Ljubljana, 10 September (STA) - Slovenia's industrial production rose again in July after it fell by over 1.5% in June. It increased by 5.1% year on year and by 2.7% over June, the Statistics Office said on Tuesday.
The more robust industrial output was a result of strong performance in manufacturing, which grew by 3.5% in July over June.
Meanwhile, the sectors of mining and of electricity, gas and steam supply dropped by 10.3% and 4% at the monthly level, respectively.
Industrial revenue grew as well, rising by 3% on the previous month and by 2.7% over July 2018.
The monthly rise in revenue resulted from stronger sales abroad and at home, which grew by 5% and 0.5%, respectively.
Inventories likewise increased, rising by 1.4% at the monthly level and by 4.8% year on year.