India's industrial output rises 0.7 percent in September | Reuters

NEW DELHI India's industrial output rose 0.7 percent in September from a year earlier, mainly driven by electricity and manufacturing sectors, government data showed on Friday.Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast a 0.5 percent increase in output compared with a provisional 0.7 percent year-on-year contraction in August.

Reuters November 11, 2016 22:00:08 IST
India's industrial output rises 0.7 percent in September
| Reuters

Indias industrial output rises 07 percent in September
 Reuters

NEW DELHI India's industrial output rose 0.7 percent in September from a year earlier, mainly driven by electricity and manufacturing sectors, government data showed on Friday.Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast a 0.5 percent increase in output compared with a provisional 0.7 percent year-on-year contraction in August.

(Reporting by Manoj Kumar; Editing by Malini Menon)

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