Trade surplus recorded at USD 3.9bn in November.

By bne IntelliNews December 2, 2011
South Korea's trade surplus increased marginally and reached USD 3.9bn during November this year, as compared to the USD 3.61bn posted during the same period last year. As reported by Asia in Focus, the Ministry of Knowledge Economy stated that the exports increased at a double-digit rate in November as shipments of key export items grew at a faster-than-expected rate. However, the trade surplus reduced in November as compared to USD 4.3bn surplus posted October.

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