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Trade surplus rises 32% in November

Ireland’s seasonally adjusted trade surplus rose by a third in November after exports increased and imports decreased, although there was a fall in exports compared to 2011.

16th January, 2013
The value of exports in November 2012 decreased by €305 million (or 4 per cent) to €8.291 billion, compared to November 2011.

Ireland’s seasonally adjusted trade surplus rose by a third in November after exports increased and imports decreased, although there was a fall in exports compared to 2011.

Preliminary figures for November 2012 from the Central Statistics Office saw a 32 per cent increase in the seasonally adjusted trade surplus to €4.284 billion. Exports rose €552 million (or 7 per cent) from October to €8,008 million. Seasonally adjusted imports decreased by €481 million (or 11...

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