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October 16, 2021

New industrial orders, fourth annual growth in the EU in January

According to figures released, yesterday, by Eurostat, Romania ranks fourth in the European Union based on the growth in the number of new industrial orders in January, by 41.1 per cent, compared to the same month of 2010, surpassed only by Latvia (75.9 per cent), Estonia (73.4 per cent) and Lithuania (34.6 per cent), “Financiarul” reports.

At the opposing end of the scale, the United Kingdom had the slowest advancement (1 per cent). All the other 21 states included in the ranking reported growths. At EU level, industrial orders rose by 23.9 per cent, while reporting a 25.6 pc-growth in the euro zone.

Based on figures compared to December, January’s most significant growth was reported by Denmark (13.4 per cent), while Romania reported a 4.8 pc-rise. The steepest slumps were reported by Estonia (34.5 per cent), France (7.8 per cent) and Finland (7.7 per cent). Out of the 21 states included in the ranking, industrial orders were on the rise in ten, and ebbing in the remaining 11. At EU level, industrial orders rose by 4.1 per cent in January, compared to December.

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