Figures published last week by the Czech statistical office (CSU) showed that the balance of trade ended in a surplus in April though it was still below market expectations. The CSU data showed Czech trade balance for April came at 22.0 billion crowns, up 8.8 billion crowns in annual terms.
In the preliminary data of “‘border statistics” the office said that seasonally adjusted exports fell by 0.7% month-on-month in April while imports rose by 1.4% in monthly terms...
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