In May, the surplus of the foreign trade balance of the eurozone with the countries not included in the blok amounted to 16.5 billion euros, declining from 16 billion 700 million euros in April, according to Eurostat. Export fell by 0.8% compared to the same month last year to 189 billion 600 million euros. Import increased by 0.7% and amounted to 173 billion 100 million euros. The foreign trade sulprus of the eurozone for the period from January to May increased by 2.6% to $80 billion. Exports rose by 2.8% to 927 billion 600 million euros, imports also increased by 2.8% to 847 billion 600 million euros.
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