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Excellent service provided by RW Freight with my shipments to Sweden. Have no problems at all and everything is always collected on time and delivered as planned. Well informed if anything changes and a excellent overall service as expected.

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Irish State’s export trade fell by €624 million in January

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The value of the Republic’s export trade fell by €624 million in January, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office; preliminary figures for January 2016 show that seasonally adjusted goods exports decreased by 6 per cent to €9.6bn compared with December 2015.

Despite the fall, exports of medical and pharmaceutical products increased by 18 per centto €2.4bn.
Exports of office machines and automatic data processing machines rose 78 per cent to €529 million, while exports of food and live animals increased by 8 per cent to €705 million over the same period.

The EU accounted for 56 per cent, or just over €5bn of total goods exports in January, of which €1.4bn went to Belgium and €985 million to Great Britain.
The USA was the main non-EU destination accounting for 25 per cent of total exports.