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In June 2020, a month marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 containment measures in many Member States, the seasonally adjusted industrial production rose by 9.1% in both euro area and EU, compared with May 2020, according to estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. In May 2020, industrial production

rose by 12.3% in the euro area and by 11.6% in the EU. In June 2020 compared with June 2019, industrial production decreased by 12.3% in the euro area and by 11.6% in the EU.

Monthly comparison by main industrial grouping and by Member State.   In the euro area in June 2020, compared with May 2020, production of durable consumer goods rose by 20.2%, capital goods by 14.2%, intermediate goods by 6.7%, non-durable consumer goods by 4.8% and energy by 2.6%. In the EU, production of durable consumer goods rose by 20.2%, capital goods by 14.2%, intermediate goods by 6.5%, non-durable consumer goods by 5.6% and energy by 1.7%. The highest increases were registered in Slovakia (+21.7%), Hungary (+17.1%) and Romania (+16.3%). Decreases were observed in Belgium (-1.4%) and Finland (-0.8%).

Annual comparison by main industrial grouping and by Member State.   In the euro area in June 2020, compared with June 2019, production of capital goods fell by 15.9%, intermediate goods by 13.1%, durable consumer goods by 8.9%, energy by 7.6% and non-durable consumer goods by 7.5%. In the EU, production of capital goods fell by 16.4%, intermediate goods by 11.9%, energy by 9.1%, durable consumer goods by 7.5% and non-durable consumer goods by 6.0%. The largest decreases were registered in Portugal (-14.8%), Germany and Spain (both -14.1%) and Italy (-13.7%). An increase was observed in Ireland (+4.5%).