In 2016, Bulgaria resulted in a negative trade balance of $2.64B, exporting $26.5B and importing $29.2B. It positioned the Country at the 63rd place as largest export economy in the world.
Bulgarian export consists of Refined Petroleum ($1.52B), Refined Copper ($1.25B), Wheat ($796M), Packaged Medicaments ($694M) and Insulated Wire ($563M). The Country mainly imports goods as Crude Petroleum ($1.75B), Copper Ore ($1.58B), Packaged Medicaments ($998M), Cars ($900M) and Refined Petroleum ($605M).
In Europe, it focuses its trade on Germany, Italy and Romania; overseas, it addresses it exports primarily to Turkey, China and United States.
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