France’s trade deficit reached 34 billion euro in the first half of this year, and commodity exports fell by 21.5%

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in August 7th, Paris, France, 7, the latest statistics show that the trade gap between France and the euro reached 21.5% euros in the first half of this year due to the impact of the new crown pneumonia epidemic. The export of goods decreased by 21.5% compared with the same period last year. According to the data, < / P > < p > in the first half of this year, France’s trade deficit after seasonality and workday correction was 34 billion euro, compared with 29 billion euro in the first half of last year. France’s exports fell by 28.9% in the second quarter; France’s trade deficit reached 7.46 billion euro in May and further expanded to 7.96 billion euro in June. French customs said that at present, France’s trade imports reached 85% of last year’s average level, while trade exports were 75% of last year’s average level. According to French customs data, French commodity exports in the first half of this year fell by 21.5% compared with the same period last year, even larger than the decline during the worst period of the financial crisis. Due to the impact of the financial crisis, France’s commodity exports fell by 20.8% in the first half of 2009. < p > < p > French trade minister Lester said on the same day that the above data “is not surprising”, and the scale of the crisis France is experiencing is huge. He said the stimulus package to be introduced by the French government at the end of the month would include support for French exports. In addition, economic data released by the French National Institute of statistics and Economics on the 7th showed that French industrial output rose by 12.7% month on month in June this year, exceeding the external expectation, but lower than the 19.9% month on month growth in May.