The Poland Manufacturing PMI Index increased by 1.9 points month-on-month to 54.3 points in June, according to a report published by Markit Group and HSBC.
“Growth rates for output, new orders and purchasing all accelerated since May, and employment growth was maintained at a solid, albeit slower, pace. The latest survey also highlighted a sharper rate of input price inflation, although price pressures generally remained subdued and firms continued to cut their own
prices,” a press release said.
What is worth noting, manufacturing new orders increased for the ninth consecutive month in June.
Any figure above 50.0 indicates overall improvement of the sector.