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Imports to Moldova in 2018, compared with 2017, increased by 19.3%, amounting to $ 5 billion 764.3 million.

Imports to Moldova in 2018, compared with 2017, increased by 19.3%, amounting to $ 5 billion 764.3 million.

As InfoMarket was told in the National Bureau of Statistics, the majority of goods were imported into the country by road - 82.8% of the total. Railway transport accounted for 5.7% of total imports, sea transport - 2.8%, air transport - 2.7%, mailings - 0.2%, and fixed transport installations (gas pipelines, power grids) - 5.2% of total imports. In particular, the volume of imports to Moldova of products from the EU in 2018, compared with 2017, increased by 19.4% - to $ 2 billion 851.7 million, from the CIS countries - increased by 20.1% - to $ 1 billion 449.3 million. Imports of goods from other countries increased by 18.4% to $ 1 billion 463.3 million. The share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan imports increased from 49.45% to 49.47%, the share of CIS countries - increased from 24.96% to 25.14%, while the share of other states decreased from 25.59% to 25.39%. According to the NBS, in 2018, compared with 2017, imports from Russia (+ 26.1%), Romania (+ 20.7%), China (+ 18.8%), Germany increased (+ 23.9%), Ukraine (+ 12.9%), Italy (+ 17.6%), Poland (+ 22.3%), Turkey (+ 11.7%), Austria (+29.1 %), France (+ 17.5%), Czech Republic (+ 27.5%), Japan (+ 41.4%), Spain (+ 24.9%), Belarus (+ 11.8%), Holland (+ 27%), South Korea (+ 47.7%), Hungary (+ 11.1%), Serbia (1.5 times), Slovakia (+ 36.4%), Belgium (+ 18.8%), Brazil (2.1 times), the USA (+ 8.6%), Slovenia (+ 33.4%), Sweden (+ 29%), Switzerland (+ 13.6%), Kazakhstan (3.5 times ), India (+ 15.6%), Portugal (+ 29.3%), Latvia (+ 45.7%), Israel (+ 37.8%), United Arab Emirates (2.5 times), Great Britain (+ 4.9%), Canada (+ 42.9%), Ecuador (+ 19.7%), Thailand (+ 30.2%). At the same time, imports to Moldova decreased from Bulgaria (-12.9%), Macedonia (-32.9%), Uzbekistan (-29.8%), Greece (-5.5%), Luxembourg (-58,4%) and other countries.// 15.02.2019 — InfoMarket.

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