Bosnia’s industrial production rose 25.5 percent year-over-year in April, after increasing 15.1 percent annually in March, according to data from the statistical agency (BHAS) based in Sarajevo.
Manufacturing grew 33.5% per year in April and utilities grew 24.8%. Meanwhile, mining fell 14.5%.
On a monthly comparison basis, industrial production rose 1.3% in April after gaining 1.7% in March, the statistics office said, citing preliminary seasonally adjusted figures.
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