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In January-September 2019, imports to Moldova increased by 2.3%, amounting to $4 billion 272.3 million versus the same period in 2018

In January-September 2019, imports to Moldova increased by 2.3%, amounting to $4 billion 272.3 million versus the same period in 2018

As the National Bureau of Statistics informed, most of the goods were imported into the country by road - 84.8% of the total. Rail transport accounted for 4.9% of total imports, air transport - 2.6%, sea transport - 2.2%, self-propelled imports - 0.7%, mail - 0.2%, and the share of fixed transport installations (gas pipelines, electric networks) - 4.6% of total imports. In particular, the volume of imports to Moldova of products from the EU over 9 months in 2019, compared with the same period in 2018, increased by 1.3% to $2 billion 134.7 million, from the CIS countries - increased by 1.7% - to $1 billion 030.7 million. Import of goods from of other states increased by 4.8% to $1 billion 106.8 million. The share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan imports decreased from 50.44% to 49.97%, the share of CIS countries decreased from 24.27% to 24.13 %, while the share of other states increased from 25.29% to 25.91%. According to the NBS, in January-September 2019, in comparison with the same period in 2018, the volumes of imports to Moldova from the following countries increased: Turkey (+ 17.7%), the Czech Republic (+ 34.2%), Vietnam (+34.2%), Ukraine (+ 1.4%), Belarus (+ 8.9%), Russia (+ 1.2%), India (+ 20.9%), Italy (+ 1.6%), Spain (+ 7.9%), Romania (+ 0.6%), Germany (+ 1.1%), Kazakhstan (1.8 times), France (+ 3%), Uzbekistan (2 times), USA (+ 4.2%), Lithuania (+ 19.3%), Morocco (+ 44.1%), Slovakia (+ 8.6%), Malaysia (+ 26.4%), Croatia (1.6 times), Singapore (2.1 times), Ecuador (+ 13.8%), Portugal (+ 11.7%), Pakistan (+ 40%), Faroe Islands (2.7 times), Taiwan (+ 7.4%), Switzerland (+ 4.5%). At the same time, imports to Moldova from the following countries decreased: Turkmenistan (-82%), Austria (-7.9%), Serbia (-24.1%), Belgium (-12.3%), Bulgaria (-8.8 %), Japan (-9.2%), Denmark (-21.7%), Israel (-24.5%), Chile (-46%), Hungary (-1.9%), Canada (-26 , 2%), Greece (-7.1%), China (-0.3%), Iceland (-25.1%). //15.11.2019 - InfoMarket.

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