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Armenia's exports grow, imports shrink in Jan 2016

Armenia's exports grow, imports shrink in Jan 2016

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia’s foreign trade turnover amounted to $242,4 million in January 2016, decreasing by 13,8% against the same period in 2015, the country’s National Statistical Service reports.

The exports totaled $89,2 million, up by 5,6 % against the same period last year, while imports amounted to $153,2 million, dropping by 22,2%.

The negative balance of trade thus amounted to $64 million in the reporting period.

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