Ukraine's trade deficit with EU amounts to EUR 9.3bn in 2012.

By bne IntelliNews February 25, 2013
Ukraine's trade deficit with the European Union amounted to EUR 9.3bn in 2012, the Eurostat has announced. In 2012, Ukraine's export to the EU member states declined by 3.3% y/y to EUR 14.6bn. Ukraine's import from the EU member states reached EUR 23.8bn. Among the EU member states, Germany (24% of EU exports) was the largest exporter to Ukraine in 2012, followed by Poland (17%), and Hungary (8%). Italy (16% of EU imports) was the largest importer, followed by Poland (14%), and Spain (11%), the Eurostat said. In 2012, the deficit of Ukraine's foreign trade in goods and services reduced by USD 2.37bn over 2011 to USD 9.27bn.

Ukraine's trade deficit with EU amounts to EUR 9.3bn in 2012.

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