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North Macedonia already exports nearly 4 times more wine than Bulgaria

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Years ago, Bulgaria was one of the biggest producers of wine in the world, but now it has been losing its position for almost 2 decades. This is the main conclusion of the initial analysis of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce (BCC).

Since 1961, the country has been among the first 15 countries-excellents according to this indicator, which in 1975 took even the fourth place in the world classification. Unfortunately, due to the general trends over the last 20 years and until 2007, our company lost its position in this category every year. The fact that the Bulgarian export of wine is decreasing is supported by the customs tariff item 2204 Wine from the nest, according to the data of the world foreign trade data.

For the period between 2003 and 2022, the EU countries increase the quantity of imported wine by 50%. The number of Slovakia is more than 3 times, and that of Hungary is almost 2 times. North Macedonia now exports nearly 4 times more wine than Bulgaria.

It means that Bulgaria in particular has seven times less quantity for 2022 for this twentieth year period. The Bulgarian share of the total EU27 exports from 2.3% in 2005 will drop to 0.2% in 2022. As a result, Bulgarian wine exports will decrease from 86.5 million EUR in 2007 to 16.8 million EUR in 2022.

For the period 2007-2022, EU27 exports increased from EUR 14.9 billion to EUR 27.8 billion, or almost doubled.

“This comprehensive analysis of the data on Bulgarian wine exports and those of the Balkan countries and the entire EU shows that the main reason for the native Bulgarian wine in the last 20 years and it is in the cams of the nac, and not in the world ĸconjunĸtypa. , problems that farmers in Bulgaria are currently facing, are not the most important reasons for the existence of the Bulgarian wine production and export, because even those outside the EU, that North Macedonia and Serbia not only keep their security positions, but also “Bulgaria obviously needs immediate and radical political, economic and radical changes”, writes Borislav Geopgiev, an expert on foreign affairs at BCC, in a comment.

Source: Money.bg

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