From the implementation of the state of emergency on March 15, up to April 15, companies from Serbia exported goods worth EUR 882.2 million, whereas, in the same period last year, under regular circumstances, the amount was EUR 1.14 billion, as shown by the data sent to Tanjug by the Customs Administration of the Ministry of Finance.
When it comes to the position on the list of the 20 biggest exporters, the first place belongs to HBIS Group, with exports worth EUR 42.6 million. Grundfos follows with slightly over EUR 17.6 million, and the third spot belongs to Tetra Pak with EUR 17.3 million.
The list also features Henkel, Zijin Bor, Sojaprotein, Hemofarm and others. The export of corn realized the highest value, at over EUR 57 million.
Corn is followed by processed fruit, special products made of iron, paper, cardboard, electrical energy (EUR 17.5 million), apples, pears, quinces, electric motors, bread, baked products, cakes...
Serbia exported the most to Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, Russia, Italy, North Macedonia, France, Turkey, Slovenia, Croatia...
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