N. Macedonia Industrial Output Growth Slows in June
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Industrial production in North Macedonia eased to 3.7% year-on-year in June, from a 6.1% growth in the previous period, figures from the State Statistical Office (Makstat) showed on Monday.
Output declined sharply in production for mining & quarrying (-1.6% vs 8.6% in May) and it slowed down in manufacturing (1.4% vs 5.3%).
On the other hand, there was a significant climb in output for electricity, gas, steam & air-conditioning supply (39.9% vs 4%). In the first half year of 2023, industrial production soared by 1.5%, the Skopje-based agency said.
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