Bulgaria Sees Trade Surplus
Bulgaria Sees Trade Surplus

Bulgaria Sees Trade Surplus

Bulgaria Sees Trade Surplus

Bulgaria’s exports increased by 18.8% and imports by 18.4% in May 2017 compared to the same month of the previous year, KSH reported. The trade surplus was up €170 million ($193.8 million) to €913 million, according to a first estimate of data for the May external trade in goods from the Central Statistical Office. In May 2017, the value of exports amounted to €8.995 billion, and that of imports to €8.082 billion. The trade surplus thus amounted to €913 million. The share of European Union member states was 78% in exports and 75% in imports.


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