Greece's industrial production index fell by 13.1 percent in June, against the corresponding month last year, according to figures released on Tuesday by the independent Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).
ELSTAT, in a report, said that the Production Index in Industry (IPI) in June 2011 compared with June 2010 recorded a decline of 13.1%. In June 2010, the annual rate of change of the IPI was -4.1%.
In the 6-month period from January 2011 to June 2011, the average rate of change of the IPI was -8.8%. In June 2010, the corresponding average rate of change of the IPI was -5.5%.

1. Annual rates of change of June 2011 compared
with June 2010:
The IPI in June 2011, compared with June 2010, decreased
by 13.1% due to the annual changes of the subindices
of the industrial sections:
a. Mining and quarrying production decreased by 22.3%.
b. Manufacturing production decreased by 12.2%.
c. Electricity production decreased by 15.7%.
d. Water supply production decreased by 4.6%.

2. Average rates of change of the period January - June 2011 compared with January - June 2010:
The IPI in the 6-month period January - June 2011, compared with the period January - June 2010, decreased by
8.8% due to the 6-month average rates of change of the sub-indices of the industrial sections:
a. Mining and quarrying production decreased by 3.3%.
b. Manufacturing production decreased by 9.5%.
c. Electricity production decreased by 9.0%.
d. Water supply production decreased by 4.6%.