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Exports to third countries have shrunk by 10.6% between January and October compared to the same period of last year, national statistics show.
The amount exported for that time was BGN 11.973 B, with Turkey, Macedonia, Serbia, China, Russia and the US being the main non-EU partners for Bulgarian goods.
Bulgarian exports to the European Union increased by 6% between January and September compared to the same period of last year, national statistics show.
Exports amounted to BGN 23.0345 B in the first nine months of the year, according to preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
Political instability in Bulgaria is likely to mar optimistic forecasts for economic growth next year, said economists from the Institute for Market Economics.
According to the latest expectations of the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund, the growth of Bulgaria's economy will be around 2.5% - 3% in 2017.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into Bulgaria was 21% less in the first nine months of 2016 compared to the same period of last year, central bank statistics show.
According to data from the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB), FDI for January - September 2016 amounted to EUR 1.3 B, which is 2.8% of Bulgaria's gross domestic product (GDP).