N.H. exports surge 13.6% in February

Simos, Evangelos Otto
May 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;5/20/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p12
The article reports on the 13.6 percent increase of exports from New Hampshire companies in February 2011. The foreign sales from the state's manufacturers increased by 16.4 percent in February from 286.2 million dollars in January. According to World Trade Organization (WTO) director-general Pascal Lamy, the forecast of growth in world exports in 2011 will be slower but it is above average.


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