January to September trade deficit widens to €2.8 billion – Cystat


By Stelios Orphanides

Cyprus’s trade deficit in the first nine months of the year widened 399.7 million euros to 2.8 billion euros the statistical service said.

In January to September, overall imports rose by 299 million euros to 3.9 billion euros while overall exports fell by 100.7 million euros to above 1.1 billion euros, Cystat said in a statement on its website today.


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