Czech trade surplus increases in February

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The Czech Republic’s trade surplus increased to CZK 22.36 billion (EUR 811.3 million) in February from CZK 16.14 bln in the same month a year ago, data from the Czech Statistical Office shows. In January, the trade surplus was CZK 17.17 bln. 

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Exports rose 0.7% annually in February, while imports declined by some 2.9%.

On a monthly basis, seasonally adjusted exports increased 1.6% in February and imports remained unchanged, the Prague-based CZSO revealed on April 6.

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