Slovenia's exports up 2.4% in May, imports up 5.1%

Ljubljana, 5 July - Slovenia's exports in May stood at EUR 5.04 billion, or 2.4% more than in the same month last year, while imports were up by 5.1% to EUR 5.57 billion. A trade deficit of almost EUR 536,000 was recorded, with exports accounting for 90.4% of imports in May, the Statistics Office announced on Friday.

Containers in the Koper Port.
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