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The turnover of the services sector in the Canary Islands in March fell by 0.1 percent.
The turnover of the market services sector in the Canary Islands fell 0.1 percent in March 2010 over the same month the previous year, five points with seven tenths less than that recorded in the national (5.6 percent .) Thus, the Canary Islands is situated as the only communities where annual rates were negative.
So as reported by the National Institute of Statistics where, cheap darkfall gold, the balance has been positive in the rest of autonomies. So far this year, the turnover in the services sector was also negative in the Canary Islands with a fall of 5.6 percent compared to 0.3 national average.
On the other hand, employment in the services sector fell in March 2010 in the Canary Islands by 2.8 percent, eight, ffxiv gil, tenths less than the national average, which was 2.0 percent.
So far this year, the archipelago accumulates a decline in occupancy in the service sector than 4 percent, while the whole country fell by 2.7 percent.
All autonomous communities,
In March, all the autonomous communities had rates of positive inter-annual variation,, buy Gaia Gold, with the exception of the Canary Islands, which experienced a decrease of 0.1%. La Rioja (10.3%) and Asturias (9.7%) had the highest increases.
Following the trend of recent months, all the autonomous communities recorded falls in employment in March, except in Castilla y Leon (0.5%), Asturias and La Rioja (both 0.1%). Castilla-La Mancha (-3%), Andalucia and Valencia (both with a -2.9%) were the communities that experienced the largest decreases.
Destruction of employment.
INE data show that employment in the service sector in the third month of the year one year decrease of 2%, representing an increase of six tenths from the rate recorded in February. In March, as are 21 months in which employment services destroyed.
All sectors experienced declines in occupancy, except the administrative and auxiliary services, which registered an annual increase of 0.6%. The largest decline was registered in information and communications (-3.2%).