Greece's exports value decreased by 7% this February, compared to 2013's same timeframe.
However, imports increased by 1.6%, as revealed by today's Hellenic Statistical Authority report.
The total financial export worth in this time period equaled 2.04 billion euros in 2014 and 2.20 billion euros in 2013, marking a 7% decline. Omitting oil goods, the decline was at 5.6%.
February 2014's total imports value was 4.03 billions euros, while 2013's was 3.96 billion euros, a 1.6% growth rate. The increase was 16.4%, without including oil goods.