Export from Armenia increased
12:56, 12 November, 2013
YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 12, ARMENPRESS: The total volumes of the export from the Republic of Armenia have increased during the months of January-September by 14% in comparison with the same period of the previous year and the volumes of the import have increased by 3,3% making $1 billion 106 million 884,000 and 3 billion 139 million 943,000 correspondingly.
According to the data provided by the State Revenue Committee of the Government of the Republic of Armenia, during the months of January-September the goods exported from Armenia, having the highest total customs value, are as follows: copper, ethyl alcohol and other alcoholic beverages, non-distilled copper, diamonds, energy, aluminum, gold, tobacco, apricots, peaches, cherry and other fruits, as well as bottles, fish, cement, sheep and goats, conserves, grape and potato, wine, cheese and curds, mineral waters, watches, etc.
Armenpress reports that during the first nine months the goods imported to Armenia, having the highest total customs value, are as follows: natural and liquid gas, oil and petroleum products, cars, gold, diamonds, medicines, as well as domestic poultry meat and meat products, wheat, aluminum, chocolate, sugar, detergents and cleaning products, coffee, pet food and other products.