Trade gap widens to €5.1bn in 2017, hits post-crisis record

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By Stelios Orphanides

Cyprus’s trade deficit widened last year an annual 17 per cent, or €727.3m, to €5.1bn, the highest since 2010 mainly on increased imports, the statistical service said.

Total imports rose 13 per cent last year to over €8bn, while total exports rose 7 per cent to €2.9bn, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Friday.

Excluding the import and export of transport equipment such as ships and aircraft, total imports and exports rose 17 per cent last year, to €6.1bn, and 19 per cent, to €2.1bn respectively, Cystat said.

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