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Trade Surplus Down 4%
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Trade Surplus Down 4%

Ireland saw a 2% increase in the value of exports in 2014 when compared with the previous year, according to CSO data, Business Plus reported. The value of exports grew to €89b ($101b) last year, while imports decreased by 7% to €53.6b. That resulted in a trade surplus of almost €35.5b – down 4% on 2013.

 

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