Falling imports slash Britain's trade gap

02/11/2009 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

The U.K.'s trade gap in December fell more than experts expected, but economists said that offers little optimism about the British economy because the drop was driven more by plummeting imports than expanding exports. Despite the pound losing 17% of its value during the past year, December's export figure grew 0.3%.

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