Qatar Sees Trade Surplus
Qatar Sees Trade Surplus

Qatar Sees Trade Surplus

Qatar Sees Trade Surplus

Qatar’s trade balance, which represents the difference between the country’s total exports and imports, showed a surplus of QR9.8 billion ($2.69 billion) in April, an increase of about QR 5 billion or 105% compared to April 2016, Arabian Business reported. The trade balance, however, decreased by nearly QR0.03 billion or 0.3% month-on-month. Qatar’s total exports of goods, including exports of goods of domestic origin and re-exports, reached QR18.8 billion in April, up 25.1% from a year ago. On month-on-month basis, the export value is down by 4.5%, data released by the ministry of development planning and statistics noted.



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