In January-November 2022, Ukraine imported $49.4 billion worth of goods, while the exports of goods came to $40.7 billion.
The relevant statement was made by the Ukrainian State Customs Service on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
Most imports came from China ($7.6 billion), Poland ($5 billion) and Germany ($4 billion). Most exports went to Poland ($6.2 billion), Romania ($3.5 billon) and Turkey ($2.7 billion).
Ukraine’s imports of goods consisted mainly of machinery, equipment and transport vehicles ($13.8 billion), fuel and energy goods ($11.7 billion) and chemical products ($8.7 billion).
Meanwhile, Ukraine’s exports of goods included mainly food products ($21 billion), metals and metalware ($5.7 billion), machinery, equipment and transport vehicles ($3.9 billion).
A reminder that, in January-October 2022, Ukraine’s trade turnover came to $81 billion.