KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia's October exports rose 0.2% from a year earlier, beating expectations, on higher shipments of palm oil and manufactured goods, government data showed on Friday. The median of five economists' estimates in a Reuters survey had forecast a 0.8% decline. In September, exports had risen 13.6%. Imports in October shrank 6% from a year earlier, compared to the 3.6% drop in September, data from the International Trade and Industry Ministry showed. Analysts were expecting a fall of 4.5%. Malaysia's trade surplus in October widened slightly to 22.1 billion ringgit ($5.43 billion) from 22 billion ringgit the previous month. ($1 = 4.0710 ringgit) REUTERS
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