Czech Republic balance of trade


Czech Republic balance of trade: 13620 (-58.56%)
Last Update: May 31, 2024

Czech Republic balance of trade closed down 13620 as of May 31, 2024 from 32869 from the previous month and 9212 from last year.


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Czech Republic balance of trade

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Czech Republic balance of trade

DateValues
2024-05-31 13620
2024-04-30 32869
2024-03-31 41059
2024-02-29 36779
2024-01-31 6680
2023-12-31 5297
2023-11-30 29633
2023-10-31 13880
2023-09-30 11507
2023-08-31 -6088
2023-07-31 -6803
2023-06-30 18143
2023-05-31 9212
2023-04-30 8832
2023-03-31 17134
2023-02-28 14275
2023-01-31 7888
2022-12-31 -2428
2022-11-30 -26426
2022-10-31 -25785
2022-09-30 -12571
2022-08-31 -29495
2022-07-31 -22773
2022-06-30 -15224

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Czech Republic balance of trade Statistics


IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
balance of tradecz.balanceoftrade13620.032869-5948DownUP872024-05-31

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Czech Republic balance of trade Historical Data

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What is the Czech Republic balance of trade

The Czech Republic's balance of trade refers to the difference between the value of the country's exports and imports. A positive balance of trade means that the country is exporting more goods and services than it is importing, resulting in a surplus. This can lead to increased economic growth and investment. On the other hand, a negative balance of trade indicates that the country is importing more than it is exporting, leading to a trade deficit. This can put pressure on the country's currency and may require borrowing to finance the deficit. Overall, maintaining a healthy balance of trade is important for the Czech Republic's economy to ensure sustainable growth and stability.