Slovakia trade surplus increases in January
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Slovakia's trade surplus rose in January, as exports rose and imports increased, data from the Slovak Statistical Office showed on Thursday.
The trade balance registered a surplus of EUR 241.2 million in January from EUR 5.5 mln in the same month last year.
In December, the trade surplus was EUR 150.6 mln. Exports fell 0.1% annually in January and imports declined 3.6%. On a seasonally adjusted basis, trade surplus was EUR 214.9 mln in January.
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