RTTNews - Friday, the Statistics Iceland said in a report that the trade surplus stood at ISK 16.9 billion in the January to April period, up from ISK 37.8 billion deficit in the previous year.

Exports decreased 24.6% year-on-year to ISK 132.4 billion in the January to April period, while imports dropped 45.9% to ISK 115.5 billion.

In April, the trade surplus stood at ISK 2.3 billion, down from ISK 8.3 billion surplus in March. Exports amounted to ISK 31.7 billion, while imports totaled ISK 29.4 billion.

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