Bulgaria’s industrial production grew by one per cent in September 2011 compared to previous month in which it fell by two per cent. The indicator on a year on year basis fell by 1.5%. The biggest annual increase in output was recorded by investment products such as vehicles, machinery and equipment, followed by mining industry (respectively 14.1% and 7.7%). The strongest fall in the same period was experienced by textile industry (14.3%). When industrial production in August 2011 is compared to a basis year (2005) by Eurostat we notice a rise of 1.3% which is under EU 27 average of 3.2%. When it comes to industrial production Bulgaria is lagging behind the newest members of EU.