German trade gap widens

Investor's Business Daily
January 2014
Investors Business Daily;1/ 9/2014, pA02
The merchandise trade surplus rose to 17.8 bil euros in Nov. from 16.7 bil euros in Oct. Exports rose 0.3% on the month, the 4th straight increase, while imports fell 1.1%. Germany faces pressure on its surplus from weaker EU members.


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