Bosnia's trade gap widens in Jan-Feb
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Bosnia's trade deficit rose 52% year-on-year to BAM 1.088 billion (EUR 557 million) in the first two months of this year, figures released by the country's statistical office showed on Monday.
Exports grew by an annual 41% to BAM 2.697 billion in the January-February period, while imports rose by an annual 44% to BAM 3.784 billion, the statistics agency said.
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