The Trade Between Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina Has Increased by 40% Over the Past Six Years

Over the past 6 years, the trade between Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina has increased by 40%. Therefore, if in 2012, the commodity exchange made 948.32 million euros, then, by the end of 2017, this figure reached 1.25 billion euros.

The main categories of export to Bosnia and Herzegovina (for 2017) include electrical appliances, equipment and parts thereof (11% of total export, or 80.35 million euros), motor vehicles and their components (11% or 77.12 million euros), boilers, devices, mechanical equipment and parts (9% or 63.53 million euros).

In 2017, Slovenia also exported pharmaceutical products to Bosnia and Herzegovina (8% of total export, 59.12 million euros), mineral fuels and oils, distillates, bituminous substances and mineral waxes (6%, 44.41 million euros), raw skin with or without wool (excluding fur), and leather products (6%, 43.51 million euros).

In turn, the main categories of import from Bosnia and Herzegovina (for 2017) included electrical appliances, equipment and parts thereof (17% of total import, 86.63 million euros), boilers, devices, mechanical equipment and parts (16%, 83.43 million euros), wood, woodwork and charcoal (7%, 38.04 million euros).

In addition, last year Slovenia imported from Bosnia and Herzegovina chemical products (7% of total import, 36 million euros), aluminium and products thereof (7%, 34.9 million euros), as well as furniture, bedding, and mattresses, pillows, lamps and fittings for them, illuminated signs and assembly structures (5%, 26.16 million euros).

Source: izvoznookno.si