Greek exports grew for a third consecutive month in February, data from the Hellenic Statistical Authority showed Monday.
Exports rose 1.4 percent year-on-year in February to EUR 1.25 billion compared with 1.9 percent increase in January.
Reflecting weak domestic demand, imports fell 13.7 percent annually to EUR 2.3 billion. This marked a sixth consecutive decline. The trade balance was in deficit of EUR 1.098 billion.
On a monthly basis, exports grew 3.3 percent and imports were up 4.9 percent.
by RTT Staff Writer
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