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<<  2017-04Comparison: Industrial Production Index
CountriesDateIPI MonthlyIPI This YearIPI Year on YearCh.
United States [+]May 20170%1.2%1.3%
0.1
United Kingdom [+]April 2017-7.3%-2.0%-0.6%
-1.6
Germany [+]April 2017-7.0%8.1%2.4%
1.0
France [+]April 2017-7.6%2.5%0.6%
-1.6
Japan [+]April 20174.0%3.2%6.8%
3.8
Spain [+]April 20170.2%-0.2%0.7%
0.3
Italy [+]April 2017-10.4%9.0%1.0%
-1.8
Portugal [+]April 2017-2.9%6.8%-0.7%
-2.0
Greece [+]April 2017-5.0%-0.1%1.2%
-9.2
Ireland [+]April 20177.8%3.3%-0.8%
-2.5
Austria [+]March 201714.9%9.4%3.7%
-0.5
Bosnia and Herzegovina [+]April 2017-1.3%-4.1%4.4%
4.3
Belgium [+]March 20179.4%7.9%2.6%
-1.2
Bulgaria [+]April 2017-6.0%-8.0%4.8%
-1.7
Chile [+]December 20160.9%-0.4%-1.6%
-0.0
China [+]May 20170.5%3.1%6.5%
0
Cyprus [+]March 20179.8%2.7%9.2%
1.3
Czech Republic [+]April 2017-5.7%13.4%5.9%
1.4
Denmark [+]April 2017-8.9%-3.5%1.3%
-4.4
Estonia [+]April 2017-5.0%12.4%9.5%
-5.3
Finland [+]April 2017-5.2%-15.4%3.3%
1.0
Croatia [+]April 2017-7.1%-9.5%-0.6%
-0.6
Hungary [+]April 2017-5.4%10.7%2.4%
-7.0
Lithuania [+]April 2017-7.3%-9.5%4.0%
-0.6
Luxembourg [+]April 2017-11.7%2.6%3.4%
2.3
Latvia [+]April 20170.3%2.6%9.6%
-0.4
Montenegro [+]April 2017-13.3%-23.4%-8.6%
8.8
Republic of Macedonia [+]April 2017-3.8%-11.1%-1.9%
-1.0
Malta [+]April 2017-2.5%15.4%3.7%
2.9
Mexico [+]April 2017-0.3%-0.5%-0.1%
0.3
Netherlands [+]April 2017-9.1%-13.8%-1.2%
2.1
Norway [+]April 2017-6.2%-0.1%0.9%
-0.2
Peru [+]April 201428.8%37.1%3.6%
3.4
Poland [+]April 2017-8.0%3.7%4.1%
-4.6
Romania [+]April 2017-10.5%4.9%1.3%
-9.5
Serbia [+]April 2017-3.6%-5.0%-2.3%
-2.6
Sweden [+]April 2017-7.3%4.9%1.3%
-2.5
Slovenia [+]April 2017-9.9%10.9%7.8%
-1.5
Slovakia [+]April 2017-14.0%5.4%-3.2%
-16.3
Turkey [+]April 2017-0.6%-1.7%6.7%
4.1
Uruguay [+]March 20174.9%-20.4%-11.6%
0.0

The IPI measures the joint progress in both quantity and quality, without taking into account the influence of prices.
The IPI indicate changes in volume of the portion of the Gross Internal Product which is derived from industry: in other words, the added gross value to the cost of the factors of the various industrial branches and of the industrial sector as a whole.
It is used as an indicator of activity, both from the supply and the demand side and it used by central banks to measure inflation, as high levels of industrial production can lead to uncontrolled levels of consumption and rapid inflation.
In these pages we publish the Industrial Production Index corrected for calendar effects, which offers inter-annually comparable values as well as for the seasonal ones, for the between – month comparisons.