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Lithuania industrial production rises in February

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Lithuania's industrial production rose a working-day adjusted 9.6% year-on-year in February, figures from Statistics Lithuania (LS) showed on Tuesday.

Manufacturing output grew 9.5% annually in February. Excluding refined petroleum, manufacturing increased 12.2%. Production of electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply surged 11.8%. Meanwhile, production in mining and quarrying declined 11.5% and production in water supply, and waste management decreased 0.8%.

Among the major industrial groupings, production of intermediate goods grew 17.1% yearly in February and those of durable goods increased 19.2%. Production of capital goods gained 7.4%. Production of energy and non-durable goods increased 3.2%, each.

On a monthly basis, industrial production rose a seasonally and working-day adjusted 2.4% in February. On an unadjusted basis, industrial production accelerated 9.6% yearly in February and declined 2.4% from a month ago. 

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