Exports of Bulgaria to other EU member states have increased by 2% in the first two months of 2016 compared to January and February of last year, statistics show.
Bulgaria exported to the EU 4.5529 billion levs in goods in the period of January-February this year, according to data published by the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
Exports marked a stronger growth of 5.7% year-on-year in February, the NSI says.
Germany remains by far Bulgaria's top trade partner despite a drop in imports which, however, has improved trade balance from a negative 150.2 million levs to a negative 53.6 levs for the respective period.
Next were Italy, Greece, France and the UK, which, together with Germany, account for 68.3% of Bulgaria's exports to EU member states.
Sofia News Agency