The economy of France will grow by 0.3% in the second quarter of this year, just as it was expected earlier, a monthly survey of the Bank of France showed. It is noted that in June industrial production in France increased sharply, especially in the automotive and metal sectors. The indicator, which determines the business mood in the manufacturing industry, in June rose to 101 points from 100 points in May. The trust index in the services sector was 103 points, increased from 102 points in May. It is expected that in July the service sector will expand substantially. In July, the activity of the construction sector is also expected to increase, the confidence index in which remained at 105 points in June.
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