Thai factory output unexpectedly drops 2.1% y/y in May

29/6/2022 7:22:00 AM

Thai factory output unexpectedly drops 2.1% y/y in May

Thai factory output unexpectedly drops 2.1% y/y in May

BANGKOK : Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI) in May unexpectedly fell 2.11 per cent from a year earlier, weighed down by lower production of cars, hard disk drives and plastic pellets, the industry ministry said on Wednesday.That compared with a forecast 1.50 per cent rise in output in a Reut

BANGKOK : Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI) in May unexpectedly fell 2.11 per cent from a year earlier, weighed down by lower production of cars, hard disk drives and plastic pellets, the industry ministry said on Wednesday.That compared with a forecast 1.50 per cent rise in output in a Reuters poll and a yearly drop of 0.03 per cent in April, revised from a 0.56 per cent rise.

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