A rise in exports and a drop in imports has allowed Spain’s trade deficit to fall by 29 percent between January and September to 13.
There was an unexpected fall in exports from Germany in May and imports barely rose, further indicators of slowing growth in Europe's largest economy.
China's exports and imports fell more than expected in April, underlining weak demand at home and abroad and reducing hopes of a recovery in the world's second-largest economy.
The US trade gap has jumped to its highest level in six years after imports surged following the end of a ports dispute on the west coast. The
Japanese exports rose less than expected in November despite a sharp fall in the value of the yen which should spur overseas sales. Exports
Official data has shown China’s exports and imports for the month of September far higher than expected. Exports were 15.3 percent higher than last
The World Trade Organisation has raised its forecasts for global trade for 2014, but said it did not expect a return to historic highs until next
German exports tumbled in July, along with industrial output, but at the same time imports rose though not by a much as forecast. That underscores
The weaker yen is working both for and against Japan. The country ran its third-biggest trade deficit ever in July – the equivalent of 7.79
Japan’s September exports fell by more than the median forecast, 10.3%, and the Bank of Japan governor today said the economy was “leveling
German imports fell sharply for the second time in three months in June and exports also dropped. It is a further sign the eurozone crisis is
A rise in exports meant China returned to a trade surplus in March – and exports to the United States were particularly strong. Imports into China
China has recorded its first trade deficit for 11 years, according to official figures. The world’s second largest economy posted a deficit of
We have all heard of window shopping, noses pressed against the glass, counting down the hours till pay day but how about interactive shop displays
Growth in the world’s second biggest economy, China, slowed to its weakest pace for two and a half years at the end of 2011. In the fourth quarter
China’s trade surplus shrank slightly last year to the equivalent of 125 billion euros. Export growth fell, hit by weaker demand from key export
German exports hit their highest ever monthly record in March, bringing in more than 98 billion euros. These figures are an indication of the
Japan’s exports fell in March more than economists had expected. That is a sign that shipments will continue to weaken and hurt economic growth after