The volume of Greek retail turnover declined by another 4.3 percent in July, year on year, according to figures released by the independent Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) on Tuesday. ELSTAT, in a report, said that the Turnover Index in Retail Trade, excluding automotive fuel, recorded a fall of 2.7% in July 2011 compared with July 2010. The Volume Index in Retail Trade, excluding automotive fuel, recorded a fall of 2.5% in July 2011 compared with July 2010.

    According to provisional results, the turnover index in retail trade at current prices, excluding automotive fuel, recorded a fall of 2.7% in July 2011 compared with July 2010. The Index in July 2010 recorded a decrease of 7.8% compared with July 2009.

    The turnover index in retail trade, including automotive fuel, recorded a fall of 2.5% in July 2011 compared with July 2010. The Index in July 2010 recorded a decrease of 3.9% compared with July 2009.

    The volume of retail trade (i.e. turnover in retail trade at constant prices), excluding automotive fuel, decreased by 2.5% in July 2011, compared with July 2010. The Index in July 2010 recorded a decrease of 10.0% compared with July 2009.

    The retail trade volume index, including automotive fuel, decreased by 4.3% in July 2011 compared with July 2010. The Index in July 2010 recorded a decrease of 9.3% compared with July 2009.