Croatia Balance of Trade
Croatia recorded a trade deficit of 3282.50 Million HRK in December of 2012. Balance of Trade in Croatia is reported by the Croatian National Bank. Historically, from 1993 until 2012, Croatia Balance of Trade averaged -3394.74 Million HRK reaching an all time high of 502.62 Million HRK in August of 1993 and a record low of -8379.31 Million HRK in April of 2008. After the loss of the Yugoslav and Comecon markets, trade still plays a major role in Croatia’s economic output. Croatia is mostly an exporter of transport equipment, machinery, textiles, chemicals, foodstuffs and fuels. On the other hand, Croatian is an importer of machinery, transport and electrical equipment, fuels and lubricans and foodstuffs. Croatia’s main trading partners are Italy, Germany, Russia, China, Slovenia and Austria. The European Union as a whole is Croatia’s most important trading partner. This page includes a chart with historical data for Balance of Trade in Croatia.