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New orders in manufacturing in June 2016: -0.4% seasonally adjusted on the previous month

On the basis of provisional data, the new orders in manufacturing had decreased in June 2016 a seasonally and working-day adjusted 0.4% on May 2016. For May 2016, revision of the preliminary outcome resulted in an increase of 0.1% compared with April 2016 (primary 0.0%).

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Production index

Production in June 2016: +0.8% seasonally adjusted on the previous month

In June 2016, production in industry was up by 0.8% from the previous month on a price, seasonally and working day adjusted basis according to provisional data. In May 2016, the corrected figure shows a decrease of 0.9% (primary –1.3%) from April 2016.

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Turnover

Turnover in manufacturing in June 2016: -0.9% seasonally adjusted on the previous month

On the basis of provisional data, the manufacturing sector saw turnover fall in real terms adjusted for seasonal fluctuations and working-day variations of 0.9% in June 2016 compared with May 2016.

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Employees

Number of employees in manufacturing in June 2016: +0.9% year on year

At the end of June 2016, nearly 5.4 million people worked in local units of manufacturing with 50 or more persons employed in Germany. On the basis of provisional results, that was a rise by about 46,000 persons or 0.9% against June 2015.

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Investments

Industry investments in 2014: +2.1% on the previous year

German industrial enterprises with 20 or more persons employed invested 57.7 billion euros in tangible fixed assets in 2014. This was an increase of roughly 1.2 billion euros (+2.1%) on 2013.

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