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Dec 08, 2017 12:06 EEST
December 8 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's trade surplus contracted to 789.3 million euro ($926.3 million) in the first ten months of 2017 from 890.2 million euro in the same period last year, as imports grew faster than exports, the country's statistical office said on Friday.
Exports rose 13.2% on the year to 23.5 billion euro in January-October, while imports increased 14.3% to 22.7 billion euro, the statistical office, SURS, said in a statement.
The export-import ratio during the period was 103.5%.
The European Union was Slovenia’s main trading partner in the first ten months of 2017, absorbing 18.1 billion euro of the country's exports and providing 18.2 billion euro of its imports.
In October alone, Slovenia saw a trade surplus of 161.4 million euro, as exports rose 20.6% on the year to 2.6 billion euro, while imports expanded 17.3% to 2.4 billion euro.
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