By Brian Love and Jan Strupczewski PARIS/BRUSSELS, May 22 (Reuters) - Euro zone exports rose in March despite the currency's exchange rate strength, lifting the region's trade surplus as the value of imports dipped, data from the European Union's statistics office showed on Tuesday. That said, Germany's economy ministry said euro appreciation was beginning to erode the price competitiveness of the world's top export nation and one of the men running Airbus parent EADS said more rises in ...
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