Wednesday 4th of November 2020 at 12:30.Poland?

Growth in the manufacturing sector remained unchanged in October, IHS Markit survey data revealed Monday.

Purchasing Managers at Manufacturing?

In October, index remained unchanged at 50.8.

In October, new orders declined, and output growth eased.

In October, production rose for the fourth month in a row, with growth rate loosening for the third straight month.

For the fourth month in a row and at the fastest since January 2018, new export business increased.

Work backlogs rose for the first time since July 2018.

In October, the number of employees expanded, and the job creation rate was the strongest since June 2018.

Purchasing activity continued to expand in October, and input orders volume rose at the fastest rate since June 2019.

Providers?

Lengthened delivery time by the ninth month in a row.

Input cost inflation in October was the highest in twenty-three months and manufacturers were rising their own prices charged at a faster rate.

Companies expect output to rise over the next 12 months and overall sentiment strength has been the weakest since May.

Recently, after successfully carrying out a bond issuance, the Hungarian Export Credit Agency became the town's talk, raising an unprecedented amount of funding on the market.

As a result of the EU regulation relaxations brought about by COVID-19, huge European and OECD export credit insurance markets have opened up for EXIM.

We spoke with Gergely Jákli, president and CEO of EXIM Hungary, on these developments and new world economic trends.

Did eMAG, Romania's largest online retailer controlled by the South African group Naspers, transfer its Polish operations to Poland?

Morele, second-largest online retailer, under a partnership agreement, Profit.

Ro reported as cited by Romania-insider news portal.

Read the original article "Stable October manufacturing activity in Poland" at https://bbj.hu/region/poland-manufacturing-activity-stable-in-october_191480