Denmark exports fell again while imports recovered in September, Statistics Denmark said Monday.
Exports dropped 0.6 percent after falling 0.8 percent in August. At the same time, imports advanced 3.1 percent reversing the 4.9 percent drop in August.
Consequently, the trade surplus decreased to DKK 5.7 billion from DKK 7.4 billion in the prior month.
Another report showed that the current account surplus fell to DKK 15.1 billion in September from DKK 16 billion in August.
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