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Manufacturing sees sluggish start to 2013

Ireland's manufacturing sector continued to grow in January but the rate of expansion was the slowest seen in nine months, according to the latest NCB Manufacturing PMI report.

1st February, 2013

Ireland's manufacturing sector continued to grow in January but the rate of expansion was the slowest seen in nine months, according to the latest NCB Manufacturing PMI report.

The report said the survey showed the first reduction in new business in a year, although the drop was marginal.

While output remains in positive territory and new export orders grew for a fourth successive month, other areas showed signs of weakness, NCB's chief economist Philip O'Sullivan...

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