MUMBAI, India—India says its industrial production for March grew at a faster pace after a slowdown the previous month.
The new figures offered some good news for Asia’s third-largest economy amid worries over stalling economic growth.
The country’s statistics office said Friday that March industrial output was 2.5 percent higher than a year earlier. It grew 0.6 percent in February.
Manufacturing growth of 3.2 percent led the improvement.
But growth in industrial production for India’s fiscal year that ended March 31 was just 1 percent, reflecting the broader economic slowdown.
The government has forecast economic growth of 5 percent for the fiscal year, the lowest in a decade.