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Dec 05, 2017 16:01 EEST
December 5 (SeeNews) - Macedonia's trade deficit rose by 1% year-on-year to 87.85 billion denars ($1.69 billion/1.42 billion euro) in the ten months through October, the country's statistical office, Makstat, said on Tuesday.
Exports rose 15.9% on the year to 255.45 billion denars in January-October, while imports grew 11.7% to 343.3 billion denars, Makstat said in a statement.
In October alone, Macedonian exports increased by an annual 19.9%, while imports added 16.1% on the year.
Macedonian exports mainly consisted of supported catalysts with precious metal or precious metal compounds as the active substance, ignition wiring sets, ferro-nickel and clothes.
The country predominantly imported platinum alloys, petroleum oils and electricity.
Macedonia's main trading partners in January-October were Germany, the UK, Greece, Serbia and Bulgaria
(1 euro=61.483 denars)
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