Industrial production increased in November 1.6 percent in the European Union (EU28) and 1.5 percent in the Eurozone (EA19), compared with the previous month, reveal the data released on Thursday by the European Statistics Office (Eurostat).
The highest increases of industrial production were reported in Ireland (16.3pct), Denmark (4.6pct) and Croatia (3.7pct), the only declines being registered in Greece and Portugal (oth with minus 0.9pct).
Romania in November recorded a 0.7pct advance of industrial production compared with the previous month, after a decline of 0.8pct in October.
In November, compared with the similar period of 2015, industrial production grew 3.1pct in the EU and 3.2pct in the Eurozone.
The highest advances of industrial production were reported in Ireland (14.6pct), Latvia (11pct) and Denmark (10.7pct), the only decreases being registered in Malta and Sweden (both with minus 0.8pct).
Compared with November 2015, Romania registered a 2.7 percent increase of industrial production, after an annual advance of 2 percent in October.