- Published on Wednesday, 04 April 2012 07:57
- Written by RTT News
Denmark posted a trade surplus of DKK 8.1 billion in February, the same as that of the previous month, Statistics Denmark said Wednesday.
During the month, exports rose 1.4 percent month-on-month, while imports grew 1.8 percent. The growth was mainly supported by higher shipments of fuels and medicines. The figures exclude trade in highly volatile ships and aircraft.
Separately, the statistical office reported that the current account surplus rose slightly to DKK 8 billion in February from DKK 7.6 billion a year earlier. Compared to January, the surplus rose by DKK 2.1 billion.
by RTT Staff Writer