Bulgarian exports had been on the increase for a third consecutive month in February of this year. Strong support for the sector has proven to be traded with EU member states.
A report of the National Statistical Institute shows that the trade exchange with countries outside of the union has shown a considerable improvement, while imports has also noted a rise.
The biggest economies in the EU – Germany, France and Italy along with Turkey, Romania, Greece and Russia have contributed to the increased economic activity registered at the beginning of 2015.
EU foreign trade has been on the increase, marking a 7.7% upward shift on an annual basis, or BGN 2,16 B, showing a decrease as than the number indicated in February – 15,3%.
Meanwhile, exports form Bulgaria’s European allies have increased by 6,5 % or by BGN 2,63 by following a zero shift in January.
Simultaneously, foreign trade with countries outside of the EU have been revived as both exports and imports mark an increase.
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