Industrial production in May was revised to 4.1 percent growth, up from a preliminarily 3.9 percent reading, thanks to a stronger-than-expected output of drugs and railway cars, the government said Monday.

The seasonally adjusted index of output at mines and factories came to 96.8 against the 1995 base of 100, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said. The margin of growth in May was the largest since 4.2 percent was registered in September 1992.

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