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Irish manufacturing continues to expand in November

Manufacturing activity in Ireland expanded in November for the ninth successive month, a new survey shows.

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Irish manufacturing activity expanded in November for the ninth month in a row

Manufacturing activity in Ireland expanded in November for the ninth successive month, a new survey shows.

The NCB manufacturing purchasing managers index (PMI), which provides a snapshot of the state of the sector, stood at a seasonally-adjusted 52.4 in November, up from 52.1 in October.

A reading above 50 indicates expansion while a figure below 50 points to contraction.

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