Croatia industrial output growth slows in January

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Industrial production growth in Croatia slowed to 3.5% year-on-year in January of 2022, from a six-month high of 6% in the previous month, figures from the Zagreb-based Central Statistical Bureau (Crostat) showed on Friday.

Output grew at a softer pace for both manufacturing (4.4% vs 7.3% in December) and electricity, gas, steam, and air conditioning supply (0.8% vs 3.3%).

Additionally, production decreased for mining & quarrying (-0.4% vs 2.9%).

On a monthly basis, industrial production went down 0.6%, following a 2.1% rise in the previous month.

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