South Korea September exports rise for first time in seven months

Good sign: South Korea exports jumped 7.7% in September from a year earlier to US$48.05bil, the first expansion since February. — Bloomberg

SEOUL: South Korean exports rose for the first time in seven months in September as major trading partners eased lockdowns and gradually resumed business activity, government data showed yesterday.

September also had more working days than a year earlier.

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