Tuesday, the Statistics Iceland said that the trade surplus stood at ISK 6.29 billion in the January to February period, compared to a deficit of ISK 35.96 billion in the corresponding period of the previous year.

During the period, the exports dropped 6% to ISK 65.92 billion, while imports fell 43.8% to ISK 59.63 billion.

In February, the trade surplus amounted to ISK 5.94 billion, in contrast to a deficit of ISK18.65 billion seen in the previous year.

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