Ljubljana, 10 December (STA) - Slovenia exported EUR 1.6bn-worth of goods in October, up 10% year-on-year, with imports topping EUR 1.8bn, a 14.1% increase, according to provisional data from the Statistics Office.
Exports to the EU were worth EUR 1.32bn, which is 71.6% of the total exports, while imports from the EU stood at EUR 1.4bn, accounting for 76.9% of overall imports.
In the first ten months of 2010, both exports and imports were up by 13.2% compared to the same period last year.
Exports exceeded EUR 15bn, while imports stood at some EUR 16bn. The trade gap of the first ten moths subsequently amounted to EUR 911.5m and the export-import ratio stood at 94.3%.