Corn ranks the first at the list of 10 leading products in export of Serbian trade last year totaling USD 66 m, the data of the Republic Statistical Bureau show.
Cars with 1.000 to 1.500 cubic, bulb-initiated, are second-ranked totaling USD 52 m in export, followed by diesel cars of 1.500 cubic totaling USD 51 m, then diesel cars of 1.500 to 2.500 cubic (USD30 mil) and sets of conductors for planes and trains with an export of USD 22 m.
The next on the list is hot-rolled products (iron and unalloyed steel) with an export totaling USD 20 m, the same as for cigarettes export, eight-ranked are frozen raspberries (USD 19 m), then plasticized paper and cardboard (USD 18 m) and at the end, new exterior tyres for cars whose placement to foreign markets reached USD 16 m last year.
In 2014, Serbia mostly exported motor vehicles components and tools for USD 104 m, then raw oil for USD 103 m, natural gas for USD 57 m, drugs for retail and gas oils for USD 42 m.
A total of USD 20 m was spent on import of phones for network of stations, for electricity import 17 mil USD, the same amount as for waste and railway and tram cars. Aluminum export (raw) and unalloyed) totaled USD 16 m, the same amount as when it comes to import of diesel cars, 1.500 to 2.500 cubic.