The foreign trade deficit of France fell in April to 4 billion 954 million euros from 5 billion 14 million euros in March, according to the data of the country's Customs Department. In annual terms, the foreign trade deficit fell by 9.5%. Analysts had expected the growth of the indicator to 5 billion 100 million euros. Exports from France in annual terms increased in April by 9.5% to 41 billion 550 million euros. Import amounted to 46 billion 504 million euros, increased by 7.1%. Over the period from January to April, the deficit of foreign trade in France fell by 15% year-on-year to 20 billion 600 million euros.
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