Countries With Highest Capacity Utilization - Top 10 World

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Capacity Utilization Latest Reference
New Zealand
Sweden
Austria
Germany
France
Canada
Slovenia
Euro Area
South Korea
Japan

South Korea Capacity Utilization stands at 114.30 Index Points. Source: Statistics Korea. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 114.3383 Index Points.
Japan Capacity Utilization latest value is 104.90 Index Points. Source: Ministry of Economy, Japan. SA, 2010=100. Forecast: 105.13 Index Points.
New Zealand Capacity Utilization was last reported at 92.80 percent. Source: New Zealand Institute of Economic Research. NSA. Forecast: 91.9727 percent.
Sweden Capacity Utilization stands at 90.60 percent. Source: Statistics Sweden. Seasonally Adjusted. Forecast: 90.1331 percent.
Austria Capacity Utilization latest value is 88.80 percent. Source: European Commission. Seasonally Adjusted. Forecast: 88.5877 percent.
Germany Capacity Utilization was last reported at 87.90 percent. Source: Institute for Economic Research (IFO). Seasonally Adjusted. Forecast: 87.6643 percent.
France Capacity Utilization stands at 85.70 percent. Source: INSEE, France. Seasonally Adjusted. Forecast: 85.8323 percent.
Slovenia Capacity Utilization latest value is 85.00 percent. Source: European Commission. Seasonally Adjusted. Forecast: 84.1661 percent.
Canada Capacity Utilization was last reported at 85.00 percent. Source: Statistics Canada. NSA. Forecast: 85.0538 percent.
Euro Area Capacity Utilization stands at 84.40 percent. Source: European Commission. Seasonally Adjusted. Forecast: 84.3529 percent.
The country with highest Capacity Utilization is South Korea followed by Japan in the second position and New Zealand in the third.