Oil exports give Britain a record trade surplus

Britain announced Monday a record $:311 million ($730 million) balance-of-payments surplus in July, an unexpected boost to its struggling economy. A major factor was net exports of oil worth $240 million, the Trade Department said. However, non-oil trade also showed a surplus of $374 million, the highest since 1977.

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