balance of trade

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Synonyms for balance of trade

the difference in value over a period of time of a country's imports and exports of merchandise

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The balance of trade surplus is in favor of the Sultanate with a value of RO91,708,345.
So what makes Germany enjoy the largest trade surplus while the US has a trade deficit that is almost twice that?
Seasonally adjusted balance posted a trade surplus of $330 million.
In January, foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises witnessed a trade surplus of 1.
BEIRUT: Lebanon recorded the highest balance of trade surplus with Syria thanks to exports of fuel oil to its war-ravaged neighbor, according to figures released this week by the Beirut Chamber of Commerce.
The European Union's official statistics agency, Eurostat, said that the 17-nation euro area had a trade surplus of E22.
According to Kalumbi, Zambia registered trade surplus amounting to KR135.
9 billion trade surplus in February after posting a record-high deficit the previous month.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-December 29, 2011--Sweden's trade surplus falls to SEK3.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 29, 2011--Sweden's trade surplus falls to SEK3.
Despite a drop in its trade surplus, China's rising exports and still-high level of surplus are likely to stoke calls for the country to address trade imbalances through revaluation of the yuan, which the United States and other trading partners say is undervalued.
Summary: Algeria is ranked among the top 20 countries with a trade surplus with the United States, according to the U.
According to estimates for July 2010, the eurozone registered a trade surplus of 6.
China's trade surplus in June topped expectations on surprising strength in exports that suggests the global economic recovery has remained on track despite worries about a fresh slowdown.
3, 2009 (CENS)--Taiwan will likely see a record trade surplus of US$29.