UK goods trade deficit at $29.2B in March
Exports in March totaled $35.8, imports at $65B, according to official data
The UK’s goods trade deficit increased to £23.9 billion ($29.2 billion) in March, according to latest data released on Thursday.
Exports to the rest of the world amounted to £29.3 billion ($35.8 billion), an annual rise of 9.7%, figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) showed.
Imports of goods jumped 42% year-on-year to £53.2 billion ($65 billion).
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