - Maroc 8, ••••••• Tunisia- Tunisie . ..........

12.1 1.9 9.6 45.1

23.6 7 7.6 16.0 92.5

26.6 72.1 23.0

0.1 1.7

* 2.0 * 1.0

*7.0 * 2.0

59.5

* 18.0

* 30.0

* 12.0 24.0

*30.0 *100.0

*4.0 * 1.0

*8.0 *3.0

73.2

...

Cyprus- Chypre •••••• , •• Iran ..................... Israel-Israel •••••• , ••• ,. Jordan- Jordanie •• , ••••• Lebanon- Liban ••••• , •••• Syria - Syrie ............

AMERICA- AMERIQUE Argentina -Argentine •••••• United States- Etats-Unis •..•

1.6

* 1.1

...

9J.O 3.8 8.5

...

2.5 9.0 * 10.0 11.1

4.0 15.0 11.5 7.6

*9.0 1.1

*8.0 8.6

1.3

2.2 6.7

2.4 .4.0 .. ... 13.4

. ..

EUROPE France . ••• ~ •••••.•••••••

3.7

Yugoslavia- Yougoslavie ...

*5.4

*5.0 0.7

*2.0 3.8

Source: Donnees fournies par !'Organisation des Nations Unies pour !'alimentation et l'agriculture. Remarque. Pour Ia plupart des pays, les renseignements disponibles ne permettent pas de pr•kiser si les estimations se ropportent a Ia production totale (comprenanl de l'huile exlraile des residus d'olive) ou a celle de l'huile vierge exlraile uniquement par procede mecanique. Dans certains cas, il est possible que les donnees ne se rapporlent qu'a l'huile comestible,

Source: Data furnished by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the, United Nations. Note. For most countries the information available is not sufficient to determine whether the ·production estimates relate to total production (including oil extracted from olive residues) or to virgin oils extracted by mechanical methods only. In some cases, data may refer to edible oils only, possibly including some oil extracted from residues. 1 Crop years 1937/38-1956/57. 2 Excluding USSR. Beginning 1946, including estimates for oil produced

comprenant meme de l'huile extraite des residus.

1 Annees agrieoles, 1937/38-1956/57. 2 Non compris I'URSS. A partir de 1946, y c~mpris des estimations de Ia production d'huile extraile des residus d'olive dans les pays de !'Europe. 3 Huile comestible seulement. Production d'huile non comestible: moyenne de 1934-1938, 12; 1947, 15; 1948, 5; 1949, 24; 1950, 4; 1951, 20; 1952, 8; 1953, 17; 1954, 12; 1955, 13; 1956, 17 milliers de !annes

from olive residues in European Countries.

oil only. Production of inedible oil: 1934-1938 average, 12; 1947, 15; 1948, 5; 1949, 24; 1950, 4; 1951, 20; 1952, 8; 1953, 17; 1954, 12; 1955, 13; 1956, 17 thousand metric tons. 4 1937-1938: prewar territory. 5 Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco (former French Zone) and Libya. For separate country figures, see part B. 6 Average 1931/32-1935/36, 7 Tripolitania only. 8 Former French Zone only. 9 Average of three years. 3 Edible

metriques.

4 1937-1938: territoire d'avant-guerre. 5 La Tunisia, I' Algerie, le Maroc (ancienne zone fran~aise) et Ia Libye. Pour I es donnees sur chacun de ces pays, voir partie B. 6 Moyenne de 1931/32-1935/36, 7 Tripolitalne seulemenl, 8 Ancienne zone fran~aise seulement. 9 Moyenne. de trois ans.

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MANUFACTURING

78.

Wine- Vin Production

A.

Principal producing countries- Principaux pays producteurs

Thousand hectolitres

Milliers d'heciolitres

Year Annee

World 1 Mende 1

Algeria Algerie

Argentina Argentine

1937•••••••••• 1938 ••••••••••

187 000 201 000

15 424 21 490

9 255 6 631

54 331 60 332

1934-1938 ••••

195 000

17 879

6 792

62 645

1939 •••••• ··'· 1940 .......... 1941. ......... 1942.·......... 1943 ..........

215 154 164 156 168

000 000 000 000 000

17 880 14 034 10 603 12 313 6 596

6 7 6 10 8

707 615 916 662 489

3 69 49 47 35 341

015 428 585 022 015

42 30 36 37 37

550 494 671 987 830

7 5 7 8 13

720 187 374 259 940

11 2 7 3 6

1944 .......... 1945 .......... 1946 .......... 1947.......... 1948 ..........

164 138 159 176 171

000 000 000 000 000

9 9 9 8 12

262 500 042 302 653

7 8 10 11 10

101 940 344 624 397

44 28 36 44 47

303 617 160 170 438

33 29 33 36 40

270 298 750 446 393

14 10 6 10 8

507 167 689 111 176

1949 •••••••••• 1950 .......... 1951 .......... 1952 .......... 1953 ..........

173 197 199 188 217

000 000 000 000 000

14 14 13 12 18

467 296 743 318 288

12 11 10 * 13 10

509 401 791 000 686

42 65 52 53 59

935 133 858 884 113

41 41 49 44 52

037 049 761 854 542

7 8 9 5 11

927 725 490 802 736

1954 .......... 1955 ......... 1956* .........

221 000 225 000 214 000

19 247 14 399 18 619

2 2

B

Roumanie

Spain Espagne

582 41 780

8 049 10 955

10 664 9 924

... ...

38 447

7 888

9 291

Romania

4 36

12 185 11 336 10 965'

50 474 58 411 63 562

60 858 61 051 50 450

17 576 13 327 7 996

Portugal

Italy Ita lie

France

Other countries -

4 643 8 681

5 19

756

* 5 026

542 120 491 188 750

29 14 16 20 21

151 168 944 850 945

*5 *6 *7 *4 *5

138 944 679 592 642

5 6 *5 *3 *3

548 357 450 640 410

21 13 17 20 12

180 582 345 955 184

*6 *7 * 11 *6 *9

146 854 298 958 590

*4 *4 *4 *4 *4

090 090 550 100 100

14 14 '16 17 23

324 469 074 889 465

*6 *9 * 11 *8 *7

328 457 161 637 584

*4 100 * 5 764 * 2 622

17 498 16 847 21 144

* 8 320 * 10 851 * 9 557

Autres pays

Thousand hectolitres Country- Pays

United States 6

-~~-Un~

Milliers d'heclolitres

1934-38

1953

* 1956

-----1954 - - -1955

Country -.Pays

1934-38

1953

1954

* 1956 -1955 ----

986 1 630 10500 82 700 3 744

743

1 475

1 048

351

*380 2 850 4 228

* 3!)0 2 213 3 575

854 4 000

AFRICA- AFRIQUE EUROPE Morocco 7 .,.-Maroc 7. . . . . . . . . . . Tunisia- Tunisia •••••••••••••• U. of S. Africa-Un. Sud-Africaine

545 1 653 1 328

1 188 *1 884 *1 915 *2 113 661 1 054 *1 117 1 300 2 550 2 877 *3 231 *2 356

AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD Canada .....................

8119

188

230

258

.. .

* 380 2 260 3 860

...

. ..

249

AMERICA, SOUTH AMERIQUE DU SUD Brazil- Bresil ................ Chile-Chili ................. Peru 9 - Perou 9.............. Uruguay .....................

Austria- Autriche ••••••••••••• Bulgaria- Bulgarie .•••••••••. Czechoslovakia-Tch ecoslova quie Germany, W.-AIIemagne Occid. Greece- Grec~ ..•.••.•.••..•

... ... ...

810 3 123 112 589

*740 3 526 96 901

*740 3 581 109 769

*740 3 654 * 100

...

* 63

153 76

179 * 200

158 *·200

117 *227

128 * 218

Hungary- Hongrie •..••••••••• lux em bourg ••••••••.••••••••• Switzerland- Suisse ••••••••••• Yugoslavia- Yougoslavie •.••••

... ...

...

3 332 *3 700 *3 700 *3 700 110 79 106 99 604 597 745 634 4 415 3 825 2 851 5 300

63 428 3 220

1 041

1 046

OCEANIA- OCEANIE

ASIA-ASIE Australia- Australie ••••••••••• Cyprus- Chypre •.••••••••••• Turkey- Turquie .•••••••••.••••

Source: Data furnished by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Notions. 1 Excluding USSR. 2 Including flne wines. 3 1 939-1944: excluding Bas-Rhin, Haut-Rhin and Moselle; 1943: excluding Corsica. 4 1937-1946: prewar territory. 5 Average for 1931-1935. 6 Wine production estimated at 70 per cent of the weight of grapes crushed. 7 Former French Zone only. 8 Average of three years. 91ndustrial production of wine, excluding brandy and spirits. 10 Boundaries of 1937; average of four years. 111940.

794

USSR-URSS .......... 11(1 970)

1 440

1 089

(4115) (4 603) (4700)

...

Source: Donnees fournies par I'Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'o!imentation et !'agriculture. 1 Non compris I'URSS. 2 Y compris les vins flns. 3 1939-1944: non compris le Bas-Rhin, le Haut-Rhin et Ia Moselle; 1943: non compris Ia Corse. 4 1937-1946: territoire d'avant-guerre. 5 Moyenne 1931-1935. r, Production de vin es1imee C raison de 70 pour cent du poids de raisins vinifles. 7 Ancienne zone franc;aise seulement. 8 Moyenne sur trois ans. 9 ProdL•ction industrielle c!e vin, non compris cognac ni eau~de-vie. 10 Frontieres de 1937, moyenne sur quatre ans. 11 1940.

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INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES

79.

Beer-Biere Production

Thousand hectolitres Country

Milliers d'hectolitres

1929

1937

1938

1950

1952

1951

1953

* 1956

1955

1954

Pays

AFRICA Algeria. , •••• , , , •• , • Angola ••••••••• ,, •• Belgian Congo •• , • , , • Egypt ............ ,, Ethiopia 1, •• , , , • , ••• French West Africa ••• , Ghana •••••••••• ,., Kenya .••• , ••••••••• Morocco 2 ••••••••••

AFRIQUE

...9427 ...70 ... ... ...

69 0.9

Mozambique ••••••••• Nigeria •••••••••••••

Tanganyika .......... Tunisia ••••••••••••••

Uganda •••••••••••• Union of South Africa3.

... ...

16.8

...320

...8019 ...52 ... ... ...

57 6.8

... ...

286

25 56

,,,

... ...

. ..

369 131 2.1 92

9 94 6.1

... ... ... 1.6 23.8 26.5 ...382 .433 ..

...

78 300 42.1

739 84 11.3

349 32 882 85 14.9

513 41 1037 124 12.7

107 44.2 139 300 45.5

120 42.8 178 300 45.7

* 125

105 245 46.0

89 38.1 125 225 48.7

31.5 25.1 85 11.0 931

37.9 24.0 88 11.0 975

64.3 23.5 75 14.7 969

78.4 22.8 95 19.6 949

278

. ..

479 131 4.7 105

...

25.8 17.9 65 6.4 975

330 18 649 123 6.3

319 22

43.6 235

...

46.2

80.1 27.6 125 35.5

...

...41

Algerie Angola 1 229 Congo Beige 88 Egypte 10.9 Ethiopie 1

* 150

. .. 248 ...

Guatemala •••••••••• Honduras ••••••••••• Jamaica ••••••••••••

Mexico ..•....••.••. Nicaragua •••••••••• Panama •••••.••••••

Puerto Rico 6, 7, •••••. Trinidad •••••••••••• United States 6, 7 .•• , ,

101.5 32.6 139 54.6

. ..

2 884

... 431 ... ...

... ...

...

...720 ... ... -

3 062

9455

9693

1 437 91.7 194

1 188 84.7 217

...

9606 38.3 1 202 75.6 183

10098 53.5 1179 70.9 158

22 25 96 95 ... ...411.2 ...36.7 ...49.1 ...96 4 12.3 62.7 1 208 1 298 4949 6 015 5721 19.0 ... 4.9 17.2 26.4 131 147 169 (132) (363) ...902.4 ...1022.9 (110) 12.5 32.1 32.9

113 94 70.6 5657 30.1

112 101 82.4 6 559 34.0

111 131 91.3 6 589 43.3

...

437 9.3 15

68 932

2 879

...

406 8.0 14

66107

8 094

...

1 043 65.8 94

104 202

8 665 24.9 1 255 71.1 141

104400

...

105133

154 164 149 (552) (516) (548) 24.6 24.1 31.0 108 606 105 356 106 111

130

. ..

Guatemala Honduras

99.7 Jamaique 7 292 Me xi que 47.1 Nicaragua 153 Panama (501) Porto-Rico 6, 7 26.3 Trinite 106 420 Etats-Unis 6, 7 AMERIQUE DU SUD

2 132

Bolivia .............. Brazil •••••••••••••• Chile ••••••••••••••• Colombia •••••••••••

(1766) 508

Uruguay •••••••••••• Venezuela ...........

Tunisie

Ouganda Union Sud-Africaine 3 AMERIQUE DU NORD

Argentina •••••••••••

Surinam •••.••••..•••

Nigeria Tanganyika

10372 Canada 4 60.0 Costa-Rica 5 1 205 Cuba 83.0 Republique Dominicaine ., 158 Salvador

AMERICA, SOUTH

Ecuador ••••••••••••• Paraguay ••••••••••• Peru9 ..............

Maroc 2

50.1 Mozambique

AMERICA, NORTH Canada 4 ........... Costa Rica 5 ......... Cuba ............... Dominican Republic ••• El Salvador ..........

Afrique Occid. Fran~aise Ghana Kenya

...

1436 129 (1 953) 699 581

1412 155 (1 857) 619

... ... ...18.2 ... 7.7 1257.2 126

7159

...

142

-

142 115

150

-149 141

3 894 274 8(3 139) 915 3 327 262 36.8 444

-

411 806

4 009 305

3 881 299

3481 290

3732 285

3 689 212

914 3 380

1072 3 856

1 240 4423

1 203 4 657

1 332 4 512

...

...

356 41.2 556

-

459 1007

437 52.5 663

-

561 1187

...

492 53.2 810

-

...

1 244

. ..

...

524 55.2 923

570 51.8 963 0.2

-

...

...

1 280

1 348

3 522

... . .. 1421 ...

Argentine Bolivie Bresil Chili Colombie

* 550

Equateur

45.3 Paraguay

... 14.9 . .. 1 395

Perou 9 Surinam Uruguay Venezuela

ASIA Ceylon ••••••••••••• China: Taiwan ••••••• Hong Kong •••••••••. India 10, •••••••••••• Indonesia ..••.•.•.•.

Iraq 3•••••••••••••. Israel ............... Japan •••.•••••• ~ ••. Korea ••••••.••••••. Lebanon •••••••••••• Pakistan •••••••••••• Philippines .•••••••••• Syria ••••••••••••••• Turkey .............. Viet-Nam •••••••••••

AS IE

... ... ... 118 ... ... ... ... ... ...

... ... ... ...

5.8

... ... 57 ... ... ...

4.5

... ... 52

... ... ...

112 368 112 300 (134) (109) 12 12.9 12 15.5

...

12 (12.9)

......

... 12 (15.5) . .. 100

-

11.0 31.4 20.9

... ...

17.6 42.5 26.1

-

-

24.6 58.9 31.3

. .. . ..

... ...

123 1 709

145 2 315

154 2 933

21

15

21

...

3.5 331

...

195 350

. ..

...

2.9 386

...

211 446

7.2 428

...

227 547

See general note and footnotes on following page.

27.5 50.5 35.6

-

... 17.8 140 3 952

...

18

9.8 512 1.7 218 647

-

29.4 69.8 49.7

-

24.8

17.4 143 4 046

. ..

23

28

16.8 507 0.4 298 13 615

Voir remarque generale et notes

215

28.6

18.6 146 4052

...

14.3 532 0.5 311 728

35.8 79.6 52.9

a Ia

-

42.9 Ceylon 71.0 Chine: Taiwan 61.7 Hong-Kong lnde 10

30.9 Indonesia

23.2 130 4591

. ..

31

lrak 3 lsraiH Japan Coree

Lib an

17.6 Pakistan 574 Philippines

... ...

13 509

page suivante.

Syrie Turquie Viet-Nam

MANUFACTURING

79.

Beer (continued) -

Biere

(suite)

production Milliers d'hectolitres

Thousand hectolitres Country

1929

1937

1938

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

EUROPE Austria •••• ,, •• ,, ••• Belgium.,,, •• , •••••• Bulgaria •••••••••••• Czechoslovakia ••••••• Denmark •• ,.,,,., •••

EUROPE 5 228 15377 84 11611 1463

2700 14 228 69 8 291 1663

...

13 835 107 6 283 1 622

Finland •••••••• ,., •• 368 405 France 14, •••• ,,, •••• 30 207 24 250 23 080 Germany: East ••••••• West 20,, •• }1559112{ }1543 602. 1548 1 o8{ 16 (492) Saar •••• 4 1 039 Greece ••.•••••••••. Hungary 17 ••••••••• , Ireland 4.18 ••••••••• ltaly 7 •••••••••••• ,. Luxembourg. , , • , ••••

98.3 601 3 524 1127 525

Netherlands •• , • , • , •• Norway ............. Poland •••••••• , ••• , Portugal ••••••••••••

2 319 510 2 786

Romania ••••••••••••

Spain •••••••••••••• Sweden 7 ••• , ••••••• Switzerland 20,, •• , , • , United Kingdom, • , , • , Yugoslavia ••••••••• ,

Pays

...

771 744 1 503 2 541 40749

...

94.6 241 2 895 577 446

102.4 288 2 365 613 466

1 298 491 1407 64 596

1 382 490 1 502 65 510

...

...

. ..

1 588 2135 40153 21427

1481 2136 39127

2 877 10140 381 10779 2 838

3 051 9 929 322 11144 2714

3 821 10171 388 11438 2 651

4211 10 210 422 10 982 2 768

4 087 9667 549 10 204 2 846

776 17 851 3 800 18 194 605

878 7617 5 739 24 488 617

881 8 388 6 992 26 722 666

896 8 396 8 391 29 869 828

889 8 834 10 617 31 220 874

202.5

241.7 981 3071 1 383 345

248.0 1 250 3 089 1 299 352

206.5 1 686 3 036 1 581 366

244.6 1 989 3 130 1 495 353

1 832 70.1 4978 150

1 980 702 5 246 150

777 3 035 1 200 336 1413 623 1913 459 129 871 604 I 756 1 993 41 182 1144

1 603 686 3 790 126

1 611 710 4 231 135

...

...

744 1753 2110 41 056 1 188

1117 1 895 2 361 40 914 922

... I 1 2 40

299 969 367 888 568

. ..

1 375 2 041 2 340 39 058 801

4 305 10088 584 10486 3 014

4 612

...

584 11 099 2 980

932

a 12 515 11 772 35 058 929 270 2 354 3 208 I 690 398 2317 801 5170 205 1 308 1 683 2 238 2 572 39 899 804

13 11 38 1

895 064 073 329 025

... 2 408 3 279 1 566 00

0

2 487

...

5 195 204 1 312 1 2 2 39

827 121 68.6 817 770

OCEANIA

Autriche Belgique Bulgarie Tchecoslovaquie Denemark Finlande France 14 Allemagne: Orient. Occid. 20 Serre Grece Hongrie 17 lrlande 4, 18 Ita lie 7 Luxembourg Pays-Bas Norvege Pologne Portugal Roumanie

Espagne Suede 7 Suisse 20 Royaume-Uni Yougoslavie OCEANIE

Australia 7.. , , , , , , • , , New Zealand, , , , , , • ,

3 351 22 589

USSR •••••••••••

2723

8 960

10 590

TOTAL23 ........ 198 200

241 400

242 000

3 379 22681

3 820 778

7009 1541

7757 1 588

8 297 1 672

8744 1 699

13 080

15190

16180

18 300

18 950

18470

18 070

273 100

289 100

301 200 1313 100

321 400

332 000

339 200

Note. This table shows, unless otherwise stated, the recorded production of malt liquors (beer, ale, stout, porter, etc.) of varying specific gravity or alcoholic strength. The production of a few small producers is not included in the table, For annual figures covering the whole period 1928-1953, see Statistical Yearbook 1954 and preceding issues. The table does not cover the production of tax-free malt beverages of very low alcoholic content. 1 Twelve months ending 10 September of year slated. 2 Former French Zone only. 3 Twelve months ending during year slated, (Union of South Africa: native beer excluded,) 4 Twelve months beginning 1 April of year stated. 5 Twelve months ending 30 September of year slated. 6 Production in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico is included in the figures for the United Stales. 7 Twelve months ending 30 June of year slated. 81944. 9 Consumption of domestic beer. 10 1929-1938: including the area now Pakistan. From 1937, twelve months beginning 1 April of year slated. 11 Twelve months beginning 1 March of year slated. 12 Syria and lebanon, 13 South Viet-Nam only. 14 1950- 1954: data incomplete. 15 Prewar Germany; twelve months beginning 1 April of year slated. 16 Saar production included with Germany. 17 Twelve months ending 31 August of year slated, 18 Data based on standard barrels of 1.055 specific gravity; actual production is greater. 19 Change in territory, see Introduction. 20 Sales by breweries (West Germany beginning 1950). 211939. 22 Quantities on which excise duty was paid plus exports. 23 Excluding figures in parentheses.

9 481 1 859

10 078 1977

10 342 2 046

Australie 7 Nouvelle-Zelande URSS TOTAL 23

Remarque. Ce tableau indique, sauf avis contraire, Ia production enregistr6e de toutes les bieres de divers poids spE:ciflques ou teneurs en alcool. Quelques pays petits producteurs ne son! pas indus dans le tableau. Pour les donnees annuelles de !oute Ia periode 1928-1953, voir I'Annuoire statistique 1954 et les edi1ions precedentes. le tableau ne comprend pas Ia production de boissons de mall de Ires foible teneur en alcool et exemptes d'impots. 1 Douze mois Anissant le I 0 septembre de l'annee indiquee. 2 Ancienne zone fron!jaise seulement.

3 Douze mois flnissont au cours de l'annE:e indiquE:e. (Union Sud~Africaine: non compris Ia biere cafre). 4 Douze mois commen~ant le 1 er avril de l'ann9e indiqu9e. 5 Douze mois finissant le 30 septembre de l'annee indiquee. 6Les donnees des Etats-Unis comprennenl Ia production de !'Alaska, de Hawai et de Porto-Rico. 7 Douze mois finissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 8 1944. 9 Consommation de biere indigene. 10 1929-1938: y compris le territoire actuellemenl Pakistan. A partir de 1937, douze mcis commen: marins. 1 Contenu en matieres grasses.

2 Y compris Ia it pour Jo production de beurre. 3

Non compris le beurre.

,

4 Non compris les pommes de terre. 5 Plus de 50 pour cent proviennent de tubercules autres que les pommes de terre et les pototes.

316

CONSOMMATION 127.

Net food supplies per capita Cereals (as flour) Cereales (eq. farine)

Country -

Pays

Disponibilites alimentaires nettes par habitant

(continued) -

Potatoes, etc. Pommes de terre, etc.

Year Annee

Milk-Lait Sugar (refined) Sucre (raffine)

Pulses Legumes sees

Meat Viande

Fat Corps gras

(suite! Protein Proteine

Calories

I Proteine Protein

Fats and oils 1 Corps gras 1

Per day- Par jour

Kilogrammes per year- Kilogrammes par annee

Total

%animal origin %d'origine animale Grammes

AMERICA, S. (cont.) AMERIQUE DU S. (suite)

1935-39 1948/49

57

2 * 87 2 * 88

37

7

57

8

26 34

...

...

3 3

1 860 2 370

19 22

47

62

Uruguay ..............

1949 1953 1954

96 99 98

43 62 68

36 32 29

4 3 2

114 120 96

5

5

6 6

6 6

15 17 16

2 890 2 950 2 810

43 41 38

91 100 92

Venezuela ............

1949 1950 1951

85 88 86

2 58 258 2 52

44

13 15 16

22 19 18

4 4

3

4 4 4

5 6 6

2 160 2 150 2 270

18 19 17

58

31 43

1934-38 1947/48

149 154

2* 6 2* 8

.9 6

7

9 6

...1

...1

4

10

2 080 1 990

13 10

72 68

1949/50 1952 1953 1954 * 1955

125 123 114 131 125

2 33 2 35 235 2 37 2 36

15 16 17 16 16

-

1

4 4 4

2 010 1 880 1 790 1 980 1 940

5 5 6 6 6

46

5 8

-

4

4

3 3 3 3 3

47 47

Chypre ••.•••

1934-38 1948/49 1955

169 171 149

21 42 36

9 10 16

9 11 10

12 17 28

2 2 2

2 1 2

9 10 13

2 350 2 500 2 590

9 10 13

69 69 68

India 3 -In de 3 . . . . . . . .

1934-38 1949/50 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55

143 114 120 135 129

...

B

13 10 12 10 15

. ..

18

44

42 42 42 42

42 42 42 42 42

52 53 53 54 54

1 1 1 1 1

8

56 42

20 22 22

3 2 1 1 1

1952/53 1953/54 *1954/55

151 152 141

32 39

21 22 24

5 3 5

11 11 18

4 4 4

5 5 5

15 16 17

2 740 2 850 2 860

1934-38 1952 1953 1954 1955

162 149 144 145 150

7

4

54

14 10 13 12 12

6 6

2 3 3 3

-

-

1948/49 1953/54 1954/55

153 171 149

... ...

12 14 14·

11 8

4 4 4

44 43 43

43 42 42

Philippines ••••••••••••

1952/53 1954/55

131 130

51 50

14 17

2 2

12 10

-

-

Turkey- Turquie ••.•••

1934-38 1949/50 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56

193 187 195 194 195 202

6 12 30 34 32 31

5

7 7

17 17 17. 18 16 16

Colombia -Colombie ••

3

3

55

64

59

ASIA-ASIE Burma- Birmanie •••••• Ceylon -Ceylon ••••••

Cyprus -

Israel-Israel •••••••••

Japan

6 - Japan 6 •••••

Pakistan .•..••••••••••

10 13 12

45

63 66 56 67 5

6 6

7

9 B

7

8 9 7

9

9 11 10 9

1

4

-

-

1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 2 2

970 620 710 900 BBO

7

6 6 6

...

46

43

47

51 51

16 16

88 87 89

1 BO 180 120 140 270

5 5 5 6 5

61 59 60 64

52 54 54

2 030 2 200 1 990

10 9 10

51 47

3 3

1 960 1 890

6 6

43 49

6 6

2 2 2 2 2 2

9 9 9 9 8 8

79 78 84 86 84 87

2 2 2 2 3

-

-

3

7

6 6 5

2 2 2 2 62

6 6 6

450 490 650 670 650 670

64

54

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 309 et observations sur les groupes d"aliments a Ia page 316. * Donnees provisoires. 1 Contenu en matieres grasses. 2 Plus de 50 pour cent proviennent de tubercules autres que les pommes de terre et les palates. 3 1934-38: y compris le territoire actuellement Pakistan. 4 Y compris le Ia it pour Ia production de beurre. 5 Non compris le beurre. 6 A partir de 1952, les chiffres relatifs aux groupes d'aliments ne comprennent pas Ia production non declaree doni i1 a ete toutefois tenu compte dans le chiffre total des calories.

See general note on page 309 and description of commodity groups on page 316. *Tentative data. 1 Fat content. 2 More than 50 per cent derived from root crops other than potatoes and sweet potatoes.

1934-38: including area now Pakistan. Including milk for making butter. 5 Excluding butter. . 6 Beginning 1952, figures for commodity groups exclude unreported crop 3 4

production for which allowance is made in total calories.

317

CONSUMPTION

127.

Net food supplies per capita

(continued) -

Disponibilites alimentaires nettes par habitant

(suite) J

Cereals (as flour) Cere ales (eq. farine)

Country -

Pays

Potatoes, etc. Pommes

de terre, etc.

Year Annee

Calories

Milk-Lait Sugar (refined) Sucre (raffine)

Pulses Legumes sees

Fat Corps gras

Meat Viande

I Proteine Protein

Fats and oils 1 Corps gras 1

Per day- Par jour

Total,

Kilogrammes per year- Kilogrammes par annee

Protein Proteine

%animal origin %d'origine animale Grammes

EUROPE Austria -Autriche ••••••

1934-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

132 118 117 118 120 118

96 101 99 96 96 96

24 25 26 28 32 33

2 1 1 1 1 1

49 42 44 46 47 48

7 6 7 7 7 6

7 7 7 7 8 7

17 16 16 17 18 18

2 2 2 2 2 2

930 710 750 810 940 950

33 33 34 35 34 32

. 88 81 82 84 86 85

Belgium-Luxembourg •••• Belgique-Luxembourg

1934-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

115 104 104 104 102 101

157 147 146 150 150 149

28 27 28 27 28 29

5 2 2 2 2 2

46 47 48 50 52 52

3 5 4 5 4 4

4 6 6 6 6 6

19 21 22 22 22 23

2 2 2 2 2 2

810 950 930 980 980 990

29 35 36 33 33 33

84 86 86 88. 87 87

Czechoslovakia •••••••• Tchecoslovaquie

1948/49

139

145

23

3

34

3

5

10

2 690

22

82

Denmark- Denemark ••

1934-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

94 95 93 93 88 87

120 135 134 131 132 133

50 41 45 49 47 47

4 4 4 3 3

75 59 60 63 62 64

8 8 8 8 8 8

8 8 8 8 8 8

27 25 25 25 26 27

3 3 3 3 3 3

420 290 280 370 300 360

35 37 37 36 38 38

91 91 90 9()

Finland- Finland e •••••

1934-38 1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 *1955/56

128 130 127 122 122 118

181 144 136 129 128 119

27 31 34 34 34 36

3 2 2 2 2 2

33 31 30 31 33 35

11 12 11 12 13 13

10 12 12 13 13 14

13 16 17 17 18 18

2 3 3 3 3 3

990 140 110 120 210 220

31 36 37 38 39 39

95 100 97 100 102 101

France •••••••••••••••

1934-38 1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 *1955/56

124 119 120 109 115 112

143 122 120 124 136 124

24 25 24 30 24 26

4 3 2 3 3 3

61 62 68 71 75 78

4

4 5 5 5

5 5 5 5 6 5

14 13 13 12 13 12

2 2 2 2 2 2

870 780 850 790 860 810

31 27 29 30 30 31

97 94 97 95 100· 99

Germany, West •••••••• Allemagne Occidentale

1935-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

113 98 96 97 94 95

185 176 171 159 156 156

26 24 25 26 27 28

2 2 2 2 2 2

53 41 43 45 47 49

6 5 6 6 6 6

7 7 7 7 7 7

21 23 23 25 25 25

3 2 2 2 2 3

040 840 900 950 940 010

2 33 2 33 2 31 2 31 2 32 232

78 76. 77 78 78

Greece- Grace •••••••

1935-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

163 149 145 148 149 148

14 42 41 41 42 42

10 9 10 10 11 11

12 9 12 11 11 11

20 13 15 16 18 18

4 3 4 4 4 4

4 3 4 4 5 4

15 15 15 14 14 14

2 2 2 2 2 2

600 500 520 560 590 600

12 9 13 13 13 13

84 77 79· 82 84 85

Iceland -lslande ••••••

1934-38 1948/49 1949/50 1950/51

120 105 98 91

70 76 66 88

44 35 39 51

1 1 2 1

51 80 79 62

9 12 12

8 10 10 10

15 19 20 20

3 3 3 3

160 230 210 240

36 44 45 39

111 124 122 113

1934-38 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

131 134 133 130 132 127

195 184 183 183 183 181

38 40 42 41 42 43

1 1 1 1 2 1

55 53 53 54 56 55

6 7 7 7 7 7

9 9 9 9 10 10

14 20 20 21 22 21

3 400 3 500 3 550 3 540 3 670 3 560

35 36 37 38 38 38

99 95 97 97 101 97

Ireland -lrlande ••••••

-

4

11

91 92

as.

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 309 et observations sur les groupes d'aliments Ia page 316. * Donnees provisoires. I Contenu en matieres grasses. 2 Non compris les huiles d'animaux marins.

See general note on page 309 and description of commodity groups on page 316. "'Tentative data. 1 Fat content. 2 Excludes marine oils.

a

318

CONSOMMATION 127.

Net food supplies per capita Cereals (as flour) Cereales (eq. farine)

Country -

Pays

Disponibilites alimentaires nettes par habitant

(continued) -

Potatoes, etc. Pommes de terre, etc.

Pulses Legumes sees

Meat Viande

Fat Corps gras

I

I

Calories

Milk-Lait Sugar (refined) Sucre (raffine)

(suite)

Protein Proteine

Fats and oils 1 Corps gras 1

Protein Proteine

Per day- Par jour %animal origin %d'origine

Year Annee

Total

Kilogrammes per year- Kilogrammes par annee

animale

Grammes

82 78 79

EUROPE (cont.- suite)

7 7 7 7 7 7

8 9 9 9 8 8

21 26 27 27 28 28

2 2 2 2 2 2

840 89o 910 960 910 950

32 28 29 29 29 30

80 79 81 82 79 80

8 11 10 11 11 11

8 11 10 9 11 11

25 26 27 27 29 29

3 3 3 3 3 3

210 120 120 130 250 310

32

41 40

90 96 90 BB 94 95

-

100 400 530 520

16 15 14 14 14 14

58 70 69 70 66 69

39

40

95 88 86 86 80 79

4

4

29 35 36 38 39 39

3 2 2 3 3 3

38 32 36 38 40 40

30 31 38 3B 3B 39

2 2 2 3 3 3

38 35 34 35 37 36

76 111 117 111 116 110

10

6 6

15 15 15 16

5 6 7 7

15 15 15 17 17 17

122 114 103 103 102 101

44

43

2 2 2 2 2 2

90 BO

3B 39 39 3B 3B 3B

B2 105 9B 104 96 95

42

186 189 185

51 33 60

8 7 8

1936-38 1952/53 1953/54 *1954/55

101 97

49 43

84

56 47

1935-39 1953 1954 1955 *1956

87 87 87 86 87

Netherlands ••...•.•••• Pays-Bas

1936-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

107 95 92 92 89 90

118 108 107 106 91 91

Norway- Norvege ••••

1934-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

119 104 99 98 99 103

130 102 104 105

1937/3B 1952 1953 1954 1955 *1956

105 llB 132 132 117 129

1934-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

96 B3 79 7B 76

1934-3B 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

110 lOB 105 101 100 101

1934-3B 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

95 98 92 91 B8 B7

1951/52 1952/53 1953/54

Yugoslavia ...•.••••••• Yougoslavie

74 75 75

4

13

United Kingdom •••..••. Royaume-Uni

14 15 15 16 17 17

4

7 15 16 16 16 17

Switzerland -Suisse .•.

510 530 590 540 570 570

7 6 6 5

37 38 45 45 50 50

Sweden -Suede •.••..

2 2 2 2 2 2

2 .3 3 3

164 155 155 147 146 146

Portugal ••••••••••••••

4

12 12 12 13 14 14

3 3

20 18 19 19 20 21

1934-38 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55 1955/56 *1956/57

Italy -ltalie •••••••..•

75

lOB lOB

75 B4 B3 B3

5

-

4

40 40 39

1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1

14 15 14 13 16 16

2 2 2 2 2 2

450 550

49 50 51 52 51 51

11 11 11 11 10 10

10 9 9 9 B B

lB 20 20 22 21 20

3 3 2 3 2 2

110 000 9BO 070 960 970

2 2 2 2 2 2

53 4B 50 50 51 52

11 11 10 10 11 10

11 10 10 10 10 10

16 16 16 17 17 17

3 3 3 3 3 3

140 100 070 100 100 150

36 33 33 33 34 34

96 93 92 92 93 93

3 3 4

6B 60 66 66 69

5 7 7 7 7 7

5 7 7 7 7 7

21 20 21 22 22 22

3 3 3 3 3 3

110 060 140 270 230 270

3B 35 35 36 37 38

80 85 85 85 84

3 3 3

4

...

20 18 21

9 9 9

2 710 2 520 2710

17 17 18

86 78 86

53 46 51 51

1 1 2 1

120 111 108 108

6 6 7 7

5

16 16 17 17

3 3 3 3

300 050 160 190

40

6 6 6

103 93 88 88

48 43 43 44 42

2 2 2 1 1

109 100 103 105 10B

28 11 10 11 11

28 9 9 10 10

17 20 21 19 18

3 3 3 3 3

260 310 370 430 350

48 49 49

14

39 43

42 42

38

44 46 47 49

4 4 4

......

56

3

4

42 43

42 40

84

OCEANIA- OCEAN IE Australia- Australia •.•

New Zealand ••••••••• Nouvelle-Zelande

91

50 39 53

44 42

40 42

44

50 50

100 100 102 104 104

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 309 et observations sur les groupes d'aliments a Ia page 31 6. * Donnees provisoires. 1 Contenu en matieres grasses. 2 Donnee non comparable a celles des annees ulterieures, les methodes d'evaluation ayant ete modiflees.

See general note on page 309 and description of commodity groups on page 316. *Tentative data. 1 Fat content. 2 Not comparable with data for later years due to revised methods of estimating.

319

CONSUMPTION 128.

Energy- Energie

Estimated consumption of commercial sources of energy expressed in terms of coal Consommation estimee des sources commerciales d'energie: equivalence en houille Equivalence en houill e

Coal equivalents Totai-Totale

Per capita- Par habitant

Thousand metric tons- Milliers de tonnes metriques

Metric tons- Tonnes metriques

1937

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

1 884 147 1 586 147

3 049 022 2 417 622

3 136 527 2 452 027

3 428 065 2 661 965

3 686 736 2 847 236

0.94 1.14

1.17 1.40

1.19 1.40

1.27 1.49

1.35 1.57

22 000

49 106

52 160

57 968

62 010

0.15

0.23

0.24

0.26

0.28

Algeria -Algerie ••••••••••••••••••••• Angola •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Belgian Congo 2 - Congo Beige 2, ••••••• Br. Somaliland -Somalie Br••••••••••••• Cameroons [Fr.]- Cameroun [Fr.] ••••••••

1 012 38 400

1 647 125 1 525 7 105

1 835 151 1 823 6 121

1 907 174 2 074

2 375 218 2 309

0.14

0.20 0.04 0.11

0.20 0.04 0.16

0.24 0.05 0.18

135

140

0.01

0.18 0.03 0.09 0.01 0.03

0.04

0.04

0.04

Egypt - Egypte •••••••••••••••••••••• Ethiopia, Eritrea- Ethiopie, Erythree •••••• Fr. Eq. Africa -Afrique Eq. Fr ••••••••••• Fr. W. Africa -Afrique Occid. Fr.••••••• Ghana 4•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

2 059

4 728 99 115 488 420

5 291 138 121 573 451

5 880 102 130 605 585

5 700 111

0.13

0.23

3 0.01 0.06

0.03 0.03 0.10

0.26 0.01 0.03 0.03 0.13

0.24 0.01

680

0.21 0.01 0.03 0.03 0.09

871 53 174 90 1 796

980 32 182 81 2 027

188 92 2 055

0.00 0.01 0.14 0.07

0.13 0.03 0.04 0.17 0.22

0.15 0.04 0.04 0.17 0.22

0.16 0.03 0.04 0.15 0.24

0.04 0.16 0.24

0.02 0.02 0.22

0.07 0.03 0.49 0.03 0.04

0.08 0.04 0.55

0.09 0.04 0.58

0.02

0.08 0.03 0.45 0.04 0.04

0.05

0.04

O.Ql

0.03

0.03 0.02 0.18 0.03 2.09

0.04 0.02 0.18 0.04 2.28

0.05

Country -

Pays

WORLD 1 - MONDE 1 A B AFRICA- AFRIQUE

...

20

...

3

36 212 187

. ..

...

... ...

... ... . ..

Kenya •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Liberia •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Madagascar ••••••••••••••••••••••••• Mauritius -He Maurice •••••••••••••••• Morocco 5 - Maroc 5 ..................

3 31 61 476

775 32 171 86 1 797

Mozambique ••••••••••••••••••••••••• Nigeria, Cameroons [Br.] ••••••••••••••• Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Fed •••••••••••.••• Sierra Leone ••••••••••••••••••••••••• Sudan- Soudan ••••••••••••••••••••••

106 413 983 11 114

479 1 011 3 024 72 360

437 1 050 3 381 58 375

490 1 192 3 910

559 1 236 4 202

419

445

59

272 15 601 161 30 149

278 17 671 180 31 282

337 20 658 213 34 795

381

Tanganyika •••••••••••••••••••••••••• Togoland [Fr.]- Togo [Fr.] ••••••••••.•• Tunisia- Tunisie . ..................... Uganda- Ouganda •••••••••••••••••• Un. of S. Africa 7 - Un. S.-Africaine 7•••••

6

... 403 ...

14 649

. ..

1937

O.Ql 0.03

...

...

O.Ql

...

. ..

...

O.Ql

6

...

697

0.15

37 368

1.32

...

. ..

1954 - 1953 - - - ----1955 - - - * 1956

O.Ql 0.17 0.03 2.05

O.Dl

O.Ql

...

...

. ..

... ... ......

0.04

... . .. ...

0.18 2.39

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent a Ia consommation interieure brute de combustibles commerciaux et d'energie hydraulique, exprimee en quanlites equlvalentes de houille. Basees essentiellement sur les donnees concernant Ia production, les echanges et Ia transformation fes principales sources d"energie, autant que possible, elles tiennent compte des variations des

Note. The figures refer to the gross inland consumption of commercial fuels and water power, expressed in terms of coal equivalent. They have been computed mainly from data on the production, trade and processing of the major sources of energy; as far as possible, account has been taken of changes in stocks and deduction made of fuels loaded in bunkers of vessels and aircraft in international trade. Production data include chiefly coal and lignite, gasoline (motor spirit), kerosene and fuel oils, natural gas and hydro-electric power. Trade data Include the foregoing and derivatives such as briquettes, coke, manufactured gas and thermal electric power. Natural gasoline, refinery gases, liquefied petroleum gases and benzols have also been included where possible. In calculating consumption from the data described, all duplications have been eliminated. Fuelwood and other vegetal fuels and peat have been omitted for want of adequate data. These are believed to provide a major share of the energy supply in all but a few countries, the minimum amount of energy

stocks et excluent les soutes des navires et avions de commerce international.

Les donnees relatives a Ia production comprennent principolemenh houille et lignite, essence pour moteurs, petrole lampant et huiles combustibles, gaz noturel et energie hydro-electrique. les donnees relatives au commerce exterieur comprennent les combustibles ci-dessus et leurs derives: briquettes, coke, gaz d'usine et energie thermoelectrique. La gazoline naturelle, les gaz de raffineries, les gaz de petrole liquefies et les benzols ont ete indus autont que possible. Tout double-emploi a ete elimine dans le calcul de Ia consommation base sur les donnees ci-dessus. le bois, les autres combustibles veglitaux et Ia tourbe ont ete omis faute de donnees adequates. Dans presque taus les pays ces combustibl .. fourniraient une partie importante d'energie, estimee pour Ia pluparl d'entre eux comme egale, au minimum, a environ 0.25 tonne de houille par habitant et par annee. les lolaux continentaux el mondiaux comprennenl des territoires qui ne son! pas indiques separement dans le tableau. les donnees de 1929 ont ete publiees dans I'Annuaire statistique 1951, On trouvera dans i'annexe I les facteurs de conversion en houille de· differentes sources d'energie. Pour plus de details, voir Ressources Mondiales en energie 195 1-1954, Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies, Etudes statistiques, Serle J No. 2. 1 A. Monde. B. Monde non compris I'URSS, I'Europe orientale ni Ia Chine continentale. 2 Y compris Ruanda-Urundi. 3 Y compris Togo [Fr.]. 4 Y compris I' ancien Togo [Br.]. 5 Ancienne zone francoise seulement. 6 Compris avec I' Afrique Occidentale fran>aise. 7 Y compris Basutoland, Bechuanaland, Swaziland et, a partir de 1953, le Sud-Ouest Africain.

obtained from such sources being estimated, for most countries, as equivalent

to about 0.25 tons of coal per capita per annum. The world and continental totals include areas not shown separately in the table. Data for 1929 were published in the Statistical Yearbook 1951. The factors used in converting the several sources of energy to coal equivalent will be found in Appendix I. For more detailed information, see World Energy Supplies 1951-1954, Statistical Office of the United Nations, Statistical Papers, Series J No. 2. 1 A. World. B. World excluding USSR, Eastern Europe and mainland China. 21ncluding Ruanda-Urundi. 3fncluding Togoland [Fr.]. 41ncluding former Togoland [Br.]. 5 Former French Zone only. 6 Included with Fr. West Africa. 71ncluding Basutoland, Bechuanaland, Swaziland and, beginning 1953, South West Africa:

320

CONSOMMATION 128.

Energy

(continued)-

Energie

(suite)

Estimated consumption of commercial sources of energy expressed in terms of coal Consommation estimee des sources commerciales d'energie: equivalence en houille Equivalence en hauille

Cool equivalents

Per capita- Par

Total-To!ale

Metric tans- Tonnes rpelriques

Thousand metric tons- Milliers de !annes metriques Country -

Pays

1937

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

1 518 346

1 615 587

0.13 0.14 0.84 0.11 4.91

0.47 0.25 1.44 0.19 7.20

0.44 0.27 1.00 0.18 7.07

0.22 0.93 0.20 7.57

...

. .. . ..

0.17 0.34 0.04 0.04 0.06

0.38 0.60 0.12 0.13 0.13

0.32 0.62 0.12 0.15 0.13

0.33 0.64 0.17 0.17 0.18

0.06 0,01 0.17 0.08 0.09

0.12 0.02 0.15 0.10 0.18

0.12 0.03 0.12 0.08 0.16

0.15 0.04 0.17 0.11 0.25

0.44 0.06

0.65 0.12 0.36 0.75 3.20

0.71

0.75

0.39

0.40

. ..

0.65 0.12 0.40 0.64 2.80

1 443 000

0.38 5.89

1.56 7.95

1.58 7.64

1.87 8.25

8.58

69 000

75 604

0.25

0.47

0.53

0.55

0.59

16 966 546 21 145 246 6 721 5 998

18 951 579 23 431 270 6 889 6 538

0.65 0.04 0.13 0.09 0.67 0.14

0.85 0.12 0.31 0.48 0.88 0.35

0.90 0.16 0.35 0.49 0.96 0.47

0.89 0.17 0.36 0.51 0.99 0.47

0.97 0.18 0.39 0.54 0.99 0.50

497

532

...

0.12 0.04 0.30 0.66 0.74 1.31

0.14

0.14

2 970 167 2 207 12 988

0.04 0,01 0.13 0.16 0.40 0.30

0.14

2 861 153 2 092 11 701

0.33 0.65 0.78 1.65

0.30 0.62 0.80 2.03

0.31 0.69 0.83 2.18

179 718

200 333

0.18

0.20

0.20

0.21

0.23

34 657

699

0.53 0.03 0.04 0.09 0.42

0.04

701 4 492

0.52 0.03 0.03 0.12 0.44

0.52 0.03

861 4 065

0.14 0.05 0.04 0.08 0.29

0.10 0.46

0.08 0.49

312 562 104 374 333

0.12 0.45 4 0.09 0.05 0.04

0.35 0.52 I o.11 0.08 0.26

0.43 0.60 0.11 0.08 0.27

0.46 0.61 0.12 0.10 0.32

0.59 0.64 0.12 0.12 5 0.48

0.91 0.97 0.08 0.11 0.34

0.97 0.96 0.08 0.12 0.39

1.05 0.98 0.10 0.15 0.49

1.10 1.08 0.12 0.17

9 25 26 6 54 242

40 56 56 14 106 420

40 61 40 14 107 474

38 16 118 078

40 15 132 715

Costa Rica .................... , ...... Cuba •••••••••••••••••••••••• , ••••••

92 1 487 65 59 19

327 3 504 268 261 33

287 3 692 290 314 30

318 3 915 417 374 41

312 4 425

122 24 178 8 22

349 75 242 12 46

380 104 191 10 39

480 125 277 14 61

8 185 51

18 554 150 315 1 661 16

21 213

... ...

1 B 331 134 347 1 422 14

173 759 300

1 061 1)69 120

1 106 1 240 097

1 352 1 363 834

AMERICA, SOUTH- AMERIQUE DU S.

21 500

56 022

64 633

Argentina -Argentine ...•.•.•.•.•.•... Bolivia- Bolivie .•.•.• .•.•.•.•.•.•.•.. Brazil - Bresil . .•••••••••••••••••••••• Br. Guiana - Guyane Sr..... .•.•.•.•...

chila-Chili ......................... colombia- Colombie •••••••.•••••••• ,

9 215 134 5 017 30 3 205 1 184

15 685 363 17 527 221 5 657 4 189

16 915 503 19 716 231 6 347 5 787

Ecuador- Equaleur., • , ••• , • , • , • , • , • , • p araguay ........................... peru-Perou ..•• .•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.. surinam ..•••.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•. • .•.. uruguay .....•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•... enezuela .•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•...•.•.

107 12 645 19 833 1 041

420 59 2 702 157 1 867 7 122

495 2 995 160 1 995 9 271

108 100

163 728

166 609

Chine: Taiwan. , •• , • , • , • , • , •. ,

5 782 908 464 1 631

29 558 1 003 945 3 610

32 605 123 1 734 3 604

cyprus - Chypre •• , •••••••••••••••••• Hong Kong ................ •••·••••, •• I ndia-lnde ••••••••••••••••••••••••• Indonesia -Indonesia .......•.•.•.•.•.. Iraq-lrak ..........................

44 511 4 26 960 3 660 135

179 1 160 41 418 6 296 1 275

1 41 6 1

1 506 84 275 104 2 350 462

1 640 84 215 lOB 2 618 545

.•••••.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.

Honduras •••••••••••.••••••••••••••••

Leeward Is. -1. sous le Vent ••••• , • , •••• Martinique •..•.•••••••.•.•.•.•.•.•..•

Mexico -

Mexique ....................

Nicaragua •••••••••.•••••••••••••.•.•

Panama ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Puerto Rico 2 - Porto-Rico 2 •••••••••••••

St. Pierre and Miquelon •••• , • , • , • , • , •••

Trinidad- Trinite, Tobago ••••••••• , •• , •

united

Stales -

Etats-Unis, •• , • , ••••••• ,

v

ASIA 3-ASIE 3 Brune1 .....•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•••.•..•.. Burma- Birmanie ..•...•.•.•.•.•.•.•..

cambodia, Laos, Viet-Nam •••• , •••••••• , ceylon- Ceylon ..................... Ch ina: -

Israel -Israel . ...•.•...•.•.•...•.•.•. J a pan- Japon,,,,, ••• , • , , , , , , , , , , , , , J ordan- Jordanie ......... , • , .. , , , , , , Korea, South - Coree du Sud •• , • , • , • , • , Lebanon- Lib an ••••• , ••.• , , • , , • , •• , ,

336

-

65 513

... ... ...

...

* 1956

6.59

Bahama Islands -lies Bahama •••••••••• Barbados- Barbade .......... , ....... Bermuda- Bermudes •••••••••••• ,.,.,. Br. Honduras- Honduras Br.. , , , • , • , • , , • Canada 1, ••••••••• , ••••••••• , ••••• ,.

~

1955

6.30

1 380 004

Haiti- Haiti ................... , .....

1954

5.89

1 407 199

Guatemala . .

1953

- - -- - -- - -- - 6.13

827 100

Dominican Rep.- Rep. Dominicaine . ....•

1937 4.62

AMERICA, NORTH -AMERIQUE DU N.

El Salvador ... ,. , • , .... , .. , , .. , .. , ... Guadeloupe., ••••••••••••••••• , •••••

ha~ilanl

... ...

... ' 51

... 352 ...

...

423 43

...

134

...

...

62

22 990

. ..

370

... ... ...

18

. ..

. ..

0.19

. ..

. .. . ..

3.60

...

0.95 0.18 8.25 0.32 0.70

...

0.19 0.18

... . .. . ..

0.04 0.25

... ...... . ..

. ..

I

I

219 374 440 820 317

...

1 45 7 1

241 422 232 788 653

1 833 87 716 145 3 222 702

... . ..

1 . 48 10 2

1 991 97 625 183 3 749

...

-

0.93

. .. . .. . ..

...

... ...

. ..

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 320. 1 Y compris Terre-N.;uve. 2 A partir de 1953, douze mois flnissant au cours de l'annee indiquee. 3 Non compris I'URSS, Ia Chine continentale el Ia Coree du Nord. Voir

See general note on page 320, llncluding Newfoundland. 2 Beginning 1953, twelve months ending in the year stated. 3 Excluding USSR, mainland China and North Korea. See next page. 4 Including area now Pakistan. 5 Excluding nomads and foreigners.

page suivante. territoire actuellement Pakistan. les noma des ni les etrangers.

4 Y compris le 5 Non compris

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·

CONSUMPTION 128.

Energy

(continued)-

Energie

(suite)

Estimated consumption of commercial sources of energy expressed in terms of coal· Consommation estimee des sources commerciales d'energie: equivalence en houille Equivalence en houille

Coal equivalents

Country- Pays

Total- Totale

Per capita- Par habitant

Thousand metric tons- Milliers de tonnes metriques

Metric tons- Tonnes metriques

1953

1937

1954

1955

* 1956

1937

- 1953 - - - - 1954 - - - -1955 - - * 1956

ASIA (cont.) -ASIE (suite)

...

2 381 29 3 609 2 024 585

2 307 21 3 433 2 590 713

188 1 572

716 5 322

5 441

5 325

587 847

704 345

749 199

Austria -Autriche ••••••••••••••••••••• Belgium- Belgique, Luxembourg •••••••• Channel Is. -lies Anglo-Norm andes .••••• Denmark- Denemark ••••••••••••••••• Finland- Finlande ••••••••••••••••••••

7 054 34 744

12 049 33 033 359 9 296 6 018

14 355 34 832 .382 10 274 6 603

France 3,, ••• , •••.•••••••.•••.••••••• Germany, West-AIIemagne Occid •••••• Saar 5 - Serres •••••••••••••••••••• Greece- Grece •••••••••••••••••••••• Iceland -lslande •• , ••••••••••••••• , ••

88 173

Ireland -lrlande ••••••••••••••••••••• Italy -ltalie ••••••••••••••••••• ,, •••• Malta- Malle, Gozo .•••••••••••• , •••• Netherlands- Pays-Bas •••••••• , ••••••• Norway- Norvege •••••••••••••••.••.

3 235 28 181 71 15 425 10 039

M·:daya 1 - Malaisie 1, •••••••• , •• , • , •. North Borneo- Borneo du Nord ••••••••• Pakistan ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Philippines ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Syria -Syrie ••••••••••••••••••••••••

1 775

Thailand -Thailande •••••••••••••••••• Turkey 10- Turquie 10 .•••••••••••••••• WESTERN EUROPE- EUROPE OCCID.

000

2

••

0

832

...

6 442 3 719 4 4

... ...

1 296 217

317 921 747 084 399

101 158 7 2

055 248 769 405 404

... ...

0.35 0.08 0.05 0.10 0.17

0.33 0.06 0.04 0.12 0.19

5 695

O.Ql 0.09

0.04 0.23

0.23

0.22

0.23

794 313

848 980

2.16

2.29

2.42

2.53

2.68

15 318 37 657

16 942 40 090

1.04 4.02

1.73 3.64 3.45 2.13 1.45

2.08 3.82 3.71 2.33 1.58

2.20 4.10

2.43 4.34

2.43 1.85

2.62 1.89

2.35 3.06 7.90 0.30 2.62

2.44 3.35 8.69 0.33 2.92

2.68 3.60

1.38 1.12

...

....

10 765 7 843 105 175 8 2

2 835 30 4 465 4 213 902

. ..

000

...

0.39 0.07 0.05 0.15 0.19

...

...

0.38 0.08 0.05 0.19 0.23 000

...

11 698 8 131

1.71 1.03

847 094 620 602 462

116 899 190 241

2.12

2 920

0.18 1.85

2.20 2.87 7.96 0.27 2.64

1.10 0.66 0.27 1.79 3.44

1.13 0.87 0.36 2.22 4.72

1.27 0.95 0.44 2.19 5.08

1.38 1.05 0.43 2.22 5.34

2.45 5.66

688 592 579 020

0.24 6 0.40 2.50 1.81

0.32 0.76 3.69 2.38

0.36 0.78 3,84 2.59

0.36 0.80 4.15 2.87

0.42 0.88 4.59 3.18

... ...

3 722 45 234 140 23 283 17 229

4 015 50 373 134 23 899 18 301

4 012 54 023

2 21 26 11

3 21 27 12

3 23 30 14

3 25 33 16

126 843 736 804

...

0.05

000

3 338 41 369 115 23 269 15 862 721 185 468 657

0.37 2

184 230 165 263

. .. 0

...

26 717 19 610

••

. ..

0.36

. ..

...

Portugal •••••••••••••••••••••••••••.• Spain- Espagne ••••••••••••••••••••• Sweden- Suede ••••••••••••••••••••• Switzerland -Suisse .•••••••••••••••••

1 610 15 7

United Kingdom- Royaume-Uni •••••••• , Yugoslavia- Yougoslavie .•••••••••••• ,

201 300 2 789

239 500 6 529

249 700 7 744

253 800 9 265

257 800 10 414

4.24 0.18

4.73 0.38

4.92 0.45

4.98 0.53

5.03 0.58

19 600

37 222

39 422

42 620

44 714

2.11

2.74

2.82

2.92

2.96

15 627 35 651 160 3 081

29 835 79 * 1 691 183 5 363

31 558 72 * 1 716 239 5 765

34 552 80 * 1 740 248 5 864

36 319

... * 1 770 . ..

3.38 0.25 * 3.23 2.94 2.62

3.51 0.22 * 3.29 3.79 2.75

3.76 0.24 * 3.11 3.94 2.75

3.85 *3.07

6 119

2.27 0.17 1.62 3.56 1.94

298 000

631 400

684 500

766 100

839 500

0.42

0.72

0.77

0.85

0.91

OCEANIA- OCEANIE Australia -Australia .•.••••••••••••••• Fiji Islands -lies Fidji •••••••••••••••••• Hawaii- Hawai ••••••••••.•.•••••.••• New Caledonia- Nouv.-Caledonie •••••• New Zealand- Nouv. Zelande .•••• , •••• USSR, mainland China and EASTERN EUROPE URSS, Chine continentale et EUROPE ORIENTALE Bulgaria 8 - Bulgaria 8•••••••••• , •••••• China, mainland 8 - Chine cont. 8 ••••• , ••• Czechoslovakia 8 - Tchecoslovaquie 8 .•••• Germany, East 8 - Allemagne Orient. 8 ••• Hungary 8 - Hongrie 8•••.•••••••.••••• Poland- Pologne ••••••••••••••••• , ••• Romania 8 - Roumanie B••••••••••••••••

USSR 9 - URSS 9 ••••.•••••••• , ••..••••

7

780 117 722 572

94 146 7 2

...

2 817 27 3 949 3 258 739

901 31 892 25 711 000

6 25 5 146

555 783 680 500

7

... ...

2.81

206 883 815 710

3 82 45 57

418 757 261 486

4 96 47 63

097 900 978 145

4 110 52 64

591 134 576 816

0.14 0.07 1.78

...

0.43 0.12 3.26 3.01

0.46 0.14 3.49 3.18

0.54 0.16 3.68 3.52

0.60 0.18 3.98 3.66

14 711 65 254 18 483 354 823

15 69 19 385

694 125 705 753

16 72 21 439

755 319 322 282

15 76 22 489

046 128 438 601

0.72 0.75 0.37 0.87

1.53 2.46 1.07 1.87

1.62 2.57 1.12 2.00

1.71 2.65 1.22 2.23

1.52 2.74 1.28 2.45

3 68 41 54

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 320. I Y compris Singapour. 2 Compris avec l'lnde. 3 1953-1956: y compris Ia consommation de produits clu petrole en Serre. 4 Allemagne enliere et Ia Sarre, 1937: 204 607. 5 Non compris les produits derives du petrole; voir note 3, 6 1935. 7 Douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 8 1953-1956: les donnees se rap portent a Ia production. 9 1953-1956: donnees de Ia production, ojustees partiellement pour Ienir compte des echanges; elles semblent correspondre de pres a Ia conM sommation. 10 Donnees revisees.

See general note on page 320, I Including Singapore. 21ncluded in India. 31953-1956: including petroleum products consumed in the Saar. 4 All Germany and Saar, 1 937: 204 607. 5 Excluding petroleum products; see note 3, 6 1935. 7 Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 8 1953-1956: data refer to production. 9 1953-1956: production, partially corrected for trade; believed to correspond closely to consumption. 10 Revised data.

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CONSOMMATION 129.

CoHon- Coton

Industrial consumption- Consommation industrielle Milliers de tonnes miHriques

Th ousan d metr"c I tons Country WORLD (excluding USSR)

1934/351938/39

1950/51

1952/53

1953/54

1954/55

1955/56

*1956/57

Pays

----- ----6 680

5 840

1951/52 6 510

6 700

6 950

7 070

7 330

7 540

MONDE (sans I'URSS) AFRIQUE

AFRICA Belgian Congo •••••••••••••• Egypt ..................... Union of South Africa ••••••••

7.2 60.9 6.5

2.2 15.8 0.2

7.8 67.6 7.6

8.2 68.1 7.6

9.8 73.3 8.7

10.4 78.3 9.1

9.1 87.2 10.2

9.1 88.9 10.8

66.1 6.7 71.5 1 884.3

77.0 6.9 86.7 1 936.1

82.6 6.5 93.2 2 018.5

80.7 7.2 101.9 1 896.3

AMERIQUE DU NORD

AMERICA, NORTH Canada ••••••••••••••••••• Cuba ••••••••••••••••••••• Mexico .................... United States ...............

103.9 6.7 72.6 2 312.9

58.1 1.5 49.2 1 436.7

74.4 5.6 68.3 2 014.3

80.4 4.3 71.5 2 073.6

Canada Cuba Mexique Etats-Unis

AMERIQUE DU:0:.SUD

AMERICA, SOUTH Argentina .................. Brazil ..................... Chile ••••••••••••••••••••• Colombia •••••••••••••••••• Peru ...................... Uruguay ••••••••••••••••••• Venezuela •••••••••••••••••

Congo Beige Egypte Union Sud-Africaine

100.2 182.1 14.3 23.9 12.6 5.6 3.3

24.5 111.0 3.0 7.6 6.3 0.2 2.0

107.8 178.9 14.3 22.8 11.9 5.2 3.5

82.4 173.5 19.5 27.1 12.4 5.6 4.6

92.1 195.1 19.5 28.8 14.5 7.4 4.1

107.1 216.8 19.5 32.5 16.3 8.7 5.2

112.7 227.7 18.4 34.0 15.2 6.5 6.3

119.3 223.3 19.5 35.8 16.3 7.6 6.9

Argentine Bresil Chili Colombie Perou Uruguay Venezuela

758.9 29.3 48.4 928.0 16.9

737.2 30.4 50.3 982.2 19.5

Chine: Continentale Taiwan Hong-Kong In de Iran

503.5 50.3 173.5 10.6 6.9 92.1

617.1 59.6 183.2 11.5 6.5 97.6

Japan Coree du Sud Pakistan Syrie-Liban Thailande Turquie

ASIE

ASIA Taiwan ••••••••••••••

780.5 0.4

Hong Kong •••••••••••••••• India ••••••••••••••••••••• Iran ••••••••••••••••••••••

1671.3 16.9

China: Mainland ••••••••••••

Japan •••••••••••••••••••• Korea, South ••••••••••••••• Pakistan •••••••••••••••••• Syria-Lebanon •••••••••••••• Thailand ••••••••••••••••••• Turkey ••••••••••••••••••••

-

753.7 249.0 1

4.1 1.1 21.0

623.4 5.6 27.5 1683.0 9.8

715.5 10.6 35.1 763.2 15.2

726.3 19.5 34.0 840.2 15.2

758.9 26.5 44.2 865.1 15.2

715.5 28.2 47.3 893.3 15.2

346.7 124.9 32.5 10.6 5.2 46.6

393.7 28.2 39.0 13.0 7.8 54.2

447.7 23.8 49.9 12.6 5.9 52.0

529.3 32.5 97.6 10.6 8.7 62.9

464.4 45.5 140.9 11.3 8.7 81.3

EUROPE

EUROPE Austria •••••••••••••••••••• Belgium ••••••••••••••••••• Bulgaria ••••••••••••••••••• Czechoslovakia ••••••••••••• Denmark •••••••••••••••••• Finland •••••••••••••••••••• France .••••••••••••••••••• Germany: East •••••••••••••• West ••••••••••••• Greece ••••••••••••••••••• Hungary ••••••••••••••••••• Italy ....................... Netherlands ................ Norway ................... Poland •••••••••••••••••••• Portugal ••••••••••••••••••• Romania •••••••••••••••••••

Spain ..................... Sweden ••••••••••••••••••• Switzerland •••••••••••••••• United Kingdom ............. Yugoslavia •••••••••••••••••

20.6 103.2 21.7 70.5 10.2 11.5

20.6 88.2 26.0 73.7 10.2 12.8

16.7 80.4 29.3 78.0 9.5 12.6

20.4 93.0 31.4 80.2 9.3 13.7

23.2 92.1 32.5 81.3 9.1 13.4

22.5 90.0 32.5 86.7 7.6 14.1

23.4 97.8 31.4 86.7 9.1 16.0

20.8 23.6 148.3

272.1 43.4 227.7 24.7 36.9 214.0

265.8 54.2 209.2 23.9 40.1 193.4

249.3 65.0 232.6 23.0 41.2 187.3

289.7 69.4 265.0 25.6 41.2 189.9

274.9 72.6 271.2 25.2 41.2 174.3

264.1 73.7 285.8 22.8 42.3 165.9

298.1 73.7 310.3 26.2 36.8 191.5

51.0 3.0 68.3 19.5 13.2

64.8 5.0 90.0 34.9 21.7

57.9 4.3 90.0 38.6 23.9

64.0 4.8 91.1 37.7 27.1

69.8 5.0 92.1 42.1 30.4

72.4 5.0 94.3 46.4 34.7

73.1 4.6 95.4 44.0 37.9

73.7 5.0 92.1 43.1 39.0

Pays-Bas Norvege Pologne Portugal

53.1 28.2 34.3 462.9 31.4

68.3 27.1 35.8 381.4 28.2

74.6 26.0 31.7 339.1 26.0

69.4 29.3 35.6 397.6 26.5

75.9 29.5 37.7 381.8 33.6

86.1 29.3 36.4 335.0 39.0

99.7 31.0 39.9 341.5 43.4

Espagne Suede

38.8 77.2 16.3 73.3 7.8 12.8 256.1 } 3 233.5

50.7 29.1 27.3 594.3 19.3

{

Autriche Belgique Bulgarie Tchecoslovaquie Denemark Finlande France

Allemagne: Orientale Occidentale Grike Hongrie Ita lie

Roumanie

Suisse

Royaume-Uni Yougoslavie OCEANIE

OCEANIA Australia ••••••.•.•••••••••

3.5

17.6

16.7

13.0

18.0

19.3

18.9

19.5

Australie

Source: Donnees fournies par le Comite consultatif international du colon. Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent au colon consomme dans les filatures

Source: Data furnished by the International Cotton Advisory Committee. Note. The data refer to cotton consumed in spinning mills and other factories plus estimates of non-commercial or household consumption. They do not necessarily represent the final domestic consumption of cotton in the country specified since a proportion of the finished cotton goods may be exported for final consumption elsewhere or alternately foreign-made cotton goods may, in addition, be imported for home consumption. Figures relate to twelveI Pakistan is included with India. month periods 1 August to 31 July. 2 All Korea. 3 Prewar Germany.

et autres usines et aux estimations concernant Ia consommation non com•

merciale ou domestique. En consequence, elles ne representant pas neces· sairement Ia consommation nationale definitive pour laquelle il faudralt Ienir compte de !'exportation ou de l'importation d~ produits manufactures contenant du colon. Les donnees se rapportent a des periodes de douze mois courant du 1 er aoOt au 31 juillet. 1 Pakistan compris avec l'lnde. 2 Coree entiere. 3 Allemagne d'avant-guerre.

323

CONSUMPTION

130.

Wooi-Laine

Industrial consumption- Consommation industrielle Thousand metric tons

Milliers de tonnes metriques

Aver. Moy. ------~C~o~un~t~ry~-------)~19~3_4~-~1~9.3~8 1 ___1~9~5_0__ 1 _~1~9_5~1___ 1 _~1~95~2~_ 1 ___1_9_5_3___ 1___1~9_5_4__ 1 _~1~9~5.5~----*-1~9~5~6~-)---------p~a~y~s--------·WORLD 1 A B

919 787

1 197 1 039

1 039 868

1 076 901

1 205

1 162

1 012

935

1 188 966

1 294 1 040

MONDE1 A B

AFRICA

AFRIQUE 0.5

4.5

9.5

10.0

16.5 9.0 140.5 1.5 19.1

49.0 9.0 29.0

Union of South Africa ••••.••• l)ther Africa •••••••••••••••

7.0 11.5

8.0 12.5

7.6 12.0

34.0 14.5 264.0 6.0 32.0

32.0 13.1 202.0

7.5

29.5 13.1 194.0 13.0

30.5

34.5

25.0 12.2 206.0 18.5 33.5

19.2

28.9 18.0 42.0

45.0

7.5

6.9

11.0

8.5

8.1 9.0

27.0 160.5 17.0 32.0

28.0 9.9 172.5 19.0 28.5

29.0 10.0 183.5 22.5 28.5

49.9

57.4

77.3

20.5 50.0

20.5

21.5 52.0

AMERICA, N. AND S. Argentina 2, ••••••••.••••.• Canada ••••.••••••••••••• United States 3 ••••••••••••• Uruguay 2, •••••••••••••••. Other America ••.•..•.••••.

Union Sud-Africaine Autres pays d'Afrique

AMERIQUE DU N. ET DU S.

9.1

Argentine 2

Canada Etats-Unis 3 Uruguay 2 Autres pays d'Amerique

·ASIA

ASIE

Japan .•••••••••••••.••••• Turkey •••••••••••••••••••• Other Asia ••.•.••••••.••••

16.0

40.5

20.5

56.8 20.5

47.0

47.5

50.5

Japan Turquie Autres pays d'Asie EUROPE

EUROPE

5.5

4.5

4.5

4.0

4.0

4.5

27.0 10.9 1.5 2.5

36.5

27.7

25.9

31.7

28.7

3.5 2.5

2.4 2.5

2.2

2.1

2.1

2.4

105.0 81.5 1.5 26.0

115.3 157.9 3.2 57.2

89.6 53.2 2.5

97.0

113.5 69.7

44.0

56.7

5.4 59.7

5.6

16.8

10.6

11.7

2.5 15.9

5.0 13.6 3.4 16.0 10.2

4.5 3.6 14.5

Austria ••••••••••••••••••• Belgium •••••••••••••••• • •• Czechoslovakia ••••••••••••• Denmark •••••••••••••••••• Finland .•••••••••••••••••• France •••••••••••••••••••• Germany, West •••••••••••• Ireland 5 •••••••••••••••••• Italy ••••••••••••••.•••••. Netherlands .•••••••••••••. Norway ••••••••••••••••••• Poland •••••••••••••••••••• Portugal •••••••••••••••••• Spain ••••••••••••••••••••• Sweden ••••••••••••••••••• Switzerland •••••••••••••••• United Kingdom •••••••••••• Other Europe ••••••••••••••

4

5.4 29.4

6.3 35.4

1.8 3.1

1.8 3.5

111.4

11.0

116.3 68.8 5.3 53.8 11.3

76.3 5.8 51.4 11.8

125.7 80.0 6.0 56.3 12.5

3.4

3.6

3.4

3.3

3.5

. 4.5

4.9

5.9

16.5 6.3

14.0

6.8

4.3 14.5 5.7

16.5 5.6

5.8 18.0 5.1

6.0 179.8

4.5 172.0

6.0 221.4

209.4

4.5 215.6

54.5

49.5

47.0

50.5

57.0

215.5 62 •.5

20.6 3.0

6 20.1

25.4 3.5

25.4 3.1

29.5 3.5

5.4 4.0 3.0

4.0 16.0 5.0

5.5

7.5

197.5 29.5

235.0 35.5

59.7 2.8

5.4 4.5

5.5

France Allemagne Occidentale lrlande 5

y

Ita lie Pays-Bas Norvege Pologne Portugal Espagne Suede Suisse Royaume-Unl Autres pays d'Europe OCEAN IE

OCEANIA Australia ••••••••••••••••• New Zealand 7 •••••••••••••

Autriche Belgique Tchecoslovaquie Denemark Finlande

16.0 2.0

6

26.5 3,2

6

25.2 3.0

6

3.6

Australia Nouvelle-Zelande 7

Source: Donnees fournies par le Commonwealth Economic Committee (Londres). Remarque. Les donnees correspondent C Ia consommation de Iaine vierge, exprimee en Iaine degraissee, par les industries textiles du pays indique. En consequence, elles ne representant pas necessairement Ia consommatton nationale definitive pour laquelle il faudrait Ienir compte de l'expartation ou de l'importation des produits manufactures contenanl de Ia Iaine. Dans certains cas les donnees correspondent C des estimations basees sur les disponibilites en Iaine et Ia production de l'industrie textile lainiere. La production de Iaine brute en suint se trouve au tableau 30. Les faux de conversion de Ia Iaine en suint en Iaine degraissee variant d'un pays a I' autre; par exemple, les taux approximatifs employes durant Ia campagne 1955/56 etaient les suivcnls: Australie, 0.57 1 Etats-Unis, 0.44 1 NouvelleZelande, 0.68; lnde, Pakistan et Moyen-Orient, 0.50 ou moins, et pour Ia production mondiale, environ 0,57.

Source: Data furnished by the Commonwealth Economic Committee (London). Note. The data refer to the consumption of virgin wool by the textile industries of the country specified and are expressed in terms of clean wool. They do not necessarily represent the Anal domestic consumption of wool in the country specified since a proportion of the flnished woollen goods may be exported for final consumption elsewhere or, alternately, foreign-made woollen goods may, in addition, be imported for home consumption. In a few cases the data are estimates based on available supplies end the output of the wool textile industry. Production of raw wool is shown in Table 30 on a greasy basis. Conversion factors from a 11 greasy" to a 11 clean" basis vary from country to country; for example, approximate conversion factors for 1955/56 season were: Australia, 0.57; New Zealand, 0.68; United States, 0.44; India, Pakistan and Middle East, 0.50 or less, and far world production, about 0.57. 1 A. World. B. World excluding USSR, Eastern Europe and mainland China. 2Twelve months ending 30 September of year stated. 31ncluding consumption on cotton and other spinning systems, and estimated consumption in batting and felt manufactures amounting to (in thousand metric tons): 1950: 5.4; 1951: 4.5; 1952: 4.0; 1953: 4.5; 1954: 3.5; 1955: 3.5; 1956: 3.5. 4 All Germany. 5 Actual weight. G Twelve months ending 30 June of year stated. 7 Twelve months beginning 1 April of year stated.

1 A.

Mende. B. Mende sans URSS, Europe orientale, Chine continentale. 2 Douze mois flnissant le ~0 sGptemt;)re de l'onnee indiquee. 3 Y compris Ia consommation de Iaine dans les fllatures de colon ou d'autres fibres et celle (estimee) des fabriques d'etoupins et de feutres s'elevant, en milliers de tonnes metriques, a: 1950: 5.4; 1 951: 4.5; 1952: 4.0; 1953: 4.5; 1954: 3.5; 1955: 3.5; 1 956: 3.5. 4 Allemagne entiere. 5 Poids 'effectif. G Douze mois flnissant le 30 juin de l'annee indiquee. 7 Douze mois commen~ant le 1 er avril de l'annee lndlquee.

324

·'

CONSOMMATION 131.

Rubber- Caoutchouc

Industrial consumption -

Consommation industrielle Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons Country WORLD2:

natural synthetic

11937

11938

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1 105

.943 ..

1 475 825

1 370 900

1 640 885

1 805 750

1 885 1 080

1 805 1 150

6.3

5.6

27.5 7.7

22.3 10.2

...

Pays MONDE2: nature I synthetique AFRIQUE

AFRICA U. of S. Africa s, natural •••••• synthetic •••••

-

27.3 0.2

-

19.1 0.8

26.2 1.2

29.1 2.7

U. S.-Africaine

synthetique AMERIQUE DU NORD

AMERICA, NORTH Canada: natural •••••••••••• synthetic •••••••••••

36.7

26.1

45.1 26.9

34.0 34.1

38.1 36.5

42.2 30.6

45.0 40.9

43.7 49.2

United States: natural •••••••• synthetic •••••••

552.3

444.0

461.3 771.1

461.1 820.0

562.4 797.4

605.9 646.9

645.0 909.3

571.1 888.4

-

...

-

...

Canada: noturel synthetique Etats-Unis: nature! synthetique AMERIQUE DU SUD

AMERICA, SOUTH Argentina s, natural •••••••••• synthetic ••••••••

-

Brazil: natural •••••••••••••• synthetic •••••••••••••

-

9.7 2.8

7.8

25.7 0.1

13.0 0.3

21.1 1.2

23.7 0.8

33.7 1.6

19.8 4.3

Argentine s, nature! synthetique

3.1

26.6 0.2

28.2 0.3

32.3 0.2

38.4 0.2

39.6 0.4

37.2 0.5

Bresil: nature! synthetique

lnde 6: nature!

-

ASIE

ASIA lndia6: natural ••••••.•••.••.

4

7.3

5.8

122.8

21.4

22.7

25.9

28.0

29.5

Japan: natural •••••••••.•••• synthetic •••..•••.••..

63.2

47.1

59.6 0.2

69.3 0.5

90.3 1.8

90.4 2.3

89.2 4.2

110.7 9.1

-

-

Japon: nature! synthetique EUROPE

EUROPE Belgium

a, natural ••••••••••• synthetic ••••••••••

France: natural • ••••.••••.••

15.2

-

60.0

59.1

Germany, West: natural •••••• synthetic ••••

5 99.8

5 91.6

5 2.5

55.0

a, natural ••••••••••••••

24.4

28.6

Italy

synthetic ••••.•••••••.

-

Netherlands: natural •••.••••• synthetic ••••••••

-

Sweden

4.4

a, natural ••••••••••• synthetic •••••••••••

United Kingdom: natural •••••• synthetic •••••

116.4

...

18.9 1.5

20.0 2.3

21.6 4.9

18.2 6.6

121.2 8.7

123.6 11.4

116.7 13.1

129.0 14.7

136.5 19.7

136.8 32.1

France: naturel

Allemagne Occid.: natural synthetique

I

synthetiqve

93.0 5.3

95.0 10.0

107.9 11.7

132.1 17.3

150.0 25.8

51.0 4.2

44.4 6.2

48.4 7.9

57.1 11.0

57.0 16.6

58.5 15.6

Ita lie

5.2

14.4 0.4

14.3 0.5

17.4 1.0

19.5 1.3

20.3 2.3

20.2 3.0

Pays-Bas: nature! synthetique

8.4

18.7 0.7

18.9 1.1

19.6 0.6

25.9 0.7

22.0 2.7

... ...

Suede s, natural synthetique

108.6

238.0 3.9

200.4 5.0

223.1 4.9

242.8 8.8

250.3 20.8

-

-

. ..

195.9 40.2

a, nature! synthetique

Rayaume-Uni: naturel synthetique OCEAN IE

OCEANIA Australia: natural •••••••••••• synthetic ••••••••••

synthetique

136.0 36.0

6.8

-

a, nature!

16.2 1.7

-

...

Belgique

18.8 1.3

11.5

...

synthetic .•••••••••••

a, nature!

19.6

-

12.5

-

36.5 0.2

36.6 0.4

28.9 0.3

45.9 0.5

48.8 1.2

39.0 10.7

Australia: nature! synthetique

Source: Donnees fournies par le Groupe International d'Etudes du Caoutchouc (londres). Remarque. les donnees du tableau se rapportent aux quantites de caoutchouc brut utilisees dans les pays indiques pour Ia fabrication de

Source: Data furnished by the International Rubber Study Group (london). Note. The data in this table refer to the quantities of raw rubber employed in the countries specifled far making manufactured goods. They do not, therefore, necessarily represent the flnal domestic consumption of rubber •ince a proportion of the goods may be exported for flnal consumption elsewhere or additional rubber goods of foreign origin may bei mported for home consumption. The flgures for natural rubber include latex; those for synthetic rubber relate to Buna-S, Neoprene, Butyl and Buna-N, and include latices. 1 Net imports, 1937 (excepting the Unit.. d States and the United Kingdom); 1938 (excepting the United States, India and the United Kingdom). a Net imports. 2 Excluding USSR. 4 Net imports of foreign origin plus coastwise shipments of domestic rubber. 5 All Germany. 6 1937-1938: including area now Pakistan.

produits manufactures.

En consequence, elles ne representent pas nl!ces-

sairement Ia consommation nationale deflnitive pour laquelle il faudrait tenlr compte de !'exportation ou de !'importation des produits manufactures contenant du caoutchouc. les donnees pour le caoutchouc nature! com· prennent le latex; les donnees pour le caoutchouc synthetique se rapportent aux Buna-S, Neoprene, Butyl et Buna-N, et comprennent les latex. lJmportations nettes, 1937 (sauf Etats-Unis et Royaume-Uni); 1938 (sauf Etats-Unis, lnde et le Royaume-Uni). 3 Importations nettes. 2 Non compris l'URSS. 'Importations nettes de caoutchouc d'origine etrangere plus expeditions par cabotage de caoutchouc d'origine nationale. 5 Allemagne entlere. 6 1937-1938: y compris territoire actuellement Pakistan.

325

CONSUMPTION 132.

Steel -

Acier

Apparent consumption expressed in terms of crude steel Consommation apparente exprimee en equivalent d'acier brut Per capita- Par habitant

Total- To tale Thousand metric Ions Milliers de tonnes metriques

Kilogrammes

Average- Moyenne

1936-193B 1950-1952

Country

Average- Moyenne 1954

1955

* 1956

1936-193B 1950-1952

1954

- 1955 - - - * 1956

AFRICA

Pays AFRIQUE

Algeria, •••••••••••••• Belgian Congo 1, ••••••• British East Africa 2, ••••• British West Africa 3••••• Egypt ••••••••••••••••

109 41 29 53 191

231 IB7 122 123 260

193 IB2 196 176 324

255

253

15

213 240 182 406

225

231

3.0 2.2 2.0 11.9

French West Africa 4 •••• Morocco 5, •••••••••••• Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Federation of •••••••• Tunisia •.. , ••••••••.•.. Union of South Africa ••••

25

41

102 229

88 160

195

108 194

5.4

53 39 941

147 73

192 43 I 660

202 64 I 904

4 159 188 808 77 6B3

5 021

I 501

124

183 175

1.6

256

12

68 I 928

15

26 12 6.3 3.5 12.6

20 II 9.6 4.8 14.7

26 13 11.6 4.9 17.9

26 14 8.9 4.7 9.9

Algerie Congo Beige 1 Afrique-Orient. Brit. 2 Afrique-Occid. Brit. 3 Egypte

5.7

4.7 16

6.6 19

5.8

19

23 21 118

27 12 124

28 17 139

33 18 139

Afrique-Occid. Fr. 4 Maroc 5 Rhodesie, Nyassaland, Federation de Tunisie Union Sud-Africaine

343 29 33

274 32 29 478

322 35 36 620

399 41 43 600

Canada Cuba Mexique Etats-Unis

24

96

AMERICA, NORTH Canada •••••••••••••• Cuba ••••••••••••••••• Mexico ••••••••••••••• United States ••••••••••

AMERIQUE DU NORD

I 702 74 326 40 999

4 BOB 160 857

B7 211

6 420 208 244 I 029 I 317 102456 100910

151

16 17 318

565

AMERICA, SOUTH

AMERIQUE DU SUD

Argentina ••••••••••••• Brazil •••••••••••••••• Chile ••••••••••••••••• Colombia ••••••••••••• Peru •••••••••••••••••

846 430 141 88

Uruguay ..............

venezuela .............

I 572 I 835 302 293 90

2 086 I 494 354 335 146

I 427 I 543 387 389 174

62 II 30 10 8

22 36 14 II

84 32 49 24 10

109 26

73 26

54

56

27

52

I 001 I 169 212 153 93

15

30 18

78 126

116 398

165

103 671

120

499

858

37 37

48 78

66 89

40 116

145

57

46

Argentine Bresil Chili Colombie Perou Uruguay Venezuela

ASIA

AS IE

Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam. Ceylon ••••••••••••••• China: Mainland 6, •••••• Taiwan ......... Heng Kong ............ India ................. ndonesia ••••••••••••• ran •• , •••••••••••••••

raq .................. srael ................. apan ••••••••••••••••

91 24 I 504

...

46 71 360 8226 126 37 957 5 590

10 32

Lebanon .............. Malaya n ......... pakistan .............. philippines ••••••••••••• saudi Arabia ••••••••••

7

syria ••••••• ,, ••••••••

10 32

0. 0.

Thailand •••••••••••••• Turkey ................

89

138 125

...

34 164

81

86

52

75

3 479 138 117 2 BOO

5 325

B7 I 776

lOB 47 2 765 122 120 2 244

184 107 121 177 4 827

246 100 97 312 6 413

270 307 172 261 7 282

97 174 311 148 91

109 206 223 238 37

167

51

I 242 58

I

32 98 323

75

167 ·360

256

312 280 55

90 178 464

135 194 3 591 237 252

149 295 9 956

4.0 4.1 3.3

...

39 73.8 83.4 7.B 10 942 80

140 302 321 319 90

10 9

88

10 9

155

384

29 7 8.1

...

2.3 10

I

3.0 6.6 2.2 8 44 4.9 2.4 5.6

24 118 57 75

27 4.1 7.3 15

10 5.4 15

5.6

3.4

6.1

4.6 14 53 6.0

5.7 15 51

7.4

2.6 8.4 B.6 14 81 9.3

3.0 4.9 18 IB5 72

3.3 14.7 33 149 82

2.9 11.6 29 163 Ill

Indonesia Iran lrak Israel Japan

79 30 2.9 II. I 6

118 36 3.9 12.8 9

100 41 3.9 14.3

Lib an Malaisie ll Pakistan Philippines Arabie Saoudite

21 8.4 16

24 8.8 19

22

2.5

15 7.5 15

Cambodge,Laos, Viet-Nam Ceylon Chine: Continentale 6 Taiwan Hong-Kong lnde

-

Syrie Thailande Turquie

Voir source et remarque generale a Ia page suivante. 1 Y compris Ruanda-Urundi. . 2 Kenya, Ouganda, Tanganyika, Zanzibar et Pemba, et Soma lie Britannique. 3 Sierra Leone, Ghana et Nigeria. 4 Y compris Togo [Fr.]. 5 Tanger compris pour louie Ia period e. 6 Y compris Mandchourie pour toute Ia period e. 7 1936- 1938: Pakistan compris avec l'lnde. 8 Y compris Nouvelle-Guinee occidentale. 9 1936-1938: Palestine. 10 1936-1938: Liban et Syrie. ll Federation de Malaisie et colonie de Sing a pour.

See source and general note on following page. 1Jncluding Ruanda-Urundi. 2 Kenya, Uganda, Tanganyika, Zanzibar and Pemba, and British Somaliland. 3 Sierra Leone, Ghana and Nigeria. 4 Including Tog eland [Fr.]. •Including Tangier throughout. 61ncluding Manchuria throughout. 71936- 1938: Pakistan included with India. 8 Including West New Guinea. 91936-J 938: Palestine. 10 1936-1938: Lebanon and Syria. l l Federation of Malaya and Colony of Singapore.

326

CONSOMMATION

132. Steel (continued)

-

Acier

(suite)

Apparent consumption expressed in terms of crude steel Consommation apparente exprimee en equivalent d'acier brut Totai-Totale

Per capita-Par habitant

Thousand metric tons Milliers de tonnes metriques

Kilogrammes

Average- Moyenne Country

1936-1938 1950-1952

Average- Moyenne

1954

- 1955 - - - * 1956 1936-1938 1950-1952

1954

1955

* 1956

Pays EUROPE

EUROPE

739 12 319

93 132 2 263

16 522 180

21 397 212

21 520 225

551 8 426

170

11 933 196

459 102 2 280 1 167 398

114 3 479 1 768 544

339 457 897

...

Switzerland •••••••••••• United Kingdom ••• , •• , • Yugoslavia ••• , • , ••••• ,

436 10 921 261

Romania ••••••••••••••

706 10 397

735

Spain ••••••••• , •••••• Sweden ...............

3

665 9 337

642

1 040 172 427 377 1 367

Poland •••••• , ••• ,., •• Portugal ••••••••••••••

69 180 19 95 147

1 271 2 683 275

Finland ••• , ••••••••••• 5 France 1, •••••• ,, ••••• Germany: prewar •••••• 2 17 West Germany ••• ,., Greece ........•.•.... Hungary.,,,,., •• ,.,., Ireland ........... , ••• Italy ................. Netherlands •••••• , • , •• Norway .... , ••••••••••

814

1 432 2 733 334 4 214 813

. ..

465 1 555 117 1 452 553

Austria •••••••• ,, •• ,,, Belgium-Luxembourg •••• Bulgaria ............... Czechoslovakia., •••• ,,. Denmark.,.,., ••• ,, •••

891 2 290

...

...

I

...

I

...

1 092 2 611

...

...

...

...

...

... ...

3 30

104 227 17

273

4 309 283

887 2 282

1 250 2 553

1 458 2 921

4 645 308 1 442 1 498 2 817

838 14 661 560

891 16 430 796

1 140 18 684 897

1 321 19 470 822

...

50 35 52 136 136

139 5 794 2 580 974

196

...

I

24

155 5 660 2 522 854

23 22 15 218

Autriche Belgique-Luxembourg Bulgaria Tchecoslovaquie Denemark

159 211

166 235

172 276

238 25

319 23

410 27

417 28

Finlande France 1 Allemagne: av.-guerre Allemagne Occid. Grece

...39

.45..

...

. ..

74 172 165

101 208 201

... 23 ...

. ..

157 287

182 292 36

149

167

136 195

... ...

...

132 4 826 2 210 680

183

205 296 44 319 182

129 255

I

... . ..

...

53 118 235 249

48 120 237 282

158 32

32 323

354

402

168 35 82 51 385

176 292 34

181 324 46

229 367 51

263 380 46

31

.43..

.50..

Hongrie Irian de Ita lie Pays-Bas Norvege Pologne Portugal Roumanie

Espagne Suede Suisse

Royaume-Uni Yougoslavie OCEAN IE

OCEANIA Australia .............. New Zealand ••••••••••

1 221 212

2 287 311

2 722 355

3 064 446

3 003 357

179 132

272 164

302 170

333 208

320 162

USSR .........

17 523

...

40 600

43 534

47 043

103

. ..

210

217

235

Australie Nouvelle-Zelande URSS

Source: Donnees foumies par Ia Commission economique pour !'Europe {O.N.U.). Remarque. Les donnees ant trait 0: Ia consommation apparente d'acier brut

Source: Date furnished by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Note. The data relate to the apparent consumption of crude steel {i.e. production plus imports minus exports) and thus do not take into account changes in stocks which have been considerable in many European coun· tries from one year to another. Attention should therefore be directed to the general level and trend of the data rather than to the magnitude of any one annual flgure. The external trade data employed for steel products cover: ingots and semis, all rolled products, steel tubes and fittings, steel wires, railway lyres, wheels and axles {group 681 in U.N. Standard International Trade Classification, excluding pig-iron, ferro-alloys, cast-iron pipes and iron foundry products). The conversion to crude-steel equivalent has been effected by means of the factors shown in Appendix I, For countries whose external trade statistics were not sufficiently detailed, the import data were derived from the export statistics of steel exporting countries. 1 Beginning 1950, including Saar. 2 1936-1938: including Saar. 3 Territory of 1937.

(c'est-C-dire production plus importations mains exportations) et ne tiennent

done pas compte des variations annuelles des stocks, lesquelles ont eu; considerables dans beaucoup de pays europeans. De ce fait, !'attention doit l!tre retenue beaucoup plus par le niveau general des donnees et par Ia tendance qu'elles expriment que par l'ardre de grandeur d'une dannee annuelle quelconque. Les donnees du commerce ext9rieur utilisees pour les produits sid9rurgiques portent sur: leslingots el demi-produits, tous les produits lamines, les tubes et garnitures d'acier, les fils d'acier, les roues, bandages et essieux du materiel de voie {groupe 681 de Ia. Classification type pour le commerce international des Nations Unies, a !'exclusion de Ia fonte, des ferro-alliages, des tuyaux en fonte moulee et des produits de fonderies de fonte), La conversion en equivalent d'acier brut a ete effectuee en utilisant les facteurs menlionnes dans l'annexe I. Pour les pays doni les statistiques du commerce ext9rieur n'9taient pas suffisamment d9tai119es, les donnees des importations on! ete calculees a partir des statistiques d'exportations des pays exportateurs d'acier. 1 A partir de 1950, y compris Ia Serre. 2 1936-1938: y compris Ia Serre. 3 Territoire de 1937.

327

CONSUMPTION

133.

Tin- Etain

Industrial consumption- Consommation industrielle Tonnes metrique~

Metric tons Country

1937

1938

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

*1956

Pays

WORLD (excl. USSR)

166 900

136 500

142 000

134 500

136 000

144 500

157 000

163 000

MONDE (sans URSS)

75 400

48 400

45 400

50

300

99 1 520

220 83

41

200 76

I 420

I 420

I 470

300 180 100 I 550

4 257

3 967

3 662 85 710 55 300

4 082 85

4 151 85

660 60 788

610 61 440

Canada Cuba Mexlque Etals-Unis

I 580 2 230 500 100

Argentine Bresil Chili Uruguay

AFRIQUE

AFRICA Algeria ••••• , •• , •••••• Egypt ................. Morocco 1, ••••••••• ,,, Rhodesia, Southern., , , , , Union of South Africa ••••

79

46

34

115

419

491 21 33 463

400 250 84

400 250

I 370

2 091 229 190 48 887

4 807 85 500 57797

21

40 654

AMERIQUE DU NORD

AMERICA, NORTH Canada .............. Cuba ................. Mexico .•• •••••••••••• Unlfed States •••••• , , , ,

2 271 220 *183 74 098

85

85

490

630 54 825

46 050

AMERIQUE DU SUD

AMERICA, SOUTH Argentina ••••••••••••• Brazil ................ Chile ................. Uruguay •••• ,, .. ,,,,,,

Algerie Egypte Maroc I Rhod esie du Sud Union Sud-Africaine

1 115 937 211 127

I 135 693 163 100

I 370 I 780 370

I 420 1 730

1 520 1 680

450

440

95

95

95

I 620 1 780 500 100

I 620 1 780

500 100

AS IE

ASIA Ceylon,, •••••••• ,.,., China.,,,,, ••• ,,,,,,, India ••••••••••••••••• Indonesia., •• , •• ,,,, •• Israel ••••••••••••••••• Japan., •••••• ,, .. ,,,, Thailand •• ,.,,,.,,., •• Turkey .... ,, ..........

73

406 22 878

457 31 10 160 50

28 400 2 2 695 423 23 10 200

34 900 14 000 312

50

180 BOO

592

637

45 4 157

9 3 700

10 3 700

4 300 514

4 200

9 1 500 4 000 276 13 4 609 180 BOO

5 1 900 3 800 202 180 800

36 2 400 4 100 330 86 6 096 lBO 800

460

510

55 5 588

90 6 604 lBO 800

488 98 9 970 lBO 790

Ceylon Chine In de Indonesia Israel Japan Thailande Turquie EUROPE

EUROPE Austria ...... ,,,,,,, ••• Belgium-Luxembourg •••• Bulgaria .............. Czechoslovakia ••••••••• Denmark ... , ..........

659 I 043 214 1 760

B20 I BBO 172 1 586

547

522

Finland.,, ............ France ................ Germany, West •••••••• Greece •...•..•......• Hungary ..............

299 9 322 3 13 447 232 633

335 9 194 315 274

Italy .................. Netherlands ••••••••••• Norway ............... Poland ...... ,,,,,, •••• Portugal •••••••••• ,,.,

3 657 2 906 483 1 291

4 709 I 895 425

Romania •••••••••••••• Spain.,, •••••••••••••• Sweden,,,,, ••••••••• Switzerland ••••••• , •••• Unlfed Kingdom •••••••• Yugoslavia ••••• , • , ....

254

254 737

1 848 217

406 993 I 913 I 118 26 388 331

I 1 1 18

328 200

767

550 2 499

560

510

460

I 79B 120 1 500 890

I 244 120 I 600 1 160

I IB3 120 1 700 2 690

1 836 120 1 700 4 220

2 054 120 1 700 5 030

120 1 700 5 080

410 8 000 17 626 220 280

380 7700 7 387 210 240

380 8 100 5 907 210 240

380 9 100

430 9 800 8 296 210 240

430 10 600 8 589 210 190

2 950 2 450 451 2 000

2 550 8 800 385 1 900 250

3 050 2 555 410 1 700 250

3 500 2 728

810 760 22 060

240 850 910 760 23 240

240 850 860 790 22 589

460

510

490

2 450 320

2 490 410

2 490 380

250 280 I 040 970 810

279 584 356

24 275

2 223 260

2 500 310

360

2 850

4 400 346 1 800

6 672 210

240 3 050 3 500 350 1 700

250

250

240 850

240

240 910 860 760 22 916 380

19 185 410

2 400 320

2 350 260

810 760

850

490 1 700 240

Finlande France

Allemagne Occidentale Grece Hongrie (folie Pays-Bas Norvege Pologne Portugal Roumanie

Espagne Suede Suisse Royaume-Uni Yougoslavie OCEAN IE

OCEANIA Australia .............. New Zealand ..........

Aulriche Belgique-Luxembourg Bulgaria Tchecoslovaquie Denemark

2 281 278

Australia Nouvelle-Zelande

Source: Donnees fournies par le Conseil international de l'etain (Londres). Ramarque. Les donnees ci-dessus se rapporlent a Ia consommalion d'etain par l"s industries du pays indique. En consequence, elles ne reprlisenlent pas necessairement Ia consommction nationale definitive pour laquelle II faudrait Ienir compte de l'exporlotion ou de l'importotion des produits manufactures contenant de J'etain. Les donnees d'avant·guerre, sauf pour le Canada, les Etats-Unis, Ia Suede, et le Royaume-Uni, se rapportent a Ia

Source: Data furnished by the International Tin Council (London). Note. The data In this lobi" refer to the consumption of tin metal by the manufacturing industries of the country specified. They do not necessarily represent the final domestic consumption of tin, since a proportion of the goads thus manufactured may be exported for final consumption elsewhere or lin-containing goods of foreign manufacture may be imported for home consumption. The prewar figures, except those for Canada, the United Stales, Sweden and the United Kingdom, relate to "apparent consumption", i.e. production plus Imports minus exports. The postwar figures for Canada, the United States, Indonesia, Belgium-Luxembourg, Japan, the Netherlands, West Germany and the United Kingdom relate to real or reported consumption. Other figures are either apparent or estimated consumption. 1 Former French Zone only. 21ncluding area now Pakistan. 8 All Germany,

11

consommatlon apparente", c'cst·C-dire 0 Ia production plus les importations

mains les exportations. Les donnees d'aprcs-guerre pour le Canada, les Etats-Unis, l'lndonesie, le Japan, I'AIIemagne occidentale, !'Union belgoluxembourgeoise, les Pays-Bas et le Royaume-Uni se rapportent a Ia consommation reelle ou declaree. Les autres donnees correspondent a Ia consommation apparente ou son! des estimations. 1 Ancienne zone fran;aise seulement. 2 Y compris lerritoire acluellement Pakistan, s Allemagne enliere.

328

CONSOMMATION 134.

Phosphatic fertilizers -

Consumption in terms of phosphoric acid (P 20sl -

Engrais phosphates

Consommation exprimee en acide phosphorique (P2Q5) Milliers de tonnes metriques

Thousand metric tons Country WORLD (excl. USSR)

1938 -- - _Ji_~~ ~0/51 3 500

5 400

5 800

1951/52

1952/53

1953/54

1954/55

1955/56

*1956/57

Pays

5 800

6 100

6 500

7 000

7 100

7 300

MONDE (sans I'URSS) AFRIQUE

AFRICA Egypt ••.•••..••••.•.• North Africa 1•••.•.••. Union of South Africa •••

8.7 32.0 40.1

14.0 2 36.0 90.0

3

21.9 46.8 108.0

16.5 42.3 99.9

17.3 242.1 105.2

15.0 54.4 2 109.9

... 65.3 112.7

63.2 48.0 121.4

74.0 43.1 121.5

AMERIQUE DU NORD

AMERICA, NORTH Canada .•.•.•.•••.•.. Cuba .••.••.....•.•.• Mexico ............•..

United States 4.•.•••.•

36.4

... ...

675.0

113.2 10.2 4.3 1 869.0

105.3 19.3 7.5 2 028.0

119.0

113.6

11.1 1.996.0

14.3 2 163.0

...

. ..

105.0 7.5 28.4 2 146.4

125.1 5.0 13.9 2 158.2

107.5 9.2 12.9 2 129.4

108.0

...

29.7 2 129.3

Canada Cuba Mexique Etats-Unis 4 AMERIQUE DU SUD

AMERICA, SOUTH Brazil ••.•••. , .•.••••• Chile .•.•. , .•.•.•••.• Peru .•.•.•• , ...•.•.•

Egypte Afrique du Nord 1 Union Sud-Africaine

...

...

15.2 22.8

6.9 17.3

. ..

16.0 24.0

... 20.8 29.8

. .. 29.8 24.5

12.5 34.1 31.0

32.8 33.3 30.1

26.6 14.5 25.8

2.4 24.8 19.9 7.0 7.5

2.2 24.6 14.2 2 9.7 9.8

1.6 30.8 15.4 7.0 13.2

1.5 26.2 12.2

. .. 15.4 21.3

Bresil Chili Perou

AS IE

ASIA Ceylon •.•. , .•.•.•••.• China: Taiwan •....•.• India •.••••• , ••.•••.• Indonesia .••. ,., .•.•.. Israel •. , •.•••••.•• , •• Japan 6, •••• , . , •••••• Korea, South ••• , ••.••• Philippines •.••.•• , .••• Turkey ••.•.•.••••••.•

0.5 5 8.3 1.7 0.8 323.1 45.7

... -

!

1.0 11.1 8.0 1.3 7.4 232.6 53.3

...

2.2

2.1 15.0 14.0 1.1 6.5 237.7 1.2 6.6 2.6

0.2 18.2 10.4 8.3 9.9 240.0 19.5 11.6 7.4

247.0 1.0 16.4 5.0

...

19.3 218.6 6.6

1.6 27.5 14.0

Ceylon Chine: Taiwan In de

...

...

Indonesia

14.9

14.2

Israel

263.3 10.7 7.0 11.6

319.7 28.2 9.4 10.5

330.6 66.0 12.8 2.0

59.8 109.6 107.8 80.3

Autriche Belgique-Luxembourg Tchechoslovaquie Denemark Fin Iande France Allemagne Occidentale8 Grece Irian de Ita lie

Japan 6 Coree du Sud Philippines Turquie EUROPE

EUROPE 33.4 95.7 260.0 81.7. 55.3

39.2 84.3 260.0 84.5 61.2

297.4 410.3 7.7 28.6 262.0

386.6 336.0 2 25.0 35.7 247.6

411.6 411.4 19.0 50.3 303.0

105.7 15.3 30.4 60.3 53.2 12.9 170.0

125.0 37.0

120.0 34.2 57.0 136.0 105.4 33.0 380.3

Austria •. ,., .•.•••.••• Belgium-Luxembourg ..•• Czechoslovakia •••••••• Denmark .••••. ,.,., .• Finland .•.•.•.•••.•.•

11.1 7100.9 44.9 64.3 26.6

France •••.•. ,.: .•••.• Germany, West 8 ••• , .• Greece ...•.•.•••.•.• Ireland •••.•••.•.•. , .• Italy •..••.•.•••.•.••. Netherlands .•••.•. , .• Norway ••••••.•.•• , •• Portugal ..•.•.•••••.• Spain ••••••• , ••.••..• Sweden ••••.•••.••••• Switzerland •••••••.••• United Kingdom .••••.•

...

126.5 98.9 30.5 413.2

40.4 87.8

26.5 89.4

44.9 102.3

41.4 97.2

. ..

82.477.4

96.5 63.8

96.2 65.9

90.1 63.8

47.5 102.0 275 98.7 68.7

447.0 471.9 23.3 32.2 296.3

451.4 393.8 23.1 40.8 338.7

587.9 447.2 32.3 53.3 396.1

568.5 508.8 66.1 48.9 422.2

629.3 463.6 30.6 52.6 420.7

667.8 536.6 40.0 49.8 410.0

96.0 35.5 9 56.0 188.8 97.8 27.6 250.9

115.0 37.9 956.0 206.2 103.6 29.5 363.0

119.7 37.2 965.3 225.0 105.9 36.8 354.7

108.4 38.0 64.6 260.0 104.l 39.5 332.4

110.6 35.2 68.6 268.2 103.9 41.0 370.3

110.9 43.3 69.0 275.6 . 107.0 41.0 363.0

...

...

...

...

Pays-Bas Norvege Portugal Espagne Suede Suisse

Royaume-Uni OCEAN IE

OCEANIA Australia .••.•..•....• New Zealand ..•.•.•••

222.3 104.5

331.0 144.4

346.0 143.5

341.3 132.7

353.2 136.4

395.5 163.9

437.9 205.6

474.8 210.5

453.3 198.6

Australia Nouvelle-Zelande

Source: Organisation des Notions Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent a l'acide phosphorique commercial. (P205) et englobent le contenu en P205 des superphosphotes, du phosphate d'ammoniaque et des scories de dephosphoration. Afin d'eviter les doubleemplois, le contenu en p205 des phosphates naturels broyes est exclu. Annees d'opres-guerre: 1 er juillet au 30 juin.

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Note. The dote refer to commercial phosphoric acid (P20sl and cover the P20s content of superphosphotes, ammonium phosphate and basic slag; to avoid duplication, the P20 5 content of ground phosphate rock is excluded. Postwar years relate to twelve-month periods 1 July-30 June. 1 Algeria, Tunisia and former French Zone of Morocco. 2 Estimated. 3 Including "super-rawphosphate 3:2." 41ncluding dependencies. 5 Twenty-two provinces and Taiwan. 61ncluding Ryukyu Islands. 7 1937. 8 Consumption in East Germany was estimated in 1938 at 182, in 1950/51 at 76 and in 1955/56 at 150 thousand metric tons. 9 Calender year (1951 /52= 1952, etc.).

1 Algerie, Tunisie et ancienne zone fran!faise du Maroc.

2 Estimation.

3 Y compris "super-rowphosphate 3:2." 4 Y compris les dependences. 5 22 provinces et Taiwan. 6 Y compris les iles RyO-KyO. 7 1937. 8 On o estime Ia consommation dans I'AIIemagne orientale en 1938 a 182, en 1950/51 a 76, et en 1955/56 a 150 milliers de tonnes metriques. 9 Annee civile (1951 /52= 1952, etc.).

329

CONSUMPTION 135.

Nitrogenous fertilizers -

Consumption in terms of nitrogen (N) -

Engrais azotes

Consommation exprimee en azote (N)

Thousand metric tons Country

Milliers de tonnes metriques

1938 _!~9/50 -----

WORLD (excl. USSR) ••

1950/51

1951/52

2 400

3 500

3 900

4 200

76.0

93.0

9.3

9.0

112.5 212.2 12.0

105.6 2 9.6 14.0

1952/53 _!i_S~~~ _!954~~ _!i_S.Y~~ ~~~~I_ 5 000

5 500

Pays

5 900

6 300

6 600

MONDE (sans I'URSS)

112.1 16.3 25.6

115.2 15.3 28.0

123.3 15.3 28.0

Egypte Afrique du Nord 1 Union Sud-Africaine

AFRICA

AFRIQUE

Egypt ................ North Africa 1, •••••••• Union of South Africa •••

...

. ..

103.9 7.8 11.9

111.2 13.8 212.9

AMERICA, NORTH

AMERIQUE DU NORD

Canada •••••••••••••• Cuba ................ Mexico ............... United States 3, • , , , , , ,

10.0 0.2 2.8 346.0

31.2 15.9 3.4 935.0

32.7 19.9 12.5 1 166.0

40.0 25.7 14.0 1 293.0

37.4

46.1 6.6 59.3 1 832.8

...

16.4 1 636.0

49.5 7.8 31.2 2 048.0

47.6 2 8.2 112.8 1 753.3

48.0 ... 144.5

Canada Cuba Mexique Etats-Unis 3

1 751.5

AMERICA, SOUTH

AMERIQUE DU SUD

Argentina ............ Brazil ................ Chile ••• , .......... ,. Peru .................

0.5 1.9 9.7 19.4

2 6.0 210.0 7.0 36.4

2 6.5 212.0 8.7 37.7

2 6.5 213.0 10.0 37.4

210.3 14.5 16.5 48.5

10.3 213.0 13.9 33.6

28.9 22.3 14.5 47.5

6.6 24.0 25.1 43.6

6.1 24.0 31.5 36.8

Argentine Bresil Chili Perou

ASIA

AS IE

Ceylon ............... China: Taiwan ••••.•••• India ••••.••••••.•••. Indonesia .......... , .• Israel ................

8.6 459.3 16.0 18.9

Japan 5, ............. Korea, South •••• , • , , • , Pakistan .......... , ••. Philippines ............ Turkey ...............

252.8 6130.8 6.0 6.6 0.2

I

12.5 42.6 64.2 12.4 3.8

303.1 2.6 108.9 7.2 214.0 6.3

I

i2.9 61.3 46.6 10.3 7.5

15.8 76.2 50.9 10.8 4.3

13.6 71.3 104.8 16.9 8.1

18.0 74.5 84.9 218.9 11.4

20.6 82.4 110.5 22.0 9.6

442.0 14.6 26.0 13.6

392.0 49.3 3.1 24.1 6.0

403.0 125.9 5.3 26.7 9.4

485.9 90.6 10.8 2 28.7 4.3

520.9

...

...

12.1 13.0 9.5

'21.2

~75.7 141.7

84.1 154.4

12.1

...11.6

579.7 146.5 10.2 2,30.0 9.3

587.1 156.0 31.1 36.0 6.1

...

Ceylon Chine: Taiwan In de

0 ••

Indonesia

Israel Japan 5 Coree du Sud Pakistan Philippines Turquie

EUROPE

EUROPE

Austria ............... Belgium-Luxembourg •••• Czechoslovakia •••.•••• Denmark ••••••••.••.• Finland ............... France ............. ,. Germany, West 7,.,,,, Greece ............... Ireland ........ , .•••.• Italy .................

8

5.2 62.7 20.4 51.3 8.4

17.6 81.6 235.0 60.0 13.3

22.7 81.1 240.0 70.0 17.4

28.7 84.8

23.7 87.1

28.8 100.3

70.7 25.2

80.9 25.9

218.0 343.4 8.6 7.2 128.5

3 229.2 327.6 2 25.0 6.2 119.9

262.1 361.6 2 22.0 8.2 156.5

250.8 386.4 30.1 7.8 161.3

95.3 10.5

166.0 30.7 275.6 833.0 56.6

78.5 34.1

29.8 97.0 277.0 76.1 35.5

31.8 89.0 2 80.0 88.7 36.2

...

268.1 419.0 28.1 9.3 181.3

295.3 440.0 37.3 12.0 209.0

347.9 452.5 243.8 14.7 237.9

381.1 471.6 i41.6 13.6 253.9

402.9 527.3 55.0 14.5 268.0

156.6 33.4 275.0 8 27.5 111.3

159.1 36.0 8148.0 834.5 113.0

171.9 34.1 57.6 117.6

...

187.0 35.6 137.7 46.9 142.6

184.3 37.7 2153.0 47.3 171.7

189.4 45.0 200.0 47.0 168.7

Pays-Bas Norvege Pologne Portugal Espagne Suede

...

...

...

97.8 43.7

Netherlands ••••• , ••.•• Norway .............. Poland .......... , •••. Portugal •••••.• , .•••• Spain ................

17.0 32.0

143.2 36.9 270.0 8 31.9 58.5

Sweden ........ ,, ••.• Switzerland ........... United Kingdom .. , , •.• Yugoslavia ............

29.7 2.3 60.0 0.5

59.6 8.0 209.2 7.4

68.0 7.9 218.8 6.1

62.5 8.5 185.7 4.4

71.5 11.0 233.8 9.7

78.1 10.0 246.7 218.5

77.2 11.0 253.5 22.3

83.8 11.0 297.0 37.8

90.0 11.0 311.0 66.8

13.0 4.8

15.4 2.8

16.2 ! 3.3

16.9 3.7

16.3 3.5

17.2 4.3

24.2 3.6

18.3 5.8

29.2 5.8

...

Autriche Belgique-Luxembourg Tchecoslovaquie Dane mark Fin Iande

37.6 90.6

France

Allemagne Occid. 7 Grece

Irian de Ita lie

Suisse

Royaume-Uni Yougoslavie

OCEANIA Australia .••.•••.. ,, •• New Zealand ••••• ,, .•.

OCEANJE

Source: Data furnished by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Note. The data refer to the nitrogen (N) content of commercial inorganic fertilizers, cyanamide, urea and some guano. For a list of the principal nitrogen fertilizers see Table 103. Postwar figures relate to twelve-month periods 1 July-30 June. ~-Estimated. 1 Algeria, Tunisia and former French Zone of Morocco. 3Jncluding dependencies. 4 Twenty-two provinces and T~iwan. 5Jncluding Ryukyu Islands. 6 All Korea. 7 Consumption in East Germany was estimated in 1938 at 21 8, in 1950/51 at 193 and in 1955/56 at 240 thousand metric tons. 8 Calendar year (1949 /50= 1950, etc.).

Australie Nouvelle-Zelande

Source: Donnees fournies par I'Organisation des Nations Unies pour I' alimen-

tation et l'agriculture.

Remarque, Les donnees se rapportent au contenu en azote (N) des engrals commerciaux inorganiques, cyanamide, uree et du guano. Voir tableau 103 pour une liste des principaux angrais azotes. Annees d'apres-guerre:

1 er juillet au 30 juin. 1 Alg€rie,

Tunisie et ancienne zone fran~aise du Maroc.

2

Estimation.

3 Y compris les dependences. 4 Vingt-deux provinces et Taiwan. 5 Y campris les iles RyO-KyO. 6 Coree entiere. · 7 On a estime Ia consommation dans I'AIIemagne orientale en 1938 a 218, en 1950/51 a 193, et en 1955/56 a 240 milliers de tonnes metriques. 8Annee civile (1949/50=1950, etc.).

330

CONSOMMATION

136.

Potash fertilizers- Engrais potassiques

Consumption in terms of K 20 - Consommction exprimee en K 20 Milliers de !annes mlitriques

Thousand metric tons _!949/5~ 1950/51

Country

1938

WORLD (excl. USSR)

2 500

3 BOO

4 100

1951/52

1952/53

1953/54

1954/55

1955/56

*1956/57

Pays

4 600

4 900

5 400

5 600

5_i900

6 200

MONDE (sons l'URSS) AFRIQUE

AFRICA Egypt •••••••••••••••• North Africo 1 ••••••••• Union of South Africa •..

-

0.2 10.8 2.9

000

6.0

0.3 19.1 7.5

0.1 13.6 8.6

1.5 18.6 8.1

0.5 19.4 21.7

0.5 216.8 211.8

...

16.7 22.0

000

17.1 24.0

AMERIQUE DU NORD

AMERICA, NORTH Canada •.•.•••..•••.. Cul'>a •...•...•••.•••. Mexico ••.••••••••••••

United States 3 ••.••••.

Egypte Afrique du Nord 1 Union Sud-Africoine

56.4 11.4 0.8 1 020.0

21.2

-

1.1

357.0

56.8 16.2 1.7 1 311.0

71.0

66.0

...

5.1 1 434.0

...

2.4 1 578.0

74.7 7.7 1.8 1 691.0

76.9

. ..

0.4 1 661.0

106.1 2 7.8 5.5 1 700.8

. .. 000

4.3 1 702.4

Canada Cuba Mexique Etats-Unis 3 AMERIQUE DU SUD

AMERICA, SOUTH Brazil .•••.••••••.•••. Chile ••..••••••••••.. Colombia ••••••••••••• Peru •.•••••••.••••...

... 000

6.4

28.0 1.6

212.0 3.1

6.0

6.2

...

'

...

214.0 4.5 7.0 5.3

216.0 3.5 8.0 2.4

23.5 2.1 29.5 5.1

40.9 5.6 8.5 4.9

37.0 5.9 12.4 7.5

000

6.2 5.0 6.6

Bresil Chili Colombie Perou

AS IE

ASIA Ceylon •..••.•.••.•••. China: Taiwan ••••.••.. India •.••.•.•.•.•...• Indonesia •.•••.•.•...• JapanS •..•••.•••.... Korea, South .••••.•.•. Philippines ••.•••••.••• Turkey ..•••....•....•

4.3 43.0

...1.8

I

112.5

... -

0.2

9.0 0.4 1.0 2.2 120.0 4.3

... 21.0

11.3 4.4 24.0 22.2 92.9 2.0 0.3

...

12.5 16.0 7.2 0.4 140.0

-

4.6 3.3

9.2 14.1 3.0 0.4 210.0 7.0 5.0 2.5

13.2 13.4 5.3 20.7 324.4 2.7 25.8 9.9

18.3 6.5 15.7 2.5 372.0 0.9 3.4 0.6

212.7 17.9 16.7 24.0 385.9 8.8 24.5 6.3

50.2 140.4

43.5 154.0

13.0 24.8 13.3

...

470.5 10.4 000

7.8

Ceylon Chine: Taiwan In de lndonesie Japon 5 Coree du Sud Philippines Turquie EUROPE

EUROPE 38.8 148.0

28.0 137.2

36.6 149.3

70.2 157.4

10.0 61.3 28.9 45.8 16.2

24.7 96.9 8 24.5 84.1 24.9

27.1 101.9 103.0 31.2

130.4 41.7

153.4 47.1

152.2 52.3

144.7 48.8

157.1 55.5

169.6 70.2

Greece .•••...•••.•.• Ireland .••••••••••.••• Italy •••.•••.•••......

306.3 604.2 4.3 7.7 17.8

354.6 589.5 25.0 9.5 16.0

390.2 659.0 10.0 21.4 19.0

411.0 723.3 4.5 19.8 25.8

370.6 770.8 3.3 24.2 34.9

450.6 829.9 6.5 36.8 37.7

517.8 859.2 24.4 37.9 46.6

581.3 846.9 3.9 37.6 57.0

579.8 878.5 5.4 40.0 63.8

Netherlands ••.•••••.•• Norway ..•..•.•.•••.. Portugal ••••.••......• Spain •..••.••..•••.•• Sweden •.•...••..•...

119.7 21.5 1.0 28.1 55.3

153.0 50.2 24.0 235.0 53.6

155.0 41.3 5.0 235.0 54.4

160.0 44.9 6.0 55.0 62.8

157.9 47.6 7 3.0 46.5 67.8

162.4 46.6 77.4 74.6 74.2

146.1 47.6 2 6.9 69.4 83.3

165.4 48.7 9.9 82.4 86.9

151.6 56.7 9.0

21.0 259.0 13.8

22.0 312.0 22.7

20.0 321.0 26.0

Austria •••••••••••.••.

Belgium-Luxembourg ••.. Czechoslovakia ••....•. Denmark .•.••.•••.... Finland ...••••.•..•... France •••••••••••••.•• Germany, West 6 ••••••

Switzerland ••.•.•..••. United Kingdom ••...•.. Yugoslavia .•••••••••••

8.2 75.0 0.4.

13.3 239.0 2.0

...

13.0 230.0 4.5

000

17.3 172.3 1.9

...

19.0 235.0 4.6

...

19.0. 256.4 219.0

...

. ..

. ..

000

89.9

Autriche Belgique-Luxembourg Tchecoslovaquie Denemark

Finlande France

Allemagne Occid. 6 Grece lrlande Ita lie Pays-Bas Norvege Portugal Espagne Suede Suisse

Royaume-Uni Yougoslavie OCEANIE

OCEANIA Australia .•...•..•.••. New Zealand ..•.•..•.

6.2. 6.7

7.8 4.3

7.6 7.4

9.6 12.2

8.6 10.8

13.2 20.1

16.3 24.8

23.2 21.2

17.6 22.5

Australie Nouvelle-Zelande

Source: Donnees fournies par !'Organisation des Nations Unies pour !'alimentation et !'agriculture.

Source: Data furnished by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Note. The figures refer to K20 content of commercial potash: muriate, nitrate and sulphate of potash, manure salts, kainit and nitrate of soda potash. Postwar years relate to twelve-month periods 1 July-30 June. 1 Algeria, Tunisia and former French Zone of Morocco. 2 Estimated. 3tncluding dependencies.

Remarque.

Les donnees se rapportent au contenu en K2Q des produits

commerc!aux sui vents: muriate, nitrate et sulfate de potasse, sels d'engrcis, kainite et nitrate de soude potassique. Annees d'opres-guerre: douze mois

du 1er iuillet au 30 iuin. 1 Algerie, Tunisie et ancienne zone fran;cise du Maroc.

2 Estimation. 3 Y compris les dependences. 4Vingt-deux provinces et Taiwan. 5 Y compris les iles RyO-KyO. 6 On a estime Ia consommation dans I'AIIemagne orientale en 1938 a 323, en 1950/51 a 366 et en 1955/56 a 450 milliers de tonnes metriques. 81948/49 7 Annee civile (1952/53=1953, etc.).

4Twenty-two provinces and Taiwan. 5 Including Ryukyu Islands. 6 Consumption in East Germany

was estimated in 1938 at 323, in 1950/51 at 366 and in 19 55/56 at 450 thousand metric tons. 8 1948/49 7 Calendar year (1952/53 = 1953, etc.).

331

TRANSPORT -

TRANSPORTS

137. World railway traffic - T!l'afic mondial des chemins de fer Freight net ton-kilometres- Merchandises tonnes-kilometres nettes WORLD MONDE

AFRICA AFRIQUE

Year Annee

I

AMERICA, N. AMERIQUE DU NORD

I

AMERICA, S. AMERIQUE DU SUD

ASIA 1

EUROPE 2 ----::E-as--:t-er-n'2',•a---,-I-----:W-;-;-e--:st--:e-rn--

I

I

OCEANIA

ASIE'-1----L--=O..:.r_ie_n.:..:ta:cl_2_,a_ _,__ __cOo..c:..:c'-idc..:e:c:.n::..ta::.:l.:.e_ __,_____..::O..cC:..:E:o.A:.:.N.:.:IE=---

Thousand million net ton-kilometres- Milliards de tonnes-kilometres nettes 14.6

1929 •••• 1930 •••• 1931. ••• 1932 ••.•

1 149 1 030 903 771

14.4 11.6 10.3

1933 •••• 1934 •••• 1935 •••• 1936 •••• 1937 •••• 1938 ••••

798 884 961 1 128 1 220 1 129

11.3 12.9 14.5 15.7 19.5 18.5

401 434

1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 •••• 1949 •••• 1950 ••••

1 1 1 1 1

558 697 812 743 940

1951 •••• 1952 •.•• 1953 •••• 1954 •••• 1955 •••• 1956 ••••

2 157 2 2 2 2 2

188 249 241 515 713

714 612 496 381

17.7 15.6 15.8 14.2

--------334-------326 320 307 308 353 403 476

14.1

57.5

15.4

471

16.9 17;7 19.4 18.6

63.6 64.6 68.9 71.7 73.7

26.5 27.3 30.6 33.2 35.4

959 1 058 1 032 864 955

24.6 23.4 25.5 25.8 27.0

69.7 70.3 78.3 93.8 118

38.4 39.6 41.7 44.2 47.7 49.1

1 053 1 013 994 901 1 023 1 077

28.6 27.5 27.3 27.7 28.6 28.7

141 150 169 184 199 231

455 542

575

I

61.1 56.0 53.3 52.4

7.1

6.6 6.1 6.1 6.3 6.0

6.6 7.0 7.4 8.0

527 539 341 364 462 540 619

128 144 172 174 174

10.2 10.5 11.4 12.0 12.0

691 754 822 883 998 1 099

194 191 182 187 204 214

12.2 12.9 12.6 13.3 13.9 13.9

Index numbers: 1953 = 100: Indices 1929 •••• 1930 •••• 1931 •••• 1932 •.•• 1933 .••• 1934 •••• 1935 •••• 1936 ••.• 1937 •••• 1938 •••.

51

1946 •••• 1947 •••• 1948 ••.• 1949 ••.• 1950 ••••

46 40 34

35 35 28 25

72 62 50 38

35 39 43 50 54 50

27 31 35 38 47 44

40 44 46 55 58 47

52

69

64 65 73 80

86

as

96 106 104 87 96

96 97 100 100 112 121

92 95 100 106 114 118

106 102 100 91 103 108

75 81

77

1951. ••• 1952 .••• 1953 .••. 1954 ••.• 1955 ...• 1956 ••.•

3%

World Africa America, North America, South

Asia Europe, Eastern }

Western

10 1 7 9

4

1946-1950 4% 4 1 7 10

49 49

62 65 71 68

34 38 38 41 42 44

31 35 40 47 52 54

50 48 52 55 59 64

90 86 94 95 99

41 42 46 56 70

105 101 100 102 105 105

83 89 100 109 118 137

57 58 52

56

{~

41 44 56 66

75

70 79 94 95 96

81 84 91 95 95

84 92 100 107 121 134

106 105 100 103 112 117

97 103 100 106 111 110

Remarque. Ce tableau a ete prepare par le Bureau de statistique des Nations Unies. Les donnees excluent le traflc afferent aux chemins de fer eux-mllmes ainsi que les operations des chemins de fer non ouverls au traflc public. Les series de cheque continent san! fondees principalement sur les donnees officielles des pays et lerritoires qui en font partie. Le Bureau de statistique a estime tautes les donnees qui n'etaient pas disponibles. La marge d'erreur resultant de ces estimations est indiquee ci-dessous:

1951-1954 4% 3

1 traffic of railways in Asian USSR. 21ncluding traffic of railways in Asian USSR. 3 Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania and USSR. Oceania

57 52

33 32 32 31

Note. This table has been prepared by the Statistical Office of the United Nations. The figures exclude the railways' own service traffic and the operations of railways not open Ia public traffic. The series for each conti· nental area is, for the most part, based on official figures of the countries and territories within the area. Where such data were lacking for a country In a period, estimates made by the Statistical Offlce have been used. The margins of error resulting from these estimates are as follows: Prewar Avant-guerre

I

36 33 32 31

65

1 3 6 6 3 1

1 Excluding

333

1955 1956 4% 4% Mende 3 3 Afrique 1 1 Amerique du Nord 3 4 Ametique du Sud 6 6 Asie 7 7 Europe, orientale 3 3 occidentale Oceanie 1 1 1 Non compris le traflc des chemins de fer de Ia partie de I'URSS situee en Asie. 2 Y compris le traflc des chemins de fer de Ia partie de I'URSS situee en Asie. 3 Allemagne orientale, Bulgarie, Hongrie, Pologne, Roumanie, Tchecoslovaquie et URSS.

TRANSPORT 138. A.

Passenger-kilometres

Railways : traffic- Chemins de fer : trafic B.

Net ton-kilometres- A.

Voyageurs-kilometres

B.

Tonnes-kUomEttres netfes

Millions

Country- Pays

Millions Traffic Traflc

1929

1937

1938

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

*1956

AFRICA- AFRIQUE Algeria 1_ Algerie 1, ••••••

A B2

Angola ••.•••••••••••••• ,

A B

Belgian Congo •. , , , , ••• , , , Congo Beige

A B

British East Africa 3••••••••• Afrique Orientale Br,3

s2

Cameroons [Fr.] ••••••••••• Cameroun [Fr.]

A B

Egypt 4 - Egypte4, ••••• , ••

A5 B

Ethiopia and Eritrea, Fed. Eritrea - Erythree ••••••• Ethiopia 7 - Ethiopie 7••••

A B A B

French Equal. Africa .••••••• Afrique Eq. Fransaise

A B8

French West Africa •••••••• Afrique Occid. Fransaise

A B2

Ghana •••••••••••••••••••

A B

Libya- Libye ••••••••••••

A B

Madagascar ••••••••••••••

A B2

Morocco ••••••••••••••••• Maroc

A9 B2,9

666 1 009

... ... ... ... ...

720 868

823 11 198

848 1 314

843 1 219

818 1 222

871 1271

851 1 462

803 1 316

88.4 568

96.6 688

87.0 830

90.7 867

89.4 1 055

94.4 1 141

... ...

155 1 555

178 I 757

209 2 091

224 2 071

252 2 319

264 2 365

305 2 434

960

1 974

2 105

2 287

2 354

2 424

2 760

2 745

559 924

... ... . .. ...

... ... ... ... . ..

23.8 19.3

34.0 38.5

31.7 38.7

84.3 69.4

102.5 89.8

95.6 100.2

85.4 98.7

89.4 100.8

89.9 102.7

82.4 2 98.1

1 462

1 376 ... ... ...

1 464 61 485

12 475 1 534

2 778 1 369

3 002 1 304

3 060 1 215

!3 263 1 463

3 577 1 647

14 287 1 616

......

. .. . ..

12.2 13.0

11.2 12.5

11.7 15.6

11.0 12.8

56 82

47 53

46.2 87

51.4 126

48.6 158

48.2 181

38.9 125

41.3 136

43.3 123

6.1 31.3

8.6 34.6

29.6 89.3

39.6 100.3

44.7 100.2

43.2 91.2

40.3 99.7

39.1 111.8

46.8 130.6

313 307

331 325

448 453

512 561

525 504

487 464

552 510

514 575

458 583

244 249

287 250

339 240

226 :i64

204 262

234 280

9.7 1.9

11.8 0.8

8.9 1.5

11.9 1.3

10.4 0.5

... ...

... ... . .. ... 177 162

... ... ... ... ... 20.8 123 348

. .. ... ... ... ... ... 176 284

A 10 B 10

... ...

... ...

Mozambiquell, •••••••••••

A B

... ...

...

Nigeria 13•••••••••••••••.

A B2

254 510

. ..

360 694

... ...

... ...

. .. ... ... ...

. .. ...

9.6 1.5

. ..

323

81.9 87.9

86.6 101.7

105.1 122.2

122.4 122.9

125.1 125.9

139.4 144.0

147.2 134.9

574 11 217

638 1 449

716 1 395

702 1 477

552 1 478

526 1 530

652 1 552

15.6 4.1

12.0 4.5

13.2 {>.2

11.8 4.5

9.5 3.8

12.6 3.9

12 30.5 12 160

120.2 825

120.9 897

115.0 924

116.7 1 045

! 1 237

1169.7

172.0 1 354

. .. . .. ... ...

318 514

574 1 099

626 1 085

565 1 353

569 1 487

562 1 764

635 1 901

717 2 116

58.5 56.9 268 375

......

I

I

Note. The flgures relate to the domestic and international traffic on all ra,ilway lines within each country shown except railways entirely within an urba'n unit end plantation, industrial, mining, funicular and cable railways. The figures

Remarque. Les donnees se rapportent au traflc interieur ef international de toutes les !ignes du pays indique; en sont exclus, les !ignes entierement urbaines ou desservant une plantation, une entreprise industrielle ou miniere, les

teleferiques el les funiculcires. Voyageurs-kilometres: en son! exclus les

relating to passenger-kilometres include all passengers except military, .government and railway personnel when carried without revenue; those

relating to ton-kilometres are freight net ton-kilometres and include all goods whether carried by fast or ordinary trains except service traffic, mail,

voyageurs transportes gratuitement (militaires, fonctionnaires et le personnel des chemins de fer). Tonnes~!dlomtHres: tonnes~kilometres en petite au grande vitesse !'exception des transports pour les besoins du service, le courrier,

baggage and non-revenue governmental stores. For detailed definitions, see

les bcgages el les transports gratuits du materiel du gouvernement. Pour

International Standard Definitions for Transport Statistics, U. N. Stctisliccl Office Peper M 8. For annual flgures covering the whole period 1928-1952, see Statistical Yearbook 19 53 end preceding issues. 1 Chemins de fer de I' Algerie only. l! Including service traffic (Algeria: 1929-1938). .3 Kenya, Uganda end Tanganyika. Excluding livestock. 4 State Railways only. Prior to 1952, 12 months ending in year stated, Beginning 1952: 12 months ending 30 June. 5 1929-1938, 1954-1955: excl. suburban traffic. 6 Excl.livestock. 7 Traffic Djibouti-Addis Ababa. 8 1937-1938: excluding materials for construction of port of Pointe Noire: 46.7 million T-K in 1937. \9 Former French Zone. 1929-1938: Chemins de fer du Maroc only. ·to Former Spanish Zone. 11 Prior to 1954, State Railways only. :12 Excluding Beira-Umtcli line. 13 1 2 months beginning 1 April.

plus de detail, voir: Dbfini:ions infernationa/es normalisees pour les sfafisfiques

a

de transport, Bureau de slctistique des Nations Unies, Etude M 8. Pour les donnees cnnuelles de louie Ia periode 1928-1952, voir /'Annuaire stalisfique 1953 et les editions precedenles. 1 Chemins de fer de !'Algerie seulement. 2y compris le traflc de service (Algerie: 1929-1938). 3 Kenya, Ouganda et Tanganyika. Non compris le betail • 4 Chemins de fer de I'Etat seulemenl. Avant 1952, douze mois flnisscnt au cours de l'cnnee indiquee. A partir de 1952, douze mois flnisscnt le 30 juin. 5 1929-1938, 1954-1955: traflc de banlieue exclu. 6 Betail exclu. 7 Traflc Djibouti-Addis Abeba. 8 1937-1938: non compris materiel pour construction du port de Pointe Noire: 46.7 millions de T-K en 1937. 9 Ancienne zone fransaise. 1 929-1 93 8: Chemins de fer du Maroc seulement. 10 Anc. zone espagnole. 11 Avant 1954, chemins de fer de I'Etat seulement. 12 Ligne Beira~Umtali non comprise.

334

13 Douze mois commen~ant le 1 er avril.

TRANSPORTS 138.

Railways : traffic A.

(continued]-

Passenger-kilometres

Chemins de fer : traflc B.

Net ton-kilometres -A.

(suite]

Voyageurs-kilometres

B.

Tonnes-kilometres nettes

Millions

Millions

Country- Pays

Traffic Traflc

1929

A B

... ...

1937

1938

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

AFRICA (continued] AFRIQUE (suite] Reunion •••••••••••••••••• Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Fed.: Nyasaland ••••••••••••• Rhodesia, N and S •••••••

...16.3 ... 2 410

... ... ...

B 1,2 B 1,2

...

Sierra Leone ••••.••••••••.

A B

...

...

... ...

Sudan- Soudan ••••••••••

as

...

...

Togolond [Fr.]-Togo [Fr.] ..

A B4

Tunisia- Tunisia ...• ..•....

A B 1,5

...152

Union of South Africa Union Sud-Africaine 6

B

7 303

Canada 7 ••••••••••••••••

A B

4 663 51 137

Costa Rica .•.•.••••••••.•

A B

Cuba 8, •••.•••••••••••••

A B

Guatemala •••••••.••••••.

B

Jamaica 10- Jamaique 10 ..•

6 •••••

AMERICA, NORTH AMERIQUE DU NORD

1611

13.3 6.6

16.0 9.0

2 252

...

I

3 685

17.4 6.9

...

4 096

15.9 9.5

.. ....

15.1 9.0

16.7 7.1

16.8

4 378

... 4 798

78 5 068

as s 532

101 6 146

...

s.o

39.8 23.6

51.0 27.2

53.8 32.5

47.0 32.5

53.5 28.3

64.7 23.6

73.3 30.7

534

738

982

1950

1 107

1 109

1 194

1 322

34.2 6.4

33.6 6.9

57.7 12.4

56.4 10.6

68.3 10.0

75.1 11.1

73.2 10.5

55.8 7.5

65.6 6.5

157

177 770

269 785

274 904

204 805

230 750

259 878

284 923

273 907

10.712

9 699

19 571

20 746

21 574

22 243

23 285

25 008

25 475

3 105 39 311

2 870 39 178

4 532 81 084

5 005 93 877

5 071 99 907

4 805 95 288

4 608 84 018

4 654 96 615

4 676 115 009

52.3 44.3

50.4 44.8

50.3 48.8

51.5 56.0

62.7 56.9

63.5 63.0

...63.7

567 1 100

563 1 134

462 1 192

357 1 008

322 979

295 952

278 1 008

239

209

193

256

245

25.5

39.5 20.3

43.5 28.1

43.6 30.1

42.9 37.4

...

.

... ...

14.5 7.9

... ...

......

A B

... ... ... ... ...

. .. ... ...

Mexico- Mexique ........

A B

1 629 4 035

Nicaragua 9 •••.•..•••••••

A B

32.0 12.2

Trinidad, Tobago .•••.•.•••

B

...

...

...

United States 11 ·••••••••• , • Etats-U nis 11

A B

50 155 657 265

39 743 529 701

4 358 13 883

9 204 9719

I

9 221 9 651

...

...

...

... ...

... ...

... ...

...

s 381

1 719

1 789 5 535

3 025 9 391

3 363 9 460

3 328 10 087

2 987 9 593

3 259 10 304

3764 10 961

3 864 11 988

54.6 13.0

46.0 11.5

100.3 20.6

95.2 22.8

113.4 20.9

117.8 21.5

124.1 35.0

127.8 31.7

117.7 25.6

11.7

12.7

10.9

11.4

12.3

12.3

11.2

34 854 426 117

51 161 863 648

55 748 948 737

54 771 902 180

so 983 889 072

47 170 806 194

45 944 915 247

45 400 949 300

4 065 13 507

9 4 278 9 11 730

13 215 17 309

13 976 17 682

13 451 16 655

13 654 16 260

14 735 16 394

14 676 16 490

15 405 16 437

176 164

100 175

158 249

195 310

240 319

251 294

331 296

5 100 s 404

s 522 s 995

10 093 8 009

10 618 9 093

10 348 8 985

11 063 9 034

11 893 9 213

AMERICA, SOUTH AMERIQUE DU SUD Argentina -Argentine .••••

A B1

Bolivia 12-Bolivie 12 .......

A 8

... ...

Brazil 13 -

A1 B1,14

4 846 4 348

Bresil 13 ..••••.•

I

... ... 12 463 9972

. .. . .. 1'2 712 10 375

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 334. 1 Y compris le traflc de service. 2 Betail exclu. Rhodesie: Ligne Vryburg-Bulawayo non comprise. Avant 1950, y compris Ia ligne 8eira-Umtali. 3 A partir de 1952, non compris le bt>!ail. 4 Y compris les bag ages des voyageurs. 5 Petite vitesse seulement. 6 Douze mois commenorne shipping

(continued)

-Transports maritimes internationaux

(suite!

Navires: milliers de tonneaux de jauge nette Marchondises· milliers de tonnes metriques

Vessels: thousand net registered tons Goods· thousand metric tons I

Country and traffic

1929

1937

1938

1950

1953

1952

1954

1955

* 1956

AFRIQUE (suite)

AFRICA (continued) 2 836 96 236

2 560 44 1?1

2 370 131 359

3 687 143 553

5 077 166 690

5 335 97 783

5 236 121 729

4 208 94 637

Soma lie Fransaise 1 Navires 2: entres March.: embarquees debarquees

10 363 1 075 906

13 533 2 339 1 801

11 696 1 823 1 588

11 149 1 796 2 195

12 800 2 058 2 503

14 545 2 701 2 488

15 246 3 299 2 705

15 946 3 333 2 690

18 463 3 806 3 106

Afrique Occid. Fr.1• 3 Navires 2. 4: entres March.: embarquees debarquiies

2 770 2 770 746 399

2 610 2 614 866 603

2 412 2 405 664 437

3 234 3 223 1 395 895

3 3 1 1

... . ... ...

... . .. . ..

2 354 658 610

2 767 1 000 1 548

3 128 1 073 1 878

French Samaliland 1 Vessels 2, entered •••• Goods: loaded ...... unloaded ••..

... ... ...

French West Africa 1, 3 Vessels 2 • 4, entered •• Goods: loaded ....•. unloaded ••.. Ghana Vessels

2:

entered .•.• cleared ..• , Goods 5, loaded ••••• unloaded ...

Kenya 1 Vessels 2: entered .••• Goods 6: loaded .••.. unloaded ...

Pays et traflc

~

3 3 1 1

276 226 422 072

622 645 527 176

3 3 1 1

666 661 265 178

3 3 1 1

789 806 393 450

3 3 1 1

725 741 660 397

Ghana Navires2: entr8s sortis March,5: embarquees debarquees

3 457 902 1 914

3 579 939 1 914

3 783 1 000 2 195

3 914 1 043 2 161

Kenya 1 Navires 2: entr9s March. 6: embarquees debarquiies

1 312 165

1 232 169

1 841 200

. .. ...

Liberia March.: embarquees debarquees

217 445

152 417

140 481

8]07 8 282

8 97 8350

Libye March,: embarquees debarquees

639 611 149 310

793 808 209 441

927 925 200 415

1 009 1 009 175 464

1 034

1 147

228 491

5 226 5428

Madagascar Navires 2: entres sortis March. : embarquees debarquiies

788 800 390 274

945 944 541 314

1 164 1 158 576 329

1 252 1 251 600 316

1 230 1 227 536 360

1 239 1 243 612 352

lie Maurice Navires 2: entr9s sortis March.: embarquees 9 debarquees

451 743 969 102

517 812 1 029 134

593 880 951 140

689 897 829 117

842 1 137 1 040 130

(

I

Liberia Goods: loaded ••••.. unloaded ••..

... . ..

. .. . ..

7197 7 24

... ...

Libya Goods: loaded ••••• unloaded ••••

...

... ...

. .. ...

. .. ...

Madagascar Vessels 2: entered .••. cleared •••. Goods: loaded ..••. unloaded •••

... ... ... . ..

Mauritius Vessels 2, entered •••• cleared ••.. Goods: laaded 9 ••••• unlo~ded .•.•

... ...

... ...

... ... ... . ..

... ...

Melillo Vessels: entered .••.. cleared ..••• Goods: loaded ••.•. unloaded •.••

... ... .. . .. .

. .. ... ... ...

. .. ... . .. . ..

Morocco 10 Goods 1, loaded ..... unloaded ...

2 270 850

2 276 1 118

2 459 1 003

6 024 2 080

6 319 3 220

6 638 2 838

7 575

7 890

2 817

2 753

. .. .. .

. ..

. .. . ..

7 161

i' 237

7107 3 162 1 866

7 265 2 208 1 997

8 8 2 1

806 791 548 975

9 9 2 2

610 597 773 160

1 10 1 10 2 2

125 130 828 383

2 2 1 1

2 2 1 1

2 2 1 1

988 940 747 556

2 2 2 1

983 982 004 680

3 3 2 2

172 160 010 043

Mozambique Vessels: entered •.•.. cleared ..... Goods: loaded .•...• unloaded .... Nigeria ll Vessels 2, entered .... cleo red .... Goods 5, loaded .••.. unloaded ... Reunio~

Vessels 2, entered .... Goods: loaded ...... unloaded ..••

...

...

. ..

'

0

••

••

0

2 010 2 010 756 533

... 51 60

738 752 262 154

736 703 222 162

.. . ... 0

••

309 219

l. I.

7764 7 829

2 243 2 227 1 283 648

2 001 2 013 1 033 482

500 118 90

597 86 93

542 513 473 087

305 113 125

551 551 565 372

432 153 142

490 183 133

565 206 149

. ..

609 187 177

...

1 442 158

Mel ill a Ncvires: entnh sort is March.: embarquees debarquees

8 562 2 850

Maroc 10 March.1: embarquees debarquees

... ... ... . ..

Mozambique Navires: entres sortis March.: embarquees debarquees

. .. . ..

3 3 2 2

283 319 129 287

Nigeria 11 Navires 2: entres sortis March. 5: embarquees debarquiies

583 218 198

Reunion Navires 2: entres March.: embarquees debarquees

Voir remarque generale a Ia page 348. 1 Y compris le cabotage (Soma lie fran;aise, 1952: navires, 100 milliers de T.J.N.; merchandises, 40 milliers de t.m.). 2 Y compris nevi res sur lest. 3 Petits ports exclus. 4 Toutes entrees et sorties comprises. 5 Emballage non compris. 6 V6iliers exclus. 7 1939. 8 Materiel militaire exclu. 9 Avant 1954, combustibles des navires indus. 10 Ancienne zone fran;aise seulement. 11 Y compris le Cameroun [Br.].

See general note on page 348. 11ncluding coastwise shipping (Fr. Somaliland, 1952: vessels, 100 thousand 2 Including vessels in ballast. N.R.T.; goods, 40 thousand m.t.). 4 All entrances and/or clearances counted. 3 Excluding minor ports. 5 Excluding packing. 6 Excluding sailing vessels. 7 1939. 8 Excluding military goods. 1 Former French Zone only, 9 Prior to 1954, including bunkers, lllncluding Cameroons [Br.].

°

349

TRANSPORT 142. International sea-borne shipping

(continued)

-Transports maritimes internationaux

'

Country end traffic

1929

(suite)

Navires: milliers de tonneaux de jauge nette Merchandises· milliers de tonnes metriques

Vessels: thousand net registered tons Goods thousand metric tons

1937

193B

1952

1950

1953

1954

1955

* 1956

AFRIQUE (suite)

AFRICA (continued) Sierra Leone Vessels 1, entered .•• cleared ••• Goods: loaded •••••. unloaded •••• Somaliland [II.] Vessels: entered ••••• cleared ••••• Goods: loaded •••••• unloaded •••• South West Africa 3 Vessels 1, entered .... Goods: loaded •••••• unloaded •••• Sudan Vessels: entered ••••• Goods: loaded •••••• unloaded •••• Suez Canal4 Vessels1: North-South. South-North. Goods4: North-South. South-North.

Sierra Leone

2 400 2 400

447

400

332 78B B96 620

13 13 10 22

507 729 157 619

3 64B 3 606 1 430 44B

34

396 37B 64 56

394 391 37 35

422 43B 56 42

444 44B 59 47

3B7 3B3 51 51

B21 160 102

661 276 131

763 314 152

B94 312 150

3 055 327 4BB

3 303 404 734

3 364 4BO 666

3 673 43B 746

. ..

3B7 12 13 12 21

3 125 3 11 B 1 396 274

...

.40B ..

...

3011 3 01B 1 010 200

......

...1B7

...

3 001 2 990 1 370 191

2 656 2 646 1 26B 141

... ... ...346

......

2 663 2 66B 1 490 1B1

2 713 2 722

... ... ... ... ... ... ...

... -··· ...

sortis March.: embarquees debcrquees

Soma lie [lt.]

...31

Navires: entres

sortis March.: embarquees debarquees

Sud-Ouest Africain 3

. ..

12 13 7 21

Navires 1: entn3s

Navires 1: entr8s

March.: embarquiiea debarquees Soudan

31 30 12 60

590 23B 76B. 011

000 BOO 141 46B

32 32 22 61

400 700 001 447

34 35 22 67

700 500 51B BBI

3B 3B 22 74

600 BOO 370 511

3 423 466 700 43 43 20 B7

700 BOO OB2 426

2 936 59B 729

Navires: entres

March.: embcrquees debcrquees

IB 104 82 BOO

Canal de Suez 4 Ncvires 1, Nord-Sud Sud-Nord March. 4, Nord-Sud Sud-Nord

} Bl 000 {

......

3 130 195 122

3 47B 341 597

3 B32 500 671

4 52B 500 671

5 065 4BB 719

5 154 5B5 B90

5 179 705 77B

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