UK trade gap narrows after export rise

Exports in the UK rebounded. (SUPPLIED)

Britain's goods trade deficit narrowed sharply in February to its smallest since June 2006, after exports rebounded strongly from weather-related weakness in January, official statistics showed yesterday. Britain's goods trade gap with the rest of the world fell to £6.1 billion (Dh34.5bn) in February, much narrower than the £7.35bn economists had forecast.

 

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