Foreign Trade in Goods

The volume of export of goods in January-October 2017 amounted to 487.0 million USD, import – 376,5 million USD. Compared to the same indicator in 2016, export grew by 23.7%, while import increased by 41.6%.

The balance of foreign trade in goods amounted to 110,6 million dollars USA. Foreign trade operations in the region were carried out with partners from 110 countries of the world.

Export of goods to the countries of the European Union amounted to 286.3 million USD or 58,8% of the total export and increased by 28,9% compared to January-October 2016.

The volume of export supplies to Germany amounted to 16.9%, Poland – 12.8% of total exports, Belarus – 9.7%, the Russian Federation – 6.3%, Turkey – 5.1 %, Romania – 4.9%, Italy – 4,6%, the Netherlands – 3.1%, Hungary -2.8%, Switzerland – 2.6%.

In commodity structure of export prevailing products of vegetable origin – 19.4%, wood and articles thereof – 15.5%, cars, equipment and mechanisms; electrical equipment – 17.6%, textile materials and textiles – 9.0%, non-precious metals and articles thereof – 7.7%, articles of stone, gypsum, cement – 7.7%, mineral products – 5.6%.

Significant import revenues came from Belarus – 25.8%, Germany – 11.4%, Poland – 10.1%, Hungary – 9.9%, Italy – 7.1%, China – 6.8%, the Russian Federation – 4.9%, the Czech Republic – 2.7%  and France – 2.1% of total imports.

Import of goods from the countries of the European Union amounted to 206.2 million USD or 54.8% of the total volume and increased compared to January -October 2016 by 27.7%.

In the structure of import, 24.7% accounted for mineral products, 21.7% – machinery, equipment and machinery, electrical equipment, 11.0% – polymer materials, plastics and articles thereof, 8.9% – textile materials and textiles 7,6% – means of land transport, aircraft, floating means; 7.5% – non-precious metals and products from them, 4.7% – products of chemical and related industries.

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