Latest News:  


Spain's trade deficit falls by 29.5 pct in first 11 months of 2012


13:18, January 22, 2013

MADRID, Jan 21 (Xinhua) -- The Spanish trade deficit dropped by 29.5 percent from January to November 2012 compared to the same period of 2011, the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness reported on Monday.

Spain's trade deficit reached 29.463 billion euros (39.226 billion U.S. dollars) between January and November as a consequence of increasing exports) and declining imports.

Exports increased by 3.7 percent to 204.855 billion euros (272.740 billion U.S. dollars), while imports dropped by 2.1 percent to 234.318 billion euros (311.972 billion U.S. dollars).

Goods shipped to the European Union (EU) represented 62.9 percent of the total, down by 1.7 percent, while exports to the crisis-hit euro zone countries declined by 3 percent.

Meanwhile, Spain's exports to non-EU countries experienced a significant rise of 37.1 percent, or a 14.4 percent surge in comparison with the same period of 2011.

We recommend:

Online turnover surpasses 1 trillion yuan in 2012

Jack Ma to step down as Alibaba CEO

FDI sees 1st decrease in 9 years amid slowdown

China helps drive Rolls to record year

Top Ten Economic Events in 2012

CIC seeks balanced portfolio


Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. Fighters in combat readiness cruise

  2. WZ-10 armed helicopters in training

  3. Unforgettable moments you cannot miss in Jan.

  4. Space centers around world

  5. China’s weekly story (2013.01.09-01.19)

  6. Life in Beijing on 10,000 yuan a month

  7. Characters of 'Journey to the West'

  8. Chinese animation films getting stronger

  9. Sinopec aims to sweeten energy supply

  10. Love me, if you dare

Most Popular


  1. Obama's second term brings new opportunities
  2. Happy Indian mentality keeps on rising
  3. Consumption cannot be only driver
  4. China to stick to own path in maritime exploration
  5. Learning the language of affection
  6. Don't buy a house before 35 years old?
  7. Anti-pollution plan gets mixed reviews
  8. Emotional abuse to child cannot be neglected
  9. US' dangerous stance
  10. What election means to Israel

What’s happening in China

This is the most real, most helpless and most motivate life expense of Beijing!

  1. Woman in sex videotape accuses official of rape
  2. Chinese authorities ban 55 TV ads
  3. Snow scenery of Yumen, China's Gansu
  4. Yellow River frozen by cold snap
  5. Database gives hope to abducted children