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Indonesia's November trade deficit  seen narrowing as import growth slows
Indonesia is expected to post a smaller trade deficit in November compared with a month earlier, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, in a relief to the central bank which has been raising rates to defend the rupiah.
India's exports grow at nearly 18 percent,  but trade deficit too widens
India's overall exports, including both merchandise and services, are estimated to be $308.32 billion from April to October, thereby exhibiting a growth of 17.17 percent over the same period last year, said the official data released by the Commerce Ministry.
UK trade deficit widens in December
A rise in oil prices and higher imports contributed to a widening of the UK's goods trade deficit in December.
Philippine peso under pressure as country posts record trade deficit
The Philippines posted a record trade deficit in November as imports from machines to steel and iron climbed while exports faltered, adding pressure on the currency.
UK must address giant trade deficit, IMF warns
Britain needs to save more, train up its workers and become a more competitive economy to try to bring down its very large current account deficit, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
UK trade deficit shrinks in July
The UK trade deficit, which reflects the difference between imports and exports, shrank to £4.5 billion in July from £5.6 billion the previous month, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
Japan's 2015 trade deficit narrows
Japan's trade deficit narrowed sharply in 2015 as tumbling oil prices took pressure off its soaring post-Fukushima energy import bill, official data showed on Monday, while autos led a pick-up in exports.
Japan exports up in September
Japan's trade deficit edged higher in September though exports rose more than expected as the yen weakened to a near six-year low, the Finance Ministry said on Wednesday.
Bangla trade deficit narrows
Bangladesh's trade deficit narrowed slightly in the last fiscal year 2013-14 concluded in June on the back of an increase in exports, said a central bank official.

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