Croatia's merchandise trade deficit increased from the previous month in September, data released by the Croatian Bureau of Statistics showed Monday.
The trade balance was a deficit of EUR 478.73 million in September, higher than the previous month's EUR 440.80 million deficit. In September last year, the deficit was EUR 579.32 million.
Export of goods increased to EUR 857.69 million in September from EUR 669.27 million in August.
The value Imports advanced to EUR 1.34 billion during the month from EUR 1.11 billion in the previous month.
In the January-September period, the trade balance was a deficit of EUR 4.29 billion. The total value of exports was EUR 6.78 billion during the nine-month period, while imports totaled EUR 11.07 billion, the agency said.
by RTT Staff Writer
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