Serbia's January-February external trade at 10.55 bln euros

BELGRADE - Serbia's external goods trade in January-February totalled 10.55 bln euros, which is a 0.6 pct increase y-o-y, according to figures released by the national statistical office.

Goods exports were worth 4.661 bln euros, rising by 3.2 pct y-o-y, while imports totalled 5.888 bln euros, declining by 1.3 pct y-o-y.

The Vojvodina region had the largest share of exports (34.6 pct) and the Belgrade region had the largest share of imports (42 pct).

External trade was the highest with countries with which Serbia has free trade agreements, and EU member states accounted for 60.8 pct of the total.

Serbia's main export partners were Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary and China and its main import partners were Germany, China, Hungary, Italy and Russia.

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