REUTERS The decline in industrial output in Ukraine in May 2020 slid to 12.2% year-on-year after falling by 16.2% in April, that&#39;s excluding adjustments for the calendar day effect, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine reports. Adjustments counted, industrial output in May fell by 11.7% on year. Against the previous month, industrial output grew by 4.9% excluding adjustments for the calendar day effect, and by 2.8% - with such adjustments. Read alsoReuters: IKEA to review its Ukrainian wood supply after critical report The largest drop in annual terms was recorded in coal mining – by 44.5%, in production of motor vehicles, trailers, semi-trailers, and other vehicles – by 40.9%, as well as in textile and clothing industries – by 36.6%. Growth on year was recorded in the production of pharmaceutical products – by 8.8%. The State Statistics Service recalled that the data are provided for all regions of Ukraine but the Russian-occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, and certain areas in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.