Real turnover in market services declined in most activities in the second quarter. After quite strong growth in the first quarter, total turnover fell by 2.4% in current terms. The decline in turnover deepened in transportation and storage, with the sharpest declines in airport and harbour freight transport. After high growth in the past, the largest decline was in information and communication activities, mainly due to a drop in turnover from computer services on the domestic market, while telecommunication services have been stagnant at 2019 levels for a long time. Professional and technical activities also saw a decline in turnover, due to a decline in all services except architectural and engineering services. Following an increase in previous quarters, the smallest decline in turnover was recorded in accommodation and food service activities. The only sector where turnover continued to grow were administrative and support service activities, where turnover declined only in travel agencies at the beginning of the summer. Year-on-year, total turnover fell by 1.2% in real terms in the second quarter. Broken down by activities, turnover in transportation and storage and information and communications was lower than last year. It remained below the pre-epidemic level (Q2 2019) in administrative and support service activities (by 5%), the most in employment services (by 24%).