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15 Aprile 2021



The State Bureau of Statistics (DZS) released on its preliminary import-export data for the January-February period of 2021, which shows that in those two months imports were down HRK 28 billion or 7.8% year-on-year, while merchandise exports in the same period were lower by HRK 18 billion or 1.8% -- and the foreign trade deficit in the two months fell by HRK 10 billion or 17% from the first two months of 2020.Preliminary DZS data shows that in the two-month period January-February of this year the coverage of Croatian imports by exports was 64.3%, and at the same time exports of goods to other European Union (EU) Member States were 3.2% or HRK 12.5 billion less year-on-year, while exports to non-EU member countries increased HRK 5.5 billion  or 1.5%--and in the two months there was a year-on-year decrease of HRK 10 billion or 17% in the foreign trade deficit.  Expressed in euros, Croatian merchandise exports in the first two months of this year amounted to EUR 2.4 billion or 3.3% less year-on-year, and imports dropped by EUR 3.7 billion or 9.1%, to EUR 3.7 billion —which put the foreign trade deficit at EUR 1.3 billion. Compared to the same period a year ago, the value of imported goods from EU member states into Croatia in the first two months of this year fell by EUR 2.9 billion or 10.6% when compared to the January-February 2020, while the value of imports into Croatia from non-EU countries fell by EUR 762.8 million or by 2.8%. (ICE ZAGABRIA)

Fonte notizia: N1 TELEVIZIJA online edition 9/4/2021