Moldovan exports to the EU countries in January-February 2019, compared with the same period in 2018, grew by 4.6% up to $ 306.6 million.

Moldovan exports to the EU countries in January-February 2019, compared with the same period in 2018, grew by 4.6% up to $ 306.6 million.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, in particular, during this period, the share of EU countries in the total Moldovan exports decreased from 67.24% to 64.45% (a record high of 69.59% previously). The largest volumes of domestic products among the EU countries in the first 2 months 2019 purchased Romania, Italy, Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. At the same time, all of these countries increased the volume of purchases of Moldovan goods. In particular, in January-February 2019, in comparison with the same period of the previous year, the supply of Moldovan products to Romania increased by 16.9% - to $ 122.6 million, to Italy - by 21.6% - to $ 57,99 million, to Germany - by 5.3% - up to $ 41.3 million, to Poland - by 18.3% - to $ 16.85 million, to the Czech Republic - by 27.9% - to 7.98 million. Domestic exports of goods to Great Britain decreased by 60.8% - to $ 7.6 million, to France - decreased by 17.3% - to $ 7.46 million, to Holland - decreased by 9.3% - to $ 6.8 million. Supplies of domestic goods to Spain in January-February of this year amounted to $ 6.7 million (-34.3%, compared with the same period of 2018), Bulgaria - $ 6.2 million (-33.1%), Greece - $ 6.2 million (-24.4%), Austria - $ 5.7 million (-17.9%), Cyprus - $ 4.2 million (an increase of 40.8 times), Belgium - $ 2.6 million (-2.4%), Slovakia - $ 1.7 million (-10.7%), Lithuania - $ 1.5 million (+ 4.4%), Latvia - $ 1.2 million (+ 18.4%), Hungary - $ 1 million (-13.8%), Estonia - $ 450 thousand (-42.3%), Denmark - $ 141.6 thousand (-74.2%), Finland - $ 133.1 thousand (an increase of 81.6 times), Croatia - $ 86 thousand (-31 %), Sweden - $ 64.8 thousand (-58.3%), Luxembourg - $ 30.6 thousand (no data), Portugal - $ 19.6 thousand (1.8 times increase), Slovenia - $ 6,6 thousand (no data), Ireland - $ 4.5 thousand (-98.6%).// 19.04.2019 - InfoMarket.

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