The situation was much worse in the euro area were the factory output fell 15.9% in July YoY.
The only increase in industrial output was observed in Ireland, where it scaled up by 7.1% from July 2008. The smallest YoY decrease in output was recorded in Romania, followed by Poland with 4.6%. The largest decreases were registered in Estonia – 27.9%, Finland – 24.2% and Slovenia – 20.4% of the 20 Member States for which data are available.
Compared to June, industrial production remained stable in Romania, fell 0.2% in EU27 and dropped 0.2% in euro area.
On a month-by-month comparison, industrial production rose in ten, and fell in nine. The largest increases were registered in Ireland (+8.7%), Lithuania (+3.4%) and Denmark (+3.3%), while the largest decreases were observed in Luxembourg (-3.1%), Finland (-2.6%) and Latvia (-1.4%).
In lipsa unui acord scris din partea InternetCorp, puteti prelua maxim 500 de caractere din acest articol daca precizati sursa si daca inserati vizibil linkul articolului Factory output sank three times less than European average.