Cyprus records a trade deficit of €4,326.2 mn in January – November 2020

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Cyprus` trade deficit was €4,326.2 mn in January – November 2020 compared to €4,626.1 mn in the corresponding period of 2019, according to the Statistical Service.

The total imports of goods to Cyprus from EU member states and from third countries in January – November 2020 amounted to €6,875.0 mn as compared to €7,510.3 mn in January – November 2019, recording a decrease of 8.5%, according to Cyprus Statistical Service.

The total exports of goods from Cyprus to EU member states and to third countries in January – November 2020 were €2,548.8 mn compared to €2,884.2 mn in the same period of 2019, registering a decrease of 11.6%.

The European Union was the main source of supply of goods to Cyprus with a share of €4,035.5 mn of total imports, while imports from all other European countries totalled €759.1 mn in January – November 2020. Imports fr

Source: Cyprus News Agency