Bulgaria had negative trade balances with both EU and non-EU countries in January to November 2014, although it showed a slight improvement in exports to other EU countries.
In January to November 2014, Bulgarian exports to the EU increased by 2.1 per cent compared to January to November 2013 and amounted to 24.9 billion leva, the National Statistics Institute said on February 9 2015, citing preliminary figures.
Among EU countries, the main trade partners of Bulgaria were Germany, Italy, Romania, Greece, France and Belgium. These accounted for 71 per cent of Bulgaria’s exports to other EU member states.
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