The Trade Between Slovenia and Croatia Has Increased by Almost 1.5 Billion Euros Over the Past Six Years

Over the past 6 years, the trade between Slovenia and Croatia has increased by almost 1.5 billion euros – from 2,300,156 euros in 2012 to 3,764,071 euros in 2017.

The main export categories in 2017 included mineral fuels and oils, their products, bituminous substances and mineral waxes (18% of total exports, 398.6 million euros); motor vehicles (except for railway transport and urban electric transport) and components thereof (11%, 237.1 million euros); boilers, devices, mechanical equipment and parts thereof (9%, 205.28 million euros).

In addition, last year, Slovenia exported to Croatia pharmaceutical products (6%, 142 million euros), plastics and plastic products, rubber, elastic and rubber goods (5%, 101.83 million euros), electrical appliances, equipment and parts thereof (4%, 93.84 million euros).

The main categories of import in 2017 included mineral fuels and oils, their derived products, bituminous substances and mineral waxes (12% of total import, 185.92 million euros); motor vehicles (except for railway transport and urban electric transport) and accessories thereof (8%, 127.7 million euros); boilers, devices, mechanical equipment and parts thereof (8%, 114.81 million euros).

In addition, last year, Slovenia imported from Croatia electrical appliances, equipment and parts thereof (5%, 81.29 million euros), aluminium and aluminium goods (4%, 67.69 million euros), as well as wood, wooden products and charcoal (4%, 64.62 million euros).

Source: izvoznookno.si