Eurozone industrial production falls 1.8% in March

by | May 13, 2022

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Eurozone Industrial production fell 1.8% in March compared with February, according to data released by European Union statistics agency Eurostat on Friday.
On a year-on-year basis output fell by 0.8% in the single currency area.

Capital goods production fell 2.7%, non-durable consumer goods 2.3%, intermediate goods 2%, and energy 1.7%.

Production of durable consumer goods went up by 0.8%, Eurostat added.

 

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