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Total export of goods in Slovakia reached value of EUR 6,544,6 million

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European economies   The total import of goods rose 7,3 % to EUR 6 612,6 million

In April 2019, the total export of goods in Slovakia reached the value of EUR 6 544,6 million with a 2,3 % year-on-year increase.

The total import of goods rose 7,3 % to EUR 6 612,6 million.

The foreign trade balance was in deficit in the value of EUR 68,1 million (the balance was in surplus in the amount of EUR 233,4 million in the corresponding period last year).

In January-April 2019, compared with the corresponding period last year, the total export of goods increased 6,9 % to EUR 27 316,2 million and the total import 7,3 % to EUR 26 351,8 million.

The foreign trade balance was in surplus in the amount of EUR 964,5 million (by EUR 22,1 million lower than in the corresponding period last year).

In January-April 2019, compared with the corresponding period last year, export to the EU Member States increased 4,2 % and it represented 84,2 % of the total export.

Import from the EU Member States represented 68,2 % of the total import and it grew 10,8 %, year-on-year.

In January-April 2019, compared with the corresponding period last year, export to the non-EU countries increased 24,7 % and it represented 15,8 % of the total export.

Import from the non-EU countries represented 31,8 % of the total import and it increased 0,6 %, year-on-year.

In the foreign trade of the SR, the most traded SITC section was Machinery and transport equipment with a share of 61,9 % of the total export and 50,3 % of the total import.

In April 2019, after seasonal adjustment, the total export of goods reached the value of EUR 6 693,5 million with a year-on-year growth 3 %.

The total import of goods increased 7,8 % to EUR 6 678,8 million.

The foreign trade balance was in surplus in the amount of EUR 14,6 million (by EUR 284,1 million lower than in April 2018).


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