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Kosovo trade gap expands in September

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Kosovo's trade deficit increased by 43.1% year-on-year to EUR 351.3 million in September, the country's statistical office said on Friday.

Exports rose by 66.2% to EUR 69.3 million, while imports increased by 46.4% to EUR 420.6 million.

Kosovo's main export destinations in September were the US, Albania and North Macedonia.

Base metals, various manufactured articles, and plastic and rubber products were Kosovo's main export items.

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