In 2021, the country’s exports of goods and services increased by 32.5 percent against 2020 – to reach $49.261bn, the National Bank reports
The foreign trade turnover of goods and services amounted to $ 94.751bn – a 30.7 percent rise against 2020. Imports accounted for $45.489bn (28.9 percent up). The positive balance of foreign trade in goods and services stood at the level of $3.772bn (in 2020, it was also positive: $1.898bn).
The foreign trade turnover of goods increased by 34.1 percent to make $78.838bn. Exports rose by 37.4 percent (to reach $39.023bn) and imports – by 31 percent (to make $39.814bn). The balance was negative: $791.1m (in 2020, it was also negative and amounted to $1.993bn).
Foreign trade turnover of services increased by 16.3 percent to make $15.912bn. Exports rose by 16.5 percent (to reach $10.237bn) and imports – by 15.9 percent (to make $5.674bn). The balance was positive: $4.563bn (in 2020, it was also positive and made $3.891bn).