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Greek exports up 7 pct in October, reach highest monthly level for 2014
Following a downward trend in the preceding three months, Greece’s exports rebounded by 7 percent in October, according to the flash estimate of commercial transactions released by Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) on Monday.
The October headline figure is just the third positive reading in the 10-month period. In absolute terms, exports reached 2.51 billion euros in October, which is the highest reading in the year to date. In addition, the 12-month trailing index is down 7...
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