June 19 (Bloomberg) -- Colombia’s imports rose 6 percent in April from a year earlier to $4.459 billion, the national statistics agency said today in a report on its website.
The nation’s trade surplus was $636.8 million, the agency said. The median forecast of seven analysts surveyed by Bloomberg was for a surplus of $415 million.
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