Greek Exports up 25.3% in May

Greek Exports up 25.3% in May

Greek exports grew 25.3% in May to 2.557 billion euros compared with the same period last year, Hellenic Statistical Authority said in a report.
The statistics service, in a monthly report said that the value of imports totaled 4.291 billion euros in May, up 20.6% from May 2016 (excluding oil products imports grew 17.7%, while excluding oil products and ships rose 12.5%).
The value of exports totaled 2.557 billion euros in May, up 25.3% from May last year (excluding oil products exports grew 19.8% and excluding oil products and ships exports grew 20.2%).
As a result, the country's trade deficit grew 14.2% in May to 1.735 billion euros (excluding oil products the trade deficit grew 15.5% and excluding oil products and ships the deficit rose 4.4%).
In the five-month period, the value of imports totaled 21.887 billion euros, up 21.8% from the same period in 2016 (excluding oil products imports grew 13.2% and excluding oil products and ships imports rose 6.7%). Exports totaled 11.799 billion euros in the January-May period, up 19.5% from 2016 (excluding oil products exports rose 6.9% and excluding oil products and ships exports rose 7.0%).
              
 
ANA-MPA

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