Poland's industrial new orders' growth decelerates to 3.2% y/y in October

By bne IntelliNews November 27, 2013

Industrial new orders in Poland increased by 3.2% y/y in October of 2013 after rising by 9.9% y/y a month earlier, according to national stats office GUS. In monthly terms, new orders decreased by 3.2% in October.
Thus, the ratio improved for the fifth month in a row.
The new orders index measures the value of future deliveries of products and services (which are directly linked to these products) to be provided by a producer to a third party on the domestic and non-domestic market.

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