Slovenia posted a trade surplus of €829.1mn in the first half of the year, compared to a surplus of €47.9mn a year earlier, the statistics office said on August 7.
Slovenia’s exports amounted to €15.9bn, down 5.6% year on year while imports declined 10.3% to €15.1bn, data showed.
In June, exports amounted to €2.68bn, down by 4.2% year on year while imports fell 5.1% to €2.56bn, making a surplus of €120mn.
In June the export/import ratio was 104.7%.
Slovenia’s exports to EU member countries declined by an annual 11.4% to €1.76bn in June, while imports amounted to €1.7bn or 11% less than in June 2019.