N.H.'s April exports leap by 5.8%

Simos, Evangelos Otto
July 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;7/15/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 14, p9
The article reports on the 5.8 percent increase of exports in New Hampshire as of April 2011. It highlights the data provided by the World Trade Organization (WTO), which reveals that exporters in the state have sold 429 million dollar in goods, surpassing the April 2010 monthly volume by 95.4 million dollar. It also provides several charts that list the movement of export activities in manufacturing and mining sector in the state.


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