(Adds details) MADRID, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Spain's trade deficit swelled 34 percent in the first seven months of the year as higher energy prices boosted imports and exports of cars fell, the Trade Ministry said on Monday. The trade gap stood at 42.4 billion euros ($51.5 billion) by the end of July. For July alone the gap was 6.1 billion euros, 20.7 percent more than the same month last year. Exports rose 3.1 percent and imports 11.3 percent in the seven month period. Imports of ...
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