Poland manufacturing growth rises in October
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Poland's manufacturing sector growth unexpectedly improved in October, survey data from IHS Markit showed on Tuesday.
The manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index, rose to 53.8 in October from 53.4 in September.
Output and new orders increased in October.
Foreign sales declined for the second straight month. Average lead time for the delivery of inputs deteriorated in October. Input prices accelerated at the strongest pace for three months and output prices increased. Employment rose slightly in October and backlogs of work increased.
For the next 12 months, firms were confident that the production will continue to increase.
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