In June, the eurozone foreign trade surplus with non-member countries rose to 22.5 billion euros from 16.5 billion euros in May, according to Eurostat. Exports from 19 eurozone countries rose by 5.7% in annual terms to 198 billion 600 million euros. Imports amounted to 176 billion 100 million euros, increased by 8.6%. In the first half of 2018, exports increased by 3.1% to 1 trillion 124 billion 600 million euros. Import rose by 3.8% to 1 trillion 23 billion 800 million euros. The trade surpluses of the euro area amounted to 100 billion 700 million euros, decreased by 3%.
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