Lithuania posted one of the largest monthly decreases in industrial production among the EU's member states in August, the latest figures from the EU statistical office Eurostat showed on Tuesday.
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Lithuania's industrial production fell by 2.4 percent in August from July, the third-largest decrease after Slovakia's 2.6 percent and Croatia's 3 percent.

Latvia's industrial output rose by 3 percent and Estonia registered 3.9 percent growth.

Year-on-year, industrial production edged down by 0.4 percent in Lithuania and contracted by 2.4 percent by Estonia, but rose by 2.1 percent in Latvia.

In the EU-28, industrial production declined by 2 percent over the year, but inched down by 0.1 percent month-on-month.

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