Eurozone exports decline again in August
Exports fell 1.3 per cent month on month in August, after a decline of 0.8 per cent in July
Exports fell 1.3 per cent month on month in August, after a decline of 0.8 per cent in July.
After an increase of 5 per cent in January to April, those values have now almost halved.
A weakening in emerging market demand and the modest rising trend in the euro since March are thought to have had an effect on the export market.
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