Italy registers 4.5 billion trade surplus

Italy registers 4.5 billion trade surplus

Rome : Italy | Sep 17, 2012 at 1:56 AM PDT
Source: Ansa
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Italy registered a trade surplus of 4.5 billion euros in July, the country's biggest surplus since the same month in 1998, Istat said on Monday. The surplus was over two billion euros higher than in July last year, the national statistics agency added. FULL ARTICLE AT Ansa
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