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MNI BRIEF: Taiwan's Industrial Production Index Falls In Oct

MNI (Beijing)

Taiwan’s industrial production index fell for a second month in October, with a decline of 3.6% y/y a slight improvement on September's decrease of 4.5% y/y, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs on Wednesday.

Manufacturing sector activity decreased by 3.6% m/m, with a fall in investment goods of 5.7% m/m and dip in consumer goods of 1.6% m/m.

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Taiwan’s industrial production index fell for a second month in October, with a decline of 3.6% y/y a slight improvement on September's decrease of 4.5% y/y, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs on Wednesday.

Manufacturing sector activity decreased by 3.6% m/m, with a fall in investment goods of 5.7% m/m and dip in consumer goods of 1.6% m/m.