Kosovo trade gap widens in April

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Kosovo's trade deficit increased by 100.5% year-on-year to EUR 323.4 million in April, the country's statistical office said. Exports (FOB) rose by 86.9% year-on-year to EUR 61.1 million, while imports (CIF) increased by 98.2% to EUR 384.5 million in April.

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

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