Exports of Moldovan alcohol products to the EU countries in 2018, compared with 2017, in monetary terms increased by 13.8% - from $ 61.78 million to $ 70.3 million.
As InfoMarket was told in the National Bank of Moldova, from the data of the Balance of Payments of the country over the past year it follows that, the share of the EU countries in total exports of Moldovan alcoholic beverages increased from 33.6% in 2017 to 35.9% in 2018. The main buyer of Moldovan wines and brandies among the EU countries last year was Romania, which increased their purchases in value terms by 27% - from $ 14.37 million in 2017 to $ 18.25 million in 2018. Supplies of Moldovan alcoholic beverages in the Czech Republic over the same period increased by 35.9% - from $ 9.61 million to $ 13.06 million, in Poland - reduced by 19.9% - from $ 13.57 million to $ 10.87 million, in Germany - increased by 67.1% - from $ 3.04 million to $ 5.08 million, to the UK - increased by 31.6% - from $ 3.07 million to $ 4.04 million. Exports of Moldovan wines and brandies to Holland increased 2.4 times - from $ 1.52 million to $ 3.63 million, and to Spain - 47.8 times - from $ 0.06 million to $ 2.87 million. Supplies of Moldovan alcohol to Bulgaria decreased by 18.9% - from $ 3.23 million to $ 2.62 million, to Latvia - increased by 33.5% - from $ 1.61 million to $ 2.15 million, to Slovakia - increased by 0.5% - from $ 1.92 million to $ 1.93 million. In addition, Moldovan alcohol products in more or less large quantities were supplied in 2018 also in the following EU countries: Greece - by $ 1.74 million (-24.3%, compared to 2017), Lithuania - $ 1.59 million (-8.1%), Estonia - $ 1.13 million (-17, 5%), Hungary - $ 0.1 million (-96.3%).// 08.04.2019 — InfoMarket.