The Hellenic Statistical Authority released its preliminary industrial production data for Greece on Monday. Greek industrial production climbed 4.5% in June, after a 1.6% drop in May.
On a yearly basis, industrial production in Greece plunged at an adjusted rate of 4.5% in June, after a 4.3% fall in May. It was the biggest decline since August 2014.
Production in the manufacturing sector fell at an annual rate of 3.6% in June, output in the mining and quarrying sector slid 4.9%, while electricity production plunged by 8.2%.