Slovakia's foreign trade account recorded a surplus of €259.4 million in November, the Statistics Office reported on January 11. Exports of goods in November reached €3.99 billion, up by 2.7 percent y-o-y, the TASR newswire wrote. Total imports fell by 8.7 percent to €3.74 billion.
Between January-November an overall foreign-trade surplus of €1.39 billion was recorded. Exports fell by 21.5 percent to €36.60 billion, while imports were down by 25.1 percent to €35.21 billion.
Slovakia's foreign trade surplus for October 2009 stood at €352.6 million according to revised data of the Slovak Statistics Office. The previously published figure was €225.3 million. Thus, the authority revised the figure upward by €127.3 million. The ten-month foreign trade surplus was €1.133 billion, compared with initially announced €1.006 million, meaning an upward revision by €127 million, the SITA newswire wrote. TASR, SITA
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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12. Jan 2010 at 10:00