Ljubljana, 09 January (STA) - Slovenia's exports of goods dropped by 1% to EUR 1.863bn in November year-on-year, while imports rose by 3.3% to EUR 1.939bn, putting the export-import coverage at 96.1%, preliminary data released by the National Statistics Office on Thursday show.
Exports to EU countries reached EUR 1.422bn, or 76.3% of the country's total exports in November, whereas imports from the EU stood at EUR 1.544bn or 79.6% of the total monthly imports.
The country's exports to non-EU countries amounted to EUR 440.5m, while imports from non-EU economies was somewhat lower at EUR 395.1m.
In the January-to-November period, Slovenia's exports rose by 2.2% to EUR 19.998bn over the same period in 2012.
Imports in the same period edged up 0.1% to EUR 20.419bn.
The trade gap from the first eleven months stood at EUR 420.6m, putting the export-import ratio at 97.9%.