As a result, Croatia’s foreign trade deficit in Q1 2021 narrowed by nine percent to HRK 16.45 billion compared to the 2020 Q1.
The coverage of the import by the export was 64.6%.
In the first three months of 2021, HRK 20.7 billion worth of goods was exported to the EU, 8.9% more on the year, and HRK 9.3 billion to non-EU countries (+10.9%).
The import of goods from the EU totalled HRK 36.7 billion, which was the same level as in the corresponding period of 2020, while import from other countries rose 11.4% to HRK 9.7 billion.
Expressed in euros, Croatia’s goods export totalled €3.97 billion, up 7.9%, while import increased 0.6% to €6.1 billion.
The foreign trade deficit was €2,2 billion.
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