International Trade in Kosovo

International Trade in Kosovo

During the past few years, the economy of Kosovo has shown a very high growth, due to private consumption and public investments. The recession in Europe had a very slight impact in the country's growth due to the weakness of its exports and foreign investments, and the substantial... Read more

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Import and Export Services in Kosovo (64)

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    Has Kaucuk

    B2B Marketing, Kosovo

    Being active as from 1995, HAS KAUÇUK A.Ş. continues its activities as leader of the sector with its expert technical staff and...
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    PROBIZ Consulting

    Business Start-Up Services, Kosovo

    We have expertise in several industries, i.e. legal, finance, accounting, translation & interpretation, human resources, employment...

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    Digital Wall Tiles of 300x450 MM Size with Wide Range & Best in Quality and Beautiful Designs.

    Posted on: 7 October 2016 By Face Ceramics Private Limited

Agents and Distributors in Kosovo (14)

  • Spanish Food Prodespa, S.L.

    Spanish Food Prodespa, S.L.

    Export Management, Kosovo

    La comida española Prodespa reune, miembro En un canal de solista de ventas, La Más Amplia Gama de Productos con Los...
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    Private LLC

    Wholesalers, Kosovo

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Overview About International Trade in Kosovo

Economic Overview

During the past few years, the economy of Kosovo has shown a very high growth, due to private consumption and public investments. The recession in Europe had a very slight impact in the country's growth due to the weakness of its exports and foreign investments, and the substantial increase of its public expenditures. Its GDP growth should accelerate from 4.6% in 2010 to 6% in 2011.

The country has to face an increasing deficit on its current accounts and the deterioration of its fiscal situation. In July 2010, the authorities have therefore signed a stand-by agreement with the IMF, which seeks to rebalance public finances, strenghten the banking system and improve the management energy revenues. Although the country's reconstruction phase can be considered as completed, the country now needs to create a productive economy. Kosovo receives a large part of its income from the international community and the diaspora. 

Kosovo is one of the poorest countries in Europe, the rate of extreme poverty is 15%. Unemployment affects 45% of the population, mainly among the young people. The educational level and the health conditions are worrisome.

 

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