The European Statistical Office (Eurostat) published the international trade data of the EU and the Eurozone in March. Accordingly, EU exports in March decreased by 10.2 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and fell to 167.4 billion euros, while imports decreased by 12.2 percent to 145.2 billion euros. Thus, the EU realized a 22.2 billion-euro trade surplus in March.
In the Eurozone, exports decreased by 6.2 percent in March of this year compared to March of 2019 and recorded as 193.3 billion euros. Imports fell 10.1 percent to 165 billion euros. The trade surplus of the Eurozone reached about 28.3 billion euros in March
The countries with the highest imports from EU countries in the said period were the USA with 34.9 billion euros, England with 25.9 billion euros, China with 15.5 billion euros, Switzerland with 12.6 billion euros, Russia with 7.2 billion euros and Turkey with 6 billion euros.