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The volume of Moldovan exports in January-November 2020 amounted to $2 billion 266.9 million, down 11.5% compared to the same period in 2019.

The volume of Moldovan exports in January-November 2020 amounted to $2 billion 266.9 million, down 11.5% compared to the same period in 2019.

The National Bureau of Statistics reported that, the export of domestic goods over 11 months in 2020 amounted to $1 billion 744.2 million (76.9% of the total), down 4.4% compared to the same period last year. At the same time, the re-export of goods in January-November 2020 amounted to $522.8 million (23.1% of the total), which is 28.9% less than in the same period of 2019. At the same time, the re-export of goods after processing (clothes, shoes, shoe parts, armchairs, electrical wiring and cables, other products for the automotive industry, peeled nuts, chairs and other furniture, suitcases, textiles, toys, etc.) accounted for 16.8% of total exports, and the classic re-export of foreign goods (medicines, cigarettes, wine distillates, whiskey, gin, vodka, liqueurs, beer, fuel, textiles, knitwear, essential oils, perfumes and cosmetics, vehicles, furniture, etc.) - 6.3%. According to the NBS, for the export of goods abroad in this period, motor transport was most often used - 88.3% of the total volume, followed by sea transport - 7%, railway - 2.8%, air - 1.9%. In general, Moldovan exports to the EU countries in January-November 2020, compared to the same period in 2019, decreased by 7.1% - to $1 billion 520.5 million, to the CIS countries - decreased by 15.9% - to $340 million, and to other countries - decreased by 21.8% - to $406.5 million. The share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan exports for the specified period increased from 63.92% to 67.07%, the share of CIS countries - decreased from 15.79% to 15%, while the share of other countries decreased from 20.29% to 17.93%. In January-November 2020, the main countries of destination for Moldovan exports were: Romania (28.4% of the total Moldovan exports), Germany (9.2%), Russia (8.7%), Italy (8.6%) , Turkey (6.6%), Poland (4.4%), Czech Republic (3.3%), Belarus (2.7%), Ukraine (2.6%), Switzerland (2.4%), Bulgaria (2.4%), Netherlands (2.3%), United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1.7%), Spain (1.3%), France (1.2%), Greece (1.1%) ). Moreover, over 11 months in 2020, compared to the same period in 2019, Moldova reduced exports to Romania (-9.6%), Italy (-20%), Russia (-15.5%), Switzerland (-28.2%) ), Germany (-8.1%), Ukraine (-19.8%), Turkey (-8.8%), Belarus (-18%), Syria (-74.7%), Greece (-27, 4%), Malaysia (-73.7%), Great Britain (-15.1%), Austria (-24.2%), Indonesia (-56.7%), China (-27.3%), France (-13.3%), Poland (-3.5%), Afghanistan (-96.3%), Spain (-9.4%), Slovakia (-24.2%), Armenia (-67.1 %), Iraq (-27.6%), Taiwan (-69%), Canada (-32.3%), Egypt (-85.6%), Azerbaijan (-39.4%), Israel (-23 %), Belgium (-10.9%), Bangladesh (-80.9%), UAE (-69.1%), Myanmar (-70.1%), Lithuania (-11.8%). At the same time, during this period, the volume of Moldovan exports to the following countries increased: Holland (+ 48.2%), Czech Republic (+ 27.3%), Hungary (2.5 times), Ethiopia (4.8 times), Kazakhstan increased. (+ 38.3%), Jordan (141.2 times), Georgia (+ 12.9%), Estonia (1.7 times), USA (+ 7.3%), Croatia (2.1 times), Portugal (+ 13.2%), Uzbekistan (+ 32%). In the structure of exports from January to November 2020, about 90.3% of the total volume of Moldovan exports accounted for six product groups in general: machinery and equipment for transport (23%); food products and live animals (21.6%); various industrial products (20.7%); non-food raw materials (10.5%); drinks and tobacco (7.5%); industrial goods (7%). // 15.01.2021 - InfoMarket.

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