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Kosovoʼs trade gap shrinks in October

Trade

Kosovoʼs trade deficit decreased by 5.5% year-on-year to EUR 267 million (USD 317 million) in October, as exports increased more than imports, the countryʼs statistical office said.

Exports rose by 57% on the year to EUR 50.6 million in the month under review, whereas imports edged up by an annual 1% to EUR 317.6 million.

Kosovoʼs main export destinations in October were Albania, Germany, and Switzerland. 

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