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Tunisian market opens to Estonian dairy products

Tunisian market opens to Estonian dairy products

16.01.2019

Starting from 2019, Estonian dairy product companies are able to export their goods to Tunisia, reported LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Agriculture, Baltic Export, Estonia, Export, Foodstuff, Markets and Companies



Growth in exports of services has remained robust in Lithuania

Growth in exports of services has remained robust in Lithuania

03.01.2019

The Bank of Lithuania and Statistics Lithuania are publishing the indicators of exports and imports of services for Q3 2018, broken down by country and type of service. The data shows that in Q3 2018 exports of services amounted to €2.7 bn, imports of services – €1.5 bn, while the surplus on the balance of services accounted for €1.1 bn or 9.5% of GDP (see Chart 1).

The 15th Anniversary forum “YugTrans-2019”

The 15th Anniversary forum “YugTrans-2019”

20.12.2018

We are glad to announce the 15th Anniversary International Transport Forum YugTrans-2019! Forum is being organized in Gelendzhik (Kempinski Grand Hotel 5*) on March 21- 22, 2019.


Export data solid, but exporters' confidence weakened by external uncertainties

Export data solid, but exporters' confidence weakened by external uncertainties

14.12.2018

After hitting a minor speed bump in September, exports of goods performed quite well again in October. The seasonally and calendar adjusted figure, however, is negative, hence there is no reason to be overly excited. External uncertainties in combination with the rising global trade tensions, weakening demand from trade partners as well as poorer grain harvest after the extremely dry summer had a negative effect on manufacturing development, raising a question whether the growth reported for the exports of goods can be sustained.

In October foreign trade turnover in goods in Latvia was 13.3% larger than last year

In October foreign trade turnover in goods in Latvia was 13.3% larger than last year

11.12.2018

Provisional data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that in October 2018 the foreign trade turnover of Latvia amounted to EUR 2.66 bn, which at current prices was 13.3% more than in October 2017, of which the exports value of goods was 6.8 % and imports value of goods was 18.8% higher. In October, Latvia exported goods in the amount of EUR 1.16 bn, but imported in the amount of EUR 1.50 bn. Compared to October 2017, foreign trade balance has worsened as exports in total foreign trade amount decreased from 46.2% to 43.6%.


22.11.2018

Exports are fluctuating – what does the future hold?

Exports are still one of the main drivers of the country’s economy, however, current forecasts predict that in 2019 export growth will decelerate which, in turn, will drag on GDP growth. Following a slower start to the year, Lithuania’s exports have rebounded in the second half of 2018, closing in on the record levels of last year in August. Given such fluctuations, how will this see-saw year end and what awaits us next year?

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