N. Macedonia industrial output shrinks in July
Industrial production in North Macedonia dropped 0.6% from a year earlier in July, following the 9.5% gain in the previous month, data from the Skopje-based Central Statistical Office (Makstat) showed on Tuesday.
Output declined for manufacturing industries by 3.9%, underpinned by the production of food products; beverages; textiles; wearing apparel; basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations; basic metals; fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment.
In addition, electricity, gas, steam & air conditioning supply fell 4.9%, while mining & quarrying increased 39.9%.
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