Ljubljana, 09 June (STA) - Slovenia exported EUR 1.45bn worth of goods in April, up 11.9% year-on-year, with imports topping EUR 1.56bn, a 12.2% increase compared to the same period last year, according to provisional data from the Statistics Office.
The trade gap amounted to EUR 104.5m and export-import ratio dropped from 97.3% to 93.2% in April over March.
Nearly 73% of exports (EUR 1.06bn) ended in the EU market, while 78.4% (EUR 1.22bn) of Slovenia's imports came from the EU.
According to provisional data, Slovenia's exports amounted to EUR 5.64bn between January and April, which was an 8.5% increase year-on-year. Imports in the first four months amounted to EUR 5.9bn, which was up 7.3% compared to last year.
The trade gap in the first four months topped EUR 310.7m, with export-import ratio reaching 94.8%.