Selected Themes from the 2018 Stat'o'book - Part 2

Germany - Slovenia's most important trading partner

In 2017, Slovenia exported most goods to Germany; most of the goods were also imported from the same country. In 2017 inflation in Slovenia stood at 1.7%.

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In 2017, Slovenia exported most goods to Germany (20.2% of total exports of goods), followed by Italy (11.5%), Croatia (8.0%), Austria (7.7%) and France (5.6%). Most of the goods were imported from the same countries: 19.0% of total imports of goods from Germany, 15.7% from Italy, 10.6% from Austria, 5.5% from Croatia and 4.3% from France.
The largest share of total exports in 2017 was contributed by products from the group of road vehicles, followed by products from the group of electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances. The largest share of total imports in 2017 was also contributed by products from the group of road vehicles, followed by products from the group of electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances.



In 2017 inflation in Slovenia measured with the consumer price index (CPI) stood at 1.7%. In one year goods prices went up by 1.9% and service prices by 1.3%. In 2017 the prices of goods and services in the group education went up the most (by 3.7%), followed by the group housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels (by 3.6%). On the other hand, the prices in the group communications were 2.3% lower.



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