IT trade surplus registered USD 7.86bn in November.

By bne IntelliNews December 17, 2012
South Korea's trade surplus for the IT sector was recorded at USD 7.86bn in November this year, due to the high sales of mobile phones and semiconductors. As reported by Zdnet.com, the IT trade surplus is higher than the overall trade surplus worth USD 4.48bn for the country during the period. The export of the IT products grew 12% y/y recording USD 14.52bn, while the imports increased 2.2% y/y recording USD 6.66bn during the period.

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