Re-export of passenger cars down $ 329 million

Re-export of passenger cars down $ 329 million

access_time2021-01-20 16:27:57


Re-export of vehicles fell by 44.9% from  $733 to  $404 million.

 

Ferroalloys which exports amounted to $ 180 million are the third in the list that  is 25% less than in the same period of  2019.

 


Wine export fell 5% to $ 143 million, although due to the drop in the total exports, the share of wine increased from 5.6% to 6%.

In  the same period, car imports fell by about the same amount - from $ 1.108 billion to $ 759 million- the National Statistics Office reports..

Apart from  passenger cars, a significant decline of 18.5% was recorded in the ferroalloys exports that fell to $ 247 million. Drug exports also fell 42.6% to $ 99 million. wine and mineral water  businesses  also see a decline. Wine exports fell 5.6% from  $ 223 million to $ 210 million, while mineral water exports fell 12.7% from $ 134 million to $ 117 million.

Copper ores took the first place among the export commodities, they  exports increased 12.3% to $ 729 million. Almost two thirds  of the products were re-exported to China. Hazelnut exports rose  41% for the first time in recent years reaching $ 94 million.

The highest growth of  751% was recorded in the precious metals exports and re-exports , namely  from $ 10.6 million to $ 90 million.

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