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08.03.2019 15:59

France industrial production rose sharply in January

According to the report from Insee, in January 2019, output increased in the manufacturing industry (+1.0% after +0.4% in December) as well as in the whole industry (+1.3% after a stability).

Manufacturing output went down over the last three months (-0.3%), as well as in industry as a whole (-0.4%). Over the last three months, output decreased in “other manufacturing” (−0.9%), in mining and quarrying, energy, water supply (−0.9%) and in the manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products (−5.0%). It diminished sligthly in the manufacture of machinery and equipment goods (−0.3%) and in the manufacture of food products and beverages (−0.2%). Conversely, it grew in the manufacture of transport equipment (+2.5%).

Manufacturing output of the last three months diminished compared to the same three months a year ago (−1.1%), as well as the output in the whole industry (−1.0%).

Over a year, output also decreased in “other manufacturing” (−1.3%), in the manufacture of food products and beverages (−1.6%), in the manufacture of machinery and equipment goods (−0.9%), in coke and refined petroleum products (−7.9%) and in mining and quarrying, energy, water supply (−0.4%). On the contrary, it increased in the manufacture of transport equipment (+1.0%).


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