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Eurostat: New industrial orders in Slovakia up 12.2 pct in November

The year-on-year growth rate of new industrial orders in Slovakia decelerated from 19.9 percent in October to 12.2 percent in November. Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Communities, reported that Slovakia had the eighth highest growth in new industrial orders among the nineteen EU countries that provided data to Eurostat. In a month-on-month comparison, industrial orders in the Slovak industry decreased 3 percent in November following a 3.4-percent growth in October.

The year-on-year growth rate of new industrial orders in Slovakia decelerated from 19.9 percent in October to 12.2 percent in November. Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Communities, reported that Slovakia had the eighth highest growth in new industrial orders among the nineteen EU countries that provided data to Eurostat. In a month-on-month comparison, industrial orders in the Slovak industry decreased 3 percent in November following a 3.4-percent growth in October.

Within the European Union as a whole, new industrial orders increased 15.7 percent y/y on a 1.9 percent m/m increase. In the 13 member Eurozone (including Slovenia, which joined the Eurozone on January 1), industrial orders mounted by 11.9 percent y/y on a 2.7 percent m/m growth. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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