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Industrial production index (IPI), November 2015:
Industrial production increased in November by 1.4 percent compared with October in seasonally adjusted figures. Compared with November of the previous year, industrial production increased by 6.2 percent in calendar adjusted figures.
The aggregate for the chemical industry and the pharmaceutical industry was the sub-sector that showed the largest increase, while the food industry showed the largest decrease. During the last three months of September-November, production increased by 3.0 percent compared to the previous three month period June-August in seasonally adjusted figures.
On an annual basis, industrial production increased by 6.2 percent in November 2015 compared with the corresponding month of the previous year in calendar adjusted figures.
The figures for November are preliminary. Since the previous publication, the change in industrial production in October compared with September has not been revised and the decrease of 1.1 percent remains unchanged. The change in production in October compared with the corresponding month in the previous year has been revised downwards by 0.6 percentage point to an increase by 3.4 percent.
1) Calendar and seasonal adjusted figures.2) Calendar adjusted figures.
When the Industrial Production Index for a new month is published, the indices for previous months are also revised. The material is normally revised for between two to four months retroactively, depending on which month of the quarter is the reference month. The whole previous quarter is revised when publishing the first and second months of a quarter. Calendar adjusted figures, seasonally adjusted figures and trend figures are revised from January 2000 onwards.
For international comparisons, please refer to Eurostat:
Eurostat, Short-term business statistics
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