5,3% growth in Armenian foreign trade volume reported in Jan 2012

5,3% growth in Armenian foreign trade volume reported in Jan  2012

PanARMENIAN.Net - In January 2012, foreign trade volume in Armenia grossed USD 345,9 million (AMD 133,9 bln.), increasing by 5,3% compared with last year’s results.

During the reporting period, export volume comprised USD 71,5 million (AMD 27,7 bln.), growing by 0,4% compared with 2011 results. Import volume grossed USD 274,4 million (AMD106,2 bln.), growing by 6,6%, National Statistical Service of Armenia reported.

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