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Nov 03, 2017 15:40 EEST
November 3 (SeeNews) - Macedonia's trade deficit widened by 0.8% year-on-year to 78.9 billion denars ($1.49 billion/1.28 billion euro) in the nine months through September, the country's statistical office, Makstat, said on Friday.
Exports in January-September rose 15% on the year to 226.1 billion denars, while imports grew 11% to 305.0 billion denars, Makstat said in a statement.
In September alone, Macedonian exports increased by an annual 15%, while imports added 8.9% on the year.
Macedonian exports mainly consisted of chemicals, as well as machinery and transport equipment. The country predominantly imported manufactured goods during the review period.
Macedonia's main trading partners in January-September were Germany and Great Britain.
(1 euro=61.47 denars)
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