Eurozone March industrial output down on month, up on year
The monthly decrease in output in March was mainly driven by a decrease of 3.2% in production of energy while the annual increase was driven by a rise of 4.1% in production of durable goods, by 3.2% in intermediate goods, by 2.7% in capital goods and 1.7% in non-durable consumer goods.
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