SITC

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SITCStandard International Trade Classification
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This program produces import and export price indexes on the Standard International Trade Classification scheme.
For the period, the largest growths in the exports of Bulgaria to the EU distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification were recorded in the sections aMineral fuel, oils and related products (95.4%) and aBeverages and tobaccoa (38.8%).The most notable decline was recorded in the section aAnimals and vegetable oils, fats and waxesa (17.4%).
In 2017 compared to 2016 the largest growth in imports from the EU distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification was reported in the section aCrude materials, inedible (except fuel)a2 (45.6%) while fall was observed only in the section aAnimals and vegetable oils, fats and waxesa (5.6%).
In January 2018 in the exports of Bulgaria to third countries distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification the largest growths compared to the same month of 2017 were recorded in the sections aChemical and related products n.e.c.a (37.5%) and aManufactured goods classified chiefly by materiala 2 (29.4%).
In the period January - August 2017 compared to the corresponding period of 2016 the largest growths in imports from the EU distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification were reported in the sections AaAaAeAcCrude materials, inedible (except fuel)AaAaAeAc (53.0%) AaAaAeAcMineral fuel, lubricants and related materialsAaAaAeAc (34.1%) while largest fall was observed in section AaAaAeAcBeverages and tobaccoAaAaAeAc (3.
In the period January - July 2017 compared to the corresponding period of 2016 the largest growths in imports from the EU distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification were reported in the sections aCrude materials, inedible (except fuel)a (45.6%) and aMineral fuel, lubricants and related materialsa (43.8%) while fall was observed only in section aBeverages and tobaccoa (2.0%).
In the period January - June 2017 compared to the corresponding period of 2016 the largest growth in imports from the EU distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification were reported in the sections aCrude materials, inedible (except fuel)a (58.5%) and aMineral fuel, lubricants and related materialsa (57.6%) while fall was observed only in section aBeverages and tobaccoa (3.4%).
In the period January - July 2017 compared to the same period of 2016 in the exports of Bulgaria to third countries distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification the largest growths were recorded in the sections aManufactured goods classified chiefly by materiala (52.9%) and aMiscellaneous manufactured articlesa 2 (38.2%)/
In the period January - May 2017 compared to the corresponding period of 2016 the largest growth in imports from the EU distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification was reported in the section aMineral fuel, lubricants and related materialsa (66.4%) while fall was observed only in section aBeverages and tobaccoa (9.8%).
In the period January - June 2017 compared to the same period of 2016 in the exports of Bulgaria to third countries distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification the largest growths were recorded in the sections aManufactured goods classified chiefly by materiala (55.6%) and aMiscellaneous manufactured articlesa 2 (47.0%).
In the period January - April 2017 compared to the corresponding period of 2016 the largest growth in imports from the EU distributed according to the Standard International Trade Classification was reported in the section aMineral fuel, lubricants and related materialsa (77.5%) while fall was observed only in section aBeverages and tobaccoa (4.7%).
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