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Irish trade surplus up 11% as imports and exports fall

Ireland’s trade surplus increased 11 per cent to €3.49 billion as both imports and exports declined, the Central Statistics Office said today in a statement.

16th May, 2013
Both imports and exports fell.

Ireland’s trade surplus increased 11 per cent to €3.49 billion as both imports and exports declined, the Central Statistics Office said today in a statement.

In March 2013 the value of exports decreased by €680 million, or 8 per cent, to €7,947 million, compared to March 2012. The main driver in the figures was a decrease in export of medical and pharmaceutical products of €184 million, or 9 per cent, likely driven by increased...

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