Lithuanian industrial production increases in September

Lithuanian industrial production rose 19.6% year-on-year in September, figures from the Vilnius-based Lithuania Statistical Office (LS) showed on Friday.

Manufacturing output grew 20.2% per year in September. Excluding refined petroleum, manufacturing increased 18%.

The production of electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply increased by 14.9% and that of water supply and waste management increased by 5.4%.

At the same time, production in mines and quarries fell 5.8%. Among the large industrial groups, the production of intermediate goods grew by 31.7% year-on-year in September and that of capital goods by 3.5%.

Energy production 25.3%. The production of durable goods increased by 22.2%, while non-durable goods decreased by 0.5%.

On a monthly basis, industrial production increased 4.3% seasonally and working day adjusted in September.

On an unadjusted basis, industrial production accelerated by 18.7% per year in September and rose 7.2% from the previous month.


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