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Hot weather helps boost manufacturing in July

Irish manufacturing firms saw an improvement in overall business conditions in July, partly due to the spell of hot weather, according to the latest Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI).

1st August, 2013
July was the second successive month of expansion in Ireland's manufacturing sector.

Irish manufacturing firms saw an improvement in overall business conditions in July, partly due to the spell of hot weather , according to the latest Investec’s monthly Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI).

July was the second successive month of expansion, as new orders returned to growth following four successive months of decline, the survey showed.

The seasonally adjusted headline PMI, an indicator designed to provide a single-figure measure of the health of the manufacturing...

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