Greek exports jumped 35.8 percent in value in June 2011 compared with the corresponding month in 2010, the independent Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) said on Tuesday.
ELSTAT, in a report, said the estimated total value of imports-arrivals, excluding oil products, in June 2011 amounted to 3007.8 million euros against 3368.6 million euros in June 2010, recording a drop of 10.7%.
The total value of imports-dispatches in June 2011 amounted to 3343.0 million euros against 4405.0 million euros in June 2010.
The total value of exports-dispatches, excluding oil products, for the 12-month time period of July 2010 - June 2011 increased by 13.5% compared to the corresponding 12-month time period of July 2009 - June 2010.
The total value of imports-arrivals, excluding oil products, for the 12-month time period of July 2010 - June 2011 decreased by 14,.% compared to the corresponding 12-month time period of July 2009 - June 2010.
The total value of exports-dispatches in June 2011 amounted to 1938.1 million euros against 1427.0 million euros in June 2010, recording an increase of 35.8%.
The total value of exports-dispatches, excluding oil products, in June 2011 amounted to 1343,6 million euros against 1286.3 million euros in June 2010, recording an increase of 4.5%.