Trade deficit recorded at USD 1.42bn during first April 1-20.

By bne IntelliNews April 23, 2012
South Korea's trade deficit has been recorded at USD 1.42bn during the first twenty days of April this year. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the country's exports and imports were posted at USD 30.47bn and USD 31.89bn during the period. The exports decreased a revised 1.4% y/y to USD 47.38bn while imports registered a 1.4% decline to USD 44.93bn posting a trade surplus worth USD 2.45bn during March.

Trade deficit recorded at USD 1.42bn during first April 1-20.

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