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Imports to Moldova in January-November 2020 decreased by 8.6%, amounting to $4 billion 848.6 million compared to the same period in 2019.

Imports to Moldova in January-November 2020 decreased by 8.6%, amounting to $4 billion 848.6 million compared to the same period in 2019.

The National Bureau of Statistics informed that, at the same time, traditionally, most of the goods were imported into the country by road - 87.7% of the total. Railway transport accounted for 4.6% of total imports, air transport - 2.3%, sea transport - 1.5%, self-propelled imports - 0.6%, mail - 0.2%, and the share of fixed transport installations (gas pipelines, power grids) - 3.1% of total imports. In particular, the volume of imports to Moldova of products from the EU over 11 months in 2020, decreased versus the same period of 2019 by 14.1% - to $2 billion 222.7 million, from the CIS countries - decreased by 7.4% - to $1 billion 182.8 million. Import of goods from other states increased by 0.5% - to $1 billion 443.1 million. The share of EU countries in the total volume of Moldovan imports decreased from 48.82% to 45.84%, the share of CIS countries increased from 24.10% to 24, 39%, and the share of other states increased from 27.08% to 29.76%. The TOP countries, which accounted for the largest volumes of Moldovan imports over 11 months in 2020, included: China (11.8% of total imports), Romania (11.7%), Russia (10.9%), Ukraine (9.9%), Germany (8.4%), Turkey (7%), Italy (6.4%), Poland (4%), France (2.2%), Belarus (2.1%), Hungary (1.9%), Czech Republic (1.8% ), Spain (1.5%), the USA, Bulgaria and Austria 1.2% each. At the same time, according to the NBS, in January-November 2020, versus the same period of 2019, imports to Moldova from the following countries decreased: Romania (-26.2%), Russia (-13.7%), Italy ( -16.5%), Ukraine (-8.6%), Germany (-6.8%), Austria (-32.7%), France (-20%), Czech Republic (-17.6%), Turkey (-4.9%), Belarus (-13.5%), Hungary (-9.7%), USA (-12.5%), Great Britain (-15.5%), Vietnam (-10, 3%), Sweden (-18.9%), Taiwan (-21.2%), Slovakia (-10.6%), Morocco (-38.9%), Lithuania (-16%), Spain (- 2.8%), Finland (-12.5%). At the same time, the volume of imports to Moldova from the following countries increased: Kazakhstan (5.9 times), China (+ 5.9%), Poland (+ 7.7%), Serbia (+ 45.5%), Bulgaria (+ 10.3%), India (+ 11.4%), Azerbaijan (5.7 times), Japan (+ 7%), Pakistan (+ 47.1%), Slovenia (+ 13.1%), Ecuador (+ 15.9%), South Korea (+ 6.1%), Greece (+ 9.7%), Georgia (1.5 times). In the structure of imports for the period from January to November 2020, approximately 95.2% of total imports accounted for six commodity items: machinery and equipment for transport (26%); manufactured goods (19.9%); chemical products (15.4%); food products and live animals (12.1%); various manufactured goods (11%); mineral fuel (10.8%). // 15.01.2021 - InfoMarket.

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