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Moldovan exports to the EU countries decreased by 10.8% - to $893.59 million in January-July 2020 relative to the same period in 2019.

Moldovan exports to the EU countries decreased by 10.8% - to $893.59 million in January-July 2020 relative to the same period in 2019.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, in particular, the share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan exports increased from 63.33% to 64.78% (the record maximum was 69.59% earlier). The following EU countries bought the largest volumes of domestic products over 7 months of this year: Romania, Italy, Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. In particular, in January-July 2020, compared to the same period of the previous year, the supply of Moldovan products to Romania decreased by 20.3% - to $357.05 million, to Italy - decreased by 22.7% - to $124.23 million, to Germany - decreased by 13.7% - to $121.49 million, to Poland - decreased by 11.2% - to $54.07 million, to the Czech Republic - increased 1.6 times - to $46.61 million. Exports of domestic goods to Holland increased 1.7 times - to $38.49 million, to Greece - increased by 44.9% - to $22.74 million, to Spain - increased by 12.9% - to $22.71 million, to Bulgaria - decreased by 9.8% - to $20.95 million, to France - decreased by 2.3% - to $20.29 million. Exports of domestic goods to Hungary in January-July 2020 amounted to $11.6 million (up 2.4 times compared to the same period of 2019), to Austria - $10.85 million (-37.1%), Cyprus - $9.09 million (+ 17.6%), Portugal - $8.96 million (up 114.8 times), Belgium - $6.16 million (-31.8%), Slovakia - $5.17 million (-24.4%), Lithuania - $3.87 million (-20.2%), Latvia - $3.49 million (-23.9%), Estonia - $3.32 million (up 1.6 times), Finland - $832.7 thousand (+ 36.4%), Croatia - $561.1 thousand (up 1.5 times), Denmark - $484.8 thousand (+ 3.5%), Sweden - $263.1 thousand (-47.3%), Ireland - $186.7 thousand (up 12 times), Slovenia - $86.9 thousand (up 2 times), Luxembourg - $25.7 thousand (-58.4%), Malta - $2.37 thousand (-99.5%). // 22.09.2020 - InfoMarket.

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