Dec. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Argentina’s trade surplus was $634 million in November compared with $364 million in the same month last year, the national statistics institute said.
The median estimate of 10 economists surveyed by Bloomberg was for a surplus of $365 million.
Exports fell 2 percent from a year earlier to $6.46 billion, while imports fell 6 percent to $5.83 billion over the same period, the agency said in Buenos Aires today.
Earlier this month, Argentina filed complaints with the World Trade Organization against the U.S. for blocking imports of beef and lemons and against the European Union for restricting biodiesel imports.
South America’s second-biggest economy is considering an additional complaint against Europe’s agriculture subsidies as they affect the country’s exports and output, Foreign Minister Hector Timerman told reporters on Dec. 5 in Buenos Aires.
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