Eurostat: Poland's industrial output rises by 12.1% y/y in May.

By bne IntelliNews July 15, 2010
Industrial production in Poland rose by 3.4% m/m and was up by 12.1% in annual terms in May, 2010, the EU statistical office Eurostat has reported. In all the 27 countries of the European Union, production was up by 1.0% m/m and by 8.7% in annual terms. In the euro-zone countries, the rise was 0.9% and 9.4%, respectively. According to the data provided by Poland's Central Statistical Office (GUS), industrial output rose by 2.0% m/m in May, and in annual terms - it was up by 14.0%, compared to a 9.7% rise in April (revised). ISB

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