Azerbaijan’s positive trade balance was $3.995 billion in the first two months of 2022, 3.4 times more than in the same period last year, the State Customs Office said.
The country’s trade turnover totalled $7.940 billion, 1.8 times more than in January-February 2021.
Exports equalled $5.968 billion, 2.1 times more than in January-February 2021, while imports stood at $1.973 billion, 22.4 percent up from the same period last year.
Main exports were products of the oil and gas sector. Main exports operations were with Italy, Turkey, Israel, while main import operations were with Turkey, China and Russia.
In 2021, Azerbaijan’s positive trade balance was $10.501 billion, 3.5 times more than a year earlier.