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Bosnia and Herzegovina imports fruit from Slovenia, Croatia, Ecuador, Turkey and others

In 2021, Bosnia and Herzegovina imported 54.520 tons of bananas, mostly from Slovenia, Croatia, and Ecuador, 13.941 tons of lemons from Turkey, and 19.739 tons of apples from Poland, Italy, and Serbia, as well as oranges from Greece at 13.032 tons.

The same goes for vegetables. Thus, the citizens of BiH ate tomatoes from Turkey and Albania, as well as peppers from North Macedonia. These are the official data of the Foreign Trade Chamber of BiH for 2021.

For the sake of comparison, farmers in BiH successfully grow most of these foods, except, for example, bananas and pineapples. The import of tomatoes costs 16.756.921 BAM. Watermelon and melon were imported for 6.626.280 BAM in 2020, while 10.137.795 BAM was spent in 2021. Even apples and pears, which BiH abounds in, were imported for 15.846.117 BAM last year, which is 30.99 percent less than the year before when 22.962.372 BAM were spent on the import of these products.

[ 1 BAM = €0.51 ]

Source: sarajevotimes.com


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