Albania Balance of Trade
Albania recorded a trade deficit of 235 USD Million in November of 2012. Balance of Trade in Albania is reported by the Bank of Albania. Historically, from 1993 until 2012, Albania Balance of Trade averaged -141.22 USD Million reaching an all time high of -6.37 USD Million in April of 1997 and a record low of -395.22 USD Million in December of 2008. Albania’s structural deficiencies are the main factor behind consistent trade deficits. Albania’s main exports are footwear, clothing, metals, fuels and lubricants, raw materials, machinery and equipment and food. Albania’s main imports are machinery and equipment, fuels and lubricants, food, chemicals and beverages and tobacco. Albania’s main trading partners are Italy, Greece, Turkey, China, Germany, Serbia, Switzerland, Spain, France, Macedonia and Bulgaria. This page includes a chart with historical data for Balance of Trade in Albania.