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Moldovan exports to the EU countries grew in January-November 2018 by 19.9% to $1 billion 726.1 million, compared with the same period in 2017

Moldovan exports to the EU countries grew in January-November 2018 by 19.9% to $1 billion 726.1 million, compared with the same period in 2017

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, in particular, during this period, the share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan exports increased from 65.68% to 69.38% (the record maximum was previously 69.59%). Over 11 months in 2018, the following EU countries purchased the largest volumes of domestic products: Romania, Italy, Germany, and Poland. At the same time, the first 3 countries significantly increased the volume of purchases of Moldovan goods. In particular, in January-November 2018, as compared with the same period of the previous year, the supply of Moldovan products to Romania increased by 33.7% - to $729.8 million, to Italy - by 34.6% to $ 289.7 million, to Germany - by 37.8% to $204.9 million. Exports of domestic goods to Poland decreased by 3.3% to $90.5 million, to the UK - decreased by 40.1% to $74.5 million, to Bulgaria - decreased by 36.8% to $45.5 million. To France, exports increased by 6.8% to $45.2 million, to the Czech Republic - grew by 46.2% to $39.4 million, to Austria - decreased by 2% to $37.5 million, to Holland - increased by 49.35 to $34.4 million. Over 11 months in 2018, Moldovan exports to the following also increased: to Greece - by 15.6% to $32.2 million, to Spain - by 13.8% to $ 24.9 million, to Slovakia - 1.8 times to $16.9 million, to Belgium - by 17.2% to $13.6 million, to Portugal - 14.3 times up to $9.35 million, to Cyprus - by 9.9% up to $8.6 million, to Lithuania - by 2.5% up to $8.1 million. Deliveries of domestic goods to Hungary amounted to 7.8 million (-15.7%), Latvia - 5.5 million (+ 2.2%), Estonia - $2.86 million (-11.8%), to Denmark - up to $1.55 million (+ 16.5%), to Croatia - $0.9 million (+ 25.1%), to Sweden - $0.73 million (- 26.9%), to Malta - $0.59 million (up 33.1 times), to Finland - $ 345.1 thousand (up 3.8 times), to Ireland - $327.7 thousand (-46.7%), to Luxemburg - $47.8 thousand (+ 32.1%), to Slovenia - $7.43 thousand (-97%). // 17.01.2019 - InfoMarket.

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