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30 Oct 2009 14:22
South Africa recorded a trade surplus of R3,87-billion in September, compared with a R1,98-billion rand shortfall in August, the South African Revenue Service said on Friday.
The trade number is generally volatile and difficult to forecast, with economists polled by Reuters having predicted a deficit of R800-million.
Compared with the previous month, exports rose by 12,77% while imports were down 1,65%.—Reuters
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