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The volume of Moldovan exports in January-July 2019 increased by 3.1%, compared with the same period in 2018, amounting to $ 1 billion 581.6 million.

The volume of Moldovan exports in January-July 2019 increased by 3.1%, compared with the same period in 2018, amounting to $ 1 billion 581.6 million.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, InfoMarket was informed that the export of domestic goods for 7 months of 2019 amounted to about $ 1 billion 103.6 million (69.8% of the total), an increase of 8.3% compared to the same period of the previous year. At the same time, re-export of goods in January-July 2019 amounted to approximately $ 478 million (30.2% of the total), which is 7.2% less than the same period in 2018. Herewith, re-export of goods after processing (clothes, shoes, parts of shoes, chairs, electrical wiring and cable, other products for the automotive industry, peeled nuts, chairs and other furniture, suitcases, textiles, toys, etc.) accounted for 21.7% of total exports, and classic re-export of foreign goods (medicines, cigarettes, wine distillates, whiskey, gin, vodka, liquors, beer, fuels about, fabrics, knitwear, essential oils, perfumes and cosmetics, vehicles, furniture, etc.) - 8.5%. According to the NBS, for the export of goods abroad during the indicated period, vehicles were most often used - 86.9% of the total, followed by sea transport - 7%, railway - 4.4%, air - 1.6% and mail - 0.1%. In general, Moldovan exports to the EU countries in January-July 2019, compared to the same period in 2018, decreased by 1.8% - to $ 1 billion 034.1 million, to the CIS countries - decreased by 5% - to $ 232,9 million, and to other countries - increased by 33.8% - up to $ 314.6 million. The share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan exports for the indicated period decreased from 68.68% to 65.38%, the share of CIS countries decreased from 15.99% to 14.73%, while the share of other countries increased from 15.33% to 19.89%. Meanwhile, for 7 months in 2019, compared with the same period in 2018, Moldova increased exports to Turkey (2.3 times), Romania (+ 8.8%), Switzerland (+ 46.2%), Germany (+8,7%), Poland (+ 15%), Syria (4.9 times), Czech Republic (+ 22.7%), Russia (+ 3.8%), Indonesia (2.3 times), Cyprus ( 1.6 times), Afghanistan (58.5 times), Canada (2.2 times), Israel (2.4 times), Spain (+ 9.6%), Egypt (4 times), Tunisia (38.5 times), Latvia (+ 29.6%), Gibraltar (14.6 times), Morocco (1.7 times), South Africa (2.3 times), Brazil (3475, 7 times), Hungary (+ 12.3%), Finland (4.6 times), Hong Kong (3.2 times), Swaziland (1.8 times), Vietnam (1.8 times), Libya (4.1 times), Azerbaijan (+ 11.4%). At the same time, Moldovan exports reduced to the UK (-35.9%), Italy (-9.2%), France (-38.5%), Serbia (-61.2%), Portugal (-99.2%), Bulgaria (-27.4%), Belarus (-14.7%), Austria (-30.4%), United Arab Emirates (-83.7%), Greece (-26.6%), Slovakia (-43.1%), Ukraine (-10.6%), Kazakhstan (-44.5%), Saudi Arabia (-57.6%), Iraq (-19.8%), Lebanon (-16,1%), Myanmar (-56.8%), Lithuania (-19.8%), Bangladesh (-68.3%), Denmark (-62.9%), Thailand (-78%), Northern Macedonia (-46.4%), Georgia (-4.3%), Holland (-2%), Malaysia (-13%), China (-3.7%).// 16.09.2019 — InfoMarket.

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