The country's export of goods (excluding diamonds) to the US slowed in the three months to November compared with the previous three month-period to August, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics' November report on Israel's foreign trade.
From August to November, the export of goods to the US increased by only 6.6 percent compared with the 26.3% rise in the June to August period. Export of goods to Asia fell 5.9% in the three- month period to November, after an increase of 13.6% from June to August.
In November, exports of goods totaled $2.7 billion, while import of goods totaled $3.1b.
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