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Core sector output: Eight core industries’ output contracts 15% in June

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(Consultant picture) NEW DELHI: Contracting for the fourth consecutive month, the output of eight core infrastructure industries shrank by 15 per cent in June because of fall within the manufacturing of coal, crude oil, pure fuel, metal, cement and electrical […]

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NEW DELHI: Contracting for the fourth consecutive month, the output of eight core infrastructure industries shrank by 15 per cent in June because of fall within the manufacturing of coal, crude oil, pure fuel, metal, cement and electrical energy.
The eight core sectors had expanded by 1.2 per cent in June 2019, information launched by the commerce and trade ministry on Friday confirmed.
Barring fertiliser, all seven sectors – coal, crude oil, pure fuel, refinery merchandise, metal, cement, and electrical energy – had recorded unfavourable development in Might.
The output of coal, crude oil, pure fuel, refinery merchandise, metal, cement and electrical energy declined by 15.5 per cent, 6 per cent, 12 per cent, 8.9 per cent, 33.Eight per cent, 6.9 per cent, and 11 per cent, respectively.
Throughout April-June 2020-21, the sector’s output dipped by 24.6 per cent as in comparison with a optimistic development of three.four per cent in the identical interval earlier yr.
These eight industries account for 40.27 per cent within the Index of Industrial Manufacturing (IIP).
In Might, the sectors’ output contracted by 22 per cent.

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