Industrial output in Brazil increased 5,7% in January from a year prior to, acquiring strength from the previous month, when the output had an annual boost of 4,5%, according to the nation’s data workplace (IBGE).
It was the largest yearly rise in the industrial output given that April 2013, when the industrial production increased 9,8%.
On a monthly and seasonally changed contrast, the Brazilian industrial output decreased -2,4% in January. In December, the production grew 3,1%.
The capital items output increased 18,3% in January from a year prior to and fell -0,3% compared with December.
Intermediate items production was up 4,2% on an annual basis and fell -2,4% on a month-to-month comparison, while consumer goods output increased 4,1% in January from a year prior to and dropped -1,6% from December.
Commercial output of long lasting durable goods increased 20% annually and decreased -7,1% on a regular monthly basis. Semi and nondurable products production was up 3% in January from a year before and climbed up 0,5% from December.
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