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Eurozone's foreign trade surplus increased markedly in September, the latest data from the statistical office Eurostat showed Monday.
The region's trade in goods with the rest of the world resulted in a surplus of EUR 13.1 billion in September, up from EUR 6.9 billion surplus in August. A year earlier, the surplus amounted to 8.6 billion.
In September, exports rose 1 percent month-on-month after adjusting to seasonal variations. Imports were down 0.3 percent. Exports rose 3 percent in September from a year earlier on an unadjusted basis. Imports remained unchanged on an annual basis.
Meanwhile, foreign trade by EU28 resulted in a surplus of EUR 0.6 billion compared with a deficit of EUR 2.4 billion in August and deficit of EUR 14.5 billion in September last year.
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