Slovenia's foreign trade of goods remains robust

Ljubljana, 4 January - Slovenia exported EUR 4.8 billion worth of goods in November, a rise of 29.7% from the same month a year ago, as imports of goods rose by 21.1% to EUR 4.8 billion, fresh figures from the Statistics Office (SURS) show. The export-import ratio hit 99.9%, as the country generated a EUR 3 million deficit.

Ships in the port of Koper, Slovenia's only commercial port at the sea.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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