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New orders for textiles grows by 0.5% in the EU27

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May '08
In March 2008 compared with February 2008, the euro area (EA15) industrial new orders index fell by 1.0%. In February the index grew by 0.2%. In the EU27 new orders fell by 0.7% in March 2008 after declining by 0.3% in February.

In March 2008 compared with March 2007, industrial new orders decreased by 2.5% in the euro area and by 1.3% in the EU27.

These estimates are released by Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Communities.

Monthly changes:
In March 2008 compared with February 2008, Manufacturing of chemicals & chemical products decreased by 0.4% and 2.0% respectively. Textiles & textile products decreased by 3.6% in the euro area, but grew by 0.5% in the EU27.

In March 2008, among the Member States for which data are available, total manufacturing working on orders rose in six and fell in twelve. The highest increases were recorded in Romania (+9.9%) and Spain (+5.4%), and the largest decreases in Denmark (-10.2%), France (-6.8%) and Estonia (-6.6%).

Annual changes:
In March 2008 compared with March 2007, Manufacturing of chemicals & chemical products decreased by 1.5% and 0.4% respectively. Textiles & textile products fell by 14.5% in the euro area and by 13.6% in the EU27.

In March 2008, among the Member States for which data are available, total manufacturing working on orders rose in nine and fell in nine. The highest increases were registered in Bulgaria (+20.8%), Slovakia (+9.3%), Lithuania(+8.6%) and Spain (+8.5%), and the largest decreases in Greece (-10.4%), the Netherlands (-9.1%) and Sweden (-8.8%).

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