Slovenia's Trade Gap Increases in October
Ljubljana, 10 December - Slovenia exported EUR 1.49bn worth of goods in October, while imports stood at EUR 1.53bn. The country's trade gap thus increased to EUR 35.2m from EUR 22.2m in September. The export-import ratio stood at 97.7% in October, down from 98.5% in September, according to the Statistics Office's preliminary data released on Thursday.
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