Mexico (Notimex) – Mexico’s exports grew 9.2 percent in November compared with the same month last year, the country’s statistics agency, Inegi, said.
The figure represents 13 months of continuous growth and results were boosted by a 7.3 percent growth in non-oil exports, and a 44 percent growth in oil exports.
In the same period, imports grew 8.2 percent.
The figure represents exports worth $37.4 billion.
The total figures show a surplus of $399 million for Mexico, compared with the $73 million surplus from the same month a year before.
Manufacturing exports grew 7.5 percent in the period; agricultural exports grew 5 percent and mining exports grew 2.2 percent.
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