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2018


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Catalan exports continue rising, with an annual growth of 4.2% in July, as data published by Idescat shows this October. This means Catalan exports represent about 26% of all Spanish exports. This growth is mainly due to the export of intermediate goods. By sectors, the 28.1% growth of energy products stands out, as well as the 12.6% of agriculture, forestry, fishery livestock, aquaculture and game farming.

 [10/25/2018]

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