Trade results for October show that Germany’s trade surplus narrowed from US$20.6 billion (15.4 billion euros) to US$19.1 billion (14.3 billion euros) in September. During the month, exports fell by 1.1 percent while imports rose 0.3 percent. The news casts a chill over the entire eurozone as Germany’s economy is one of the few bright spots in the region.
Source: BBC News
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