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Trade surplus falls to lowest level since July 2008

Exports fell 4 per cent in March compared to February leading to the lowest seasonally adjusted trade surplus since July 2008, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office.

14th May, 2014
Preliminary figures for March indicate a decrease in seasonally adjusted exports of €256 million.

Exports fell 4 per cent in March compared to February leading to the lowest seasonally adjusted trade surplus since July 2008, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office.

Preliminary figures for March indicate a decrease in seasonally adjusted exports of €256 million to €6.973 billion from February, the CSO said. Coupled with a 12 per cent increase in seasonally adjusted imports of €476 million to €4.537 billion, the seasonally adjusted trade surplus decreased by...

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