From January-March 2022, Belarus’ exports of goods and services increased by 4.8 percent against the same period in 2021 – to reach $10.824bn, the National Bank reports
The foreign trade turnover of goods and services amounted to $20.658bn – a 4 percent rise against January-March 2021. Imports accounted for $9.834bn (3.3 percent up). The positive balance of foreign trade in goods and services stood at the level of $989.5m (in January-March 2021, it was also positive: $808m).
The foreign trade turnover of goods increased by 5.6 percent to make $17.317bn. Exports rose by 5.7 percent (to reach $8.557bn) and imports – by 5.5 percent (to make $8.759bn). The balance was negative: $202.1m (in January-March 2021, it was also negative and amounted to $210.6m).
Foreign trade turnover of services dropped by 3.5 percent to make $3.341bn. Exports rose by 1.2 percent (to reach $2.266bn) and imports decreased by 12 percent (to make $1.074m). The balance was positive: $1,191m (in January-March 2021, it was also positive and made $1,018m).