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The volume of Moldovan exports increased in 2018 by 11.6%, compared with 2017, reaching $2 billion 706.9 million

The volume of Moldovan exports increased in 2018 by 11.6%, compared with 2017, reaching $2 billion 706.9 million

As InfoMarket was informed by the National Bureau of Statistics, the export of domestic goods in January-December 2018 amounted to about $1.8 billion (68.4% of the total), increasing by 12.9% compared to the same period of the last year. At the same time, the re-export of goods in 2018 amounted to $0.9 billion (31.6% of the total), exceeding 2017 figures by 9%. At the same time, the re-export of goods after processing (clothes, shoes, armchairs, wiring and cable, other products for the automotive industry, peeled nuts, chairs and other furniture, suitcases, textiles, toys, etc.) accounted for 23.3% of the total exports, and the classic re-export of foreign goods (drugs, cigarettes, vodka, liqueurs and other spirits, beer, fabrics, knitwear, essential oils, perfumery - cosmetic products, fuel, vehicles, etc.) - 8.3%. According to the NBS, for the export of goods abroad during this period, motor transport was most often used - 86.9% of the total, followed by sea transport - 6.9%, rail - 4.5%, air - 1.7%. In general, Moldovan exports to the EU countries in 2018, compared to 2017, grew by 16.6% - to $1 billion 862.1 million, to the CIS countries - decreased by 10.1% - to $416 million, and to other countries - increased by 17.4% - to $428.8 million. The share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan exports increased from 65.85% to 68.79% during the period, the share of CIS countries decreased from 19.09% to 15.37%, while the share of other countries increased from 15.06% to 15.84%. At the same time, in 2018, in comparison with 2017, Moldova increased exports to Romania (+ 31.9%), Italy (+ 31.2%), Germany (+ 32.4%), Turkey (+2 , 1%), Switzerland (+ 38.9%), Ukraine (+ 22.6%), Czech Republic (+ 43%), Serbia (1.9 times), Holland (+ 35.1%), United Arab Emirates ( 4.8 times), Greece (+ 27%), Slovakia (1.7 times), Lebanon (1.7 times), Indonesia (1.8 times), Portugal (1.6 times), United States (+ 15.6%), Georgia (+ 15.4%), Saudi Arabia (1.7 times), Cyprus (+ 33.3%), Sudan (2.8 times), Bangladesh (8.1 times), Belgium (+ 14.1%), Angola (1670.3 times), Malaysia (+ 22%), South Africa (7.1 times), Morocco (2.5 times), Tunisia (64 times), Armenia (1.9 times), Israel (+ 26.3%). At the same time, the volume of Moldovan exports to the following countries decreased: UK (-42.1%), Russia (-14.1%), Bulgaria (-38%), Belarus (-20.7%), Poland (-4.7 %), France (-4.9%), Spain (-8.5%), Macedonia (-45.1%), Iraq (-15.4%), Hungary (-17.1%), Uzbekistan (-29.7%), Vietnam (-52.1%), Austria (-3.7%), Myanmar (-22.8%), Kazakhstan (-5.4%), etc. // 15.02. 2019 - InfoMarket.

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