MINSK, 11 January (BelTA) – In January-November 2022 Belarus' export of merchandise and services dropped by 5.1% year-on-year to $42.409 billion, BelTA learned from the website of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus (NBRB).
In January-November 2022 Belarus' foreign trade totaled $80.153 billion, 5.2% down from January-November 2021. Surplus of foreign trade in goods and services equaled $4.665 billion, up from $4.002 billion in January-November 2021.
Belarus' merchandise trade dropped by 5.2% to $67.312 billion. Merchandise export went down by 3.8% to $34.108 billion, with merchandise import down by 6.7% to $33.204 billion. Merchandise trade surplus totaled $903.3 million. In January-November 2021 Belarus had a merchandise trade deficit of $125.3 million.
In January-November 2022 foreign trade in services amounted to $12.841 billion, 10.8% down year-on-year. Export of services amounted to $8.301 billion (10.4% down), with import at $4.539 billion (11.6% down). Surplus of foreign trade in services equaled $3.762 billion, down from $4.127 billion in January-November 2021.