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Theme: Foreign Trade


International trade volume, January-June 2012

06.08.2012


According to the preliminary data of the State Statistical Office, the export value of goods in the Republic of Macedonia in the
period January-June 2012 was 1 937 649 thousand US dollars, and the import value was 3 188 557 thousand US dollars. Import
coverage by export was 60.8%. The trade deficit in the period January-June 2012 was 1 250 908 thousand US dollars.


The trade exchange according to products shows that in the exports the most significant products are ferronickel, supported
catalysts with precious metal or precious metal compounds as the active substance, petroleum oil preparations, iron and steel
products (flat-rolled products) and clothes. In the imports, the most significant products are the crude petroleum oils, electricity,
motor vehicles for the transport of persons, n.e.s., nickel ores and concentrates and platinum and platinum alloys, unwrought
or in powder form.


In the period January-June 2012, the most important export partners were the EU-27 countries (62.6%) and the West Balkan
countries (24.5%), while the most important import partners were the EU-27 countries (57.1%) and the Developing countries
(24.4%). According to the total volume of international commodity trade, the most important trade partners of the Republic of
Macedonia are Germany, Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria and Italy (46.7% of the total international commodity trade).






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