What is the Percentage of Export-Import Coverage that BiH achieved this Year?

August 6, 2017 1:00 PM

The highest increase in the export-import coverage in the first half of this year compared to last year was achieved by Croatia with 2.6 %, while the smallest one was recorded in Serbia with only 0.5 %.

This year’s increase in the export-import coverage compared to the same period last year in Macedonia was 2.3 %, Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.98 %, Slovenia 1.9 %, and Montenegro 0.8 %.

However, despite the increase in the export-import coverage, the only remaining country in the region with a surplus is Slovenia. This means that Slovenia exports more goods than it imports.

Thus, according to foreign trade exchange in the first five months of this year, Slovenia achieved export-import coverage of 102.2 %, compared with 100.3 % in the same period last year.

Although it achieved the slightest shift, Serbia is the second country in the region with the largest export-import coverage. According to data for the first six months of this year, it was 77.7 %, while in the same period last year it was 77.2 %.

The export-import coverage in Macedonia is also high, and it was 72.6 % for the first five months of this year, while in the same period last year it was 70.3 %.

Although Croatia made significant progress, its export-import coverage is still among the countries in the region with smaller coverage. Thus, in the first five months of this year, the export-import coverage in Croatia was 62.4 %, in comparison to 59.8 % in the same period last year.

In the first six months of this year, BiH achieved 60.48 % of export-import coverage, while it was 58.5 % in the same period last year.

In the last place in the region is Montenegro, whose export-import coverage in the first six months of this year was only 15.7 %, while in the same period last year was even smaller – only 14.9 %.

(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)

 

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