Greek Exports up 15.5% in November 2017

Greek Exports up 15.5% in November 2017

Greek exports jumped 15.5% in November 2017 while imports grew 4.0% in the month, with the country's trade deficit shrinking by 11.5%, official figures showed on Monday.
Hellenic Statistical Authority, in a monthly report, said that the value of import-arrivals totaled 4.053 billion euros in November from 3.897 billion in November 2016, for an increase of 4.0% (excluding oil products, imports grew 15.7% while excluding oil products and ships, imports rose 10.6%).
The value of exports-arrivals totaled 2.587 billion euros in November from 2.239 billion in the same month last year, for an increase of 15.5% (excluding oil products, exports rose 6.8% while excluding oil products and ships, exports rose 6.8%).

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