Bosnia’s Serb Republic industrial output down in August
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The working day-adjusted industrial output of Bosnia’s Serb Republic decreased by 10.4% year-on-year in August after falling by 12.8% in July, the Republika Srpska Institute of Statistics (RSIS) says.
Traditional field irrigation by water wheel in the Republica Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photo by Anna_A_Klochko / Shutterstock.com
On an annual basis, output of mining fell the most, by 19.1%, while production of utilities decreased by 7.7% and manufacturing went down by 7.2%.
On a monthly comparison basis, industrial production rose by 2.2% in August, after adding 5.8% a month earlier, RSIS said on September 22.
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