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Industrial output grows 3.2 per cent in May, retail inflation moves up to 5 per cent in June
  Thursday 12 July, 2018
Industrial output grows 3.2 per cent in May, retail inflation moves up to 5 per cent in June

NEW DELHI: India's industrial output grew 3.2 percent in May from a year earlier, driven by a pick up in capital goods manufacturing, government data showed on Thursday. Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast 5.2 percent growth in output compared with a 4.9 percent year-over-year increase in April.

Manufacturing, which contributes 78 percent of industrial output, grew 2.8 percent in May, slower than a 5.2 percent rise in April, as domestic demand slowed.

Retail inflation has moved up to 5 per cent in June from 4.87 per cent in May.


Source: http://zeenews.india.com/economy/industrial-output-grows-3-2-per-cent-in-may-retail-inflation-moves-up-to-5-per-cent-in-june-2124191.html

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