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Dec 08, 2017 13:03 EEST
December 8 (SeeNews) - Croatia's trade gap widened to 50.26 billion kuna ($7.8 billion/6.7 billion euro) in the first ten months of 2017, from 47.05 billion kuna in the prior-year period, the country's statistical office announced on Friday, citing preliminary data.
Croatia’s exports grew 13.6% on the year, reaching 85.1 billion kuna in January-October, while imports rose 11.0% to 135.4 billion kuna, the statistical office said in a statement.
Exports to the EU increased to 55.1 billion kuna in the review period, from 50.2 billion kuna a year earlier.
Imports from the EU grew to 105.4 billion kuna, from 95.8 billion kuna.
(1 euro=7.55213 kuna)
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