Euro zone trade surplus rises in May
Euro zone countries recorded a €15.4 billion trade surplus in May, with Germany leading the way, according to Eurostat.
Euro zone countries recorded a €15.4 billion trade surplus in May, with Germany leading the pack, according to Eurostat.
Experts across the single currency zone climbed by 0.6 per cent in May compared to April. Imports were up 0.5 per cent.
The entire 28-country union recorded a small surplus of €600 million in May, down from €1 billion in April, the agency said.
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