BERLIN (Reuters) – German exports rose more than expected in June despite persisting supply bottlenecks in manufacturing, data showed on Monday, suggesting a solid recovery in Europe’s biggest economy.
Seasonally adjusted exports increased by 1.3% on the month after a slightly revised rise of 0.4% in May, the Federal Statistics Office said.
Imports edged up 0.6 % after a jump of 3.4% in the prior month. The trade surplus widened to 13.6 billion euros from a revised 12.8 billion euros in May.
A Reuters poll had pointed to a 0.4% increase in exports and a 0.5% rise in imports, with a trade balance of 13.4 billion euros.
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