The foreign trade surplus of the eurozone with countries outside the euro area in April 2018 fell to 16 billion 700 million euros from 28 billion 900 million euros in the previous month, the Eurostat data showed. Exports from 19 eurozone countries in April rose by 8% in annual terms to 182 billion 900 million euros. Imports amounted to 166 billion 200 million euros, increased by 8.1%. Over the period from January to April, the foreign trade surplus increased by 9.7% to 64 billion 400 million euros. Exports increased by 3.8% to 738 billion 200 million euros, imports - by 3.2% to 673 billion 800 million euros.
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