The Statistics office reports that during the first six months of 2017, Slovenia exported goods worth 13.96 billion euros, which is 11.7% higher than in the same period of 2016. At the same time, Slovenian import grew by 13.9% reaching 13.53 billion euros. The overall trade surplus made 415.1 million euros, wherein the export-to-import ratio amounts to 103.1%. In the first six months of 2017, Germany and Italy became the most important trade partners of Slovenia in terms of both export and import. Talking about third countries, the majority of goods produced in Slovenia were exported to Serbia and Russia. Meanwhile, China and Turkey remained the most significant import partners. In June 2017, the level of export and import went up by 13.4% amounting to 2.51 billion euros and by 13.7% amounting to 2.36 billion euros, respectively. Besides, the trade surplus received in June was the highest in 2017 having reached 156.5 million euros with the export-to-import ratio making 106.6%.