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Over 16 Percent increase in Exports from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Exports from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the first three months of this year amounted to three billion and 64 million BAM, which is 16.6 percent more than in the same period last year, while imports amounted to four billion and 402 million BAM, which is 2.7 percent more.

The imports-exports ratio, according to the BiH Statistics Agency, amounted to 69.6 percent, while the foreign trade deficit amounted to one billion and 338 million BAM.

Exports to CEFTA countries amounted to 473 million BAM, which is 18.9 percent more than in the same period last year, while imports amounted to 530 million BAM, which is 5.8 percent more.

The imports-exports ratio with CEFTA countries was 89.3 percent.

Exports to EU countries amounted to two billion and 272 million BAM and is higher by 17.9 percent than in the same period last year, while imports amounted to two billion and 679 million BAM, which is two percent more.

The imports-exports ratio with EU countries was 84.8 percent.

Exports to CEFTA countries amounted to 473 million BAM, which is 18.9 percent more than in the same period last year, while imports amounted to 530 million BAM, which is 5.8 percent more.

The imports-exports ratio with CEFTA countries was 89.3 percent.

Exports to EU countries amounted to two billion and 272 million BAM and is higher by 17.9 percent than in the same period last year, while imports amounted to two billion and 679 million BAM, which is two percent more.

The imports-exports ratio with EU countries was 84.8 percent, Fena news agency writes.

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