"Although the exchange rate remains a key driver of export growth, manufacturers also benefitted from stronger economic growth in key markets in the euro area, North America and Asia-Pacific regions", Dobson said.
- Euro-Zone GDP growth climbed to 2.1% year/year in the second quarter, up from 1.9%.
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Unemployment in the eurozone fell to 9.1 percent in June, its lowest figure since February 2009, according to official data from Eurostat, the statistical office of the bloc.
Last week's return to worldwide bond markets by Greece, the Eurozone's basket case economy, has added to the feeling of rebounding optimism. Strong economic growth should steer the European Central Bank towards reining in asset purchases, but policymakers are still waiting on inflation.
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Energy was expected to have the highest annual rate of inflation at 2.2% in July compared with 1.9% in June, followed by services at 1.5%. The highest were Greece (21.7%) and Spain (17.1%).
"Our outlook reflects several positive factors: generally supportive fiscal policies - or expectations of them - in most developed market economies, easier financial conditions since the start of the year, positive animal spirits as indicated by consumer and business confidence data, and a rebound in global trade".
Rob Dobson, an economist at the survey's compilers, IHS Markit, said it showed United Kingdom manufacturing - which makes up a tenth of the United Kingdom economy - had started the third quarter on a solid footing.
The jobless rate has fallen steadily since peaking in April 2013, after the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis threatened to lead to the break-up of the single currency.
Meanwhile, the EU28 unemployment rate was 7.7% in June, down from 8.6% in the same time a year ago.