The country in which Serbia made the largest trade surplus last year, as in previous years, was Bosnia-Herzegovina.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia mainly exported gas oils and motor gasoline, while importing coke, semi-coke of coal and wire of iron and steel.
This actually means that Serbia exported more goods to BiH than what it imported, worth 743 million BAM, Blic reports.
BiH is not the only country with which Serbia has a trade surplus.
According to the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, the largest surplus was recorded with the countries in the region, while Sweden, Slovakia but also the United Kingdom and Slovenia can join this group of countries.
Serbia also trades in surplus countries with remote countries like Saudi Arabia, Australia, the Netherlands, Liechtenstein, Biznis Info reports.