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Bulgaria holds 24.5 percent of world market of duck liver

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Bulgaria's exports in 2018 marked the record 33,205 billion US dollars, bust still Bulgaria lost 3 positions in the world top exporters chart and is now ranked 64th. This is what an analysis of the Directorate for External Economic Cooperation at the Bulgarian Industrial Association shows. The goods with the largest share of exports are electrical appliances and electronics, copper ore and copper products, fuels and electricity, as well as machinery and equipment. They account for 36% of Bulgaria’s exports. Bulgaria holds 24.5% of the world market for duck liver, while canned cherries have a share of 19.7%, wheat for sowing - 14.5%, duck meat - 13.3%, precious metal ores - 11.6%. In 2018 Bulgaria exported goods to 198 countries and territories. The most important markets remain Germany, Italy, Romania, Turkey and Greece, accounting for 46.4% of exports.

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