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Greek citrus exports to Romania up 55.86%

Staff Writer |
Global Greek exports to Romania have increased by 5.33% in the first half of 2016, according to provisional data from the Greek Statistical Authority contained in the prospectus of the Embassy of Greece in Bucharest, recently published online.

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This increase, as indicated in the relevant document, is mainly due to increased exports in the tariff categories "footwear" (+122%), "citrus fruits" (+55.86%) and "apricots, cherries, peaches" (+44.15%). There has also been an 18.21% increase in the export of "processed vegetables" and a 14.19% growth in the shipment of mineral fertilizers.

It is also worth noting that almost all Greek fruits and vegetables show a positive trend during the first half of 2016, confirming the existence of further strengthening margins for the country's exports to the Romanian market.


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