The oil sector showed a record growth rate of 23.73 percent in current prices
with a value of SR 356.51 billion compared to SR 288.13 billion the previous year, but in real prices the growth was 7.17 percent, the department pointed out.
The order intake, at current prices
, went up 13.4% from December 2010.
It added that, according to preliminary estimates, the value of demand in the local market at current prices
has reached 1.28 trillion riyals, an increase of 3.16 per cent over 2009.
Calendar and seasonally adjusted data show that, compared to June 2018, in June 2019 exports value at current prices
went down by 3.4 percent and imports value by 7.2 percent, whereas, compared to the previous month, exports value increased by 0.1 percent while imports value fell by 12.2 percent.
The value of livestock production amounted to PHP77.7 billion at current prices
, indicating a 1.96 percent decrease this quarter.
The report demonstrated that the growing results - compared to the 1st quarter of 2018 in the oil sector have increased by nearly 9.20% at real prices and 7.93% at current prices
The results showed a significant increase in oil production during the quarter, with the sector logging 9.20pc jump in real prices and 7.93pc at current prices
compared with the same period last year.
The hotels and restaurants sector sustained strong growth rates of 7.08% at current prices
and 8% at constant prices during the first quarter.
The coverage rate fell by 1.4 points compared to 2018, standing at 71.3%, according to the results of Tunisia's foreign trade at current prices
(excluding the inflation impact), during the last quarter of 2019.
'Non-oil' activities at current prices
increased by 3.5 per cent in 2018.
Compared with the previous quarter, the GDP at current prices
increased by 2.3 percent in the fourth quarter, 2018 due to the value added by oil activities, which rose by 2.5 percent.