Australia’s trade deficit widened in August to 3.1 billion Australian dollars, data released by the country’s statistics bureau showed.
A Reuters poll had forecast a deficit of 2.4 billion Australian dollars, and the number came after a 2.8 billion Australian dollar deficit in July.
Total exports came in at 26.5 billion Australian dollars and total imports at 29.6 billion Australian dollars.
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