Estonia industrial production rises in February
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Estonia's industrial production rose in February, led by growth in manufacturing, data from Tallinn-based Statistics Estonia (SE) showed on Wednesday. Industrial production grew a working-day adjusted 1.7% year-on-year in February.
Manufacturing output increased 4.7% annually in February, following a 3% rise in the previous month.
Production in mining declined 11.8% and energy production fell 16.6%.
Manufacture of electronic products and shale oil logged increases of over 20%.
On a monthly basis, industrial production fell 0.5% in February, while manufacturing output rose 0.2%.
On a seasonally adjusted basis, industrial production remained unchanged monthly in February.
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