Ljubljana, 07 January (STA) - Slovenia exported EUR 1.67bn-worth of goods in November 2010, while the value of imports reached EUR 1.85bn, putting the export-import ratio at 90.3%, provisional data from the Statistics Office show.
Both exports and imports were up year-on-year, the former by 14.5% and the latter by 17.5%.
Exports to the EU were worth EUR 1.2bn, which is 72% of the total exports, while imports from the EU reached EUR 1.41bn, accounting for 76.2% of overall imports.
Meanwhile, the country exported EUR 469.1m to non-EU countries and imported EUR 441.7m-worth of goods from them.
In the first eleven months of 2010, exports stood at EUR 16.75bn, which is a 13.3% increase year-on-year, while imports stood at EUR 17.91bn or 14.1% more than in the same period in 2009. The trade gap in this period subsequently amounted to EUR 1.16bn and the export-import ratio stood at 93.5%.