JOHANNESBURG, Feb 26 (Reuters) – South Africa’s trade
surplus narrowed to 11.83 billion rand ($790 million) in
January from a revised surplus of 33.06 billion rand in
December, data from the revenue service showed on Friday.
Exports fell 13.6% on a month-on-month basis to 109.76
billion rand, while imports rose 4.2% to 97.93 billion rand, the
South African Revenue Service said.
($1 = 14.9779 rand)
(Reporting by Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo
Editing by Alexander Winning)
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