Romania records highest trade deficit with China in 2015

Last year, Romania recorded the highest trade deficit with China, in excess of 2.36 billion euros, data released by the Ministry of Economy shows. Romania recorded the second-highest trade deficit with Hungary (-2.068 billion euros), followed by Germany (-1.697 billion euros), Poland (-1.587 billion euros) and the Netherlands (-1.140 billion…...

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