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In 2013, agricultural production increased due to crop production.

In 2013, agricultural production increased compared to the previous year due to crop production.
The agricultural production index in 2013 was 124.5% overall compared to 2012, 138.8% for crop  production and 99.7% for animal production. The value of agricultural services was mostly insignif icant, contributing only 1.0% to the value of agricultural production at national level in 2013.
Increases in crop production were recorded in all development regions, and rises in animal production were reported in the Centre, South-West Oltenia and West regions.
The increases in crop production recorded in the eight development regions ranged from 52.3% in the
South-East region to 25.1% in the West region. The rises in animal production ranged between 3.0% in the West development region and 0.9% in the Centre development region.
The drops in animal production ranged from 13.5% in the Bucharest-Ilfov development region to 0.1% in the South-Muntenia development region.
The value of agricultural production in 2013 was 78464 million lei. The highest values were recorded in the South-Muntenia development region, followed by the South-East and North-East regions. The lowest values were reported in the Bucharest-Ilfov development region, an agricultural region of small importance.
The value structure of agricultural production in 2013 was similar to that of the previous year. With regard to crop production, the highest shares were reported in the South-Muntenia (21.4%), South-East (17.8%) and North-East (16.1%) development regions. As far as animal production is concerned, the highest shares were recorded in the North-East (18.1%), South-Muntenia (16.3%) and North-West (14.5%) development regions. (National Institute of Statistics – final data)

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