IPI decreased 5.84% m/m to 125.65 in September.

By bne IntelliNews October 28, 2011
Taiwan's Industrial Production Index (IPI) decreased 5.84% m/m to 125.65 in September this year, as compared to 133.44 posted in August, owing to the adverse effects of lingering European debt crisis and stagnant U.S. economy on the industrial output. As reported by Central News Agency English News, the Manufacturing Production Index (MPI) decreased 5.74% m/m to 128.47 during the period. The mining & quarrying sub-index gained 4.22% m/m during the period, while buildings construction decreased 12.16% m/m during the period.

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