Eurozone's foreign trade surplus increased in June, the latest figures published by Eurostat showed Friday.
The trade surplus rose to EUR 14.9 billion in June from EUR 7.1 billion in May. A year ago, the balance was in a surplus of EUR 0.2 billion.
In June compared with May, seasonally adjusted exports rose 2.4 percent and imports remained almost stable.
Exports rose 12 percent year-on-year to EUR 161.5 billion in June, while imports increased 2 percent to EUR 146.6 billion.
by RTT Staff Writer
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