During the year 2018, Exports from Sri Lanka to Vatican city amounted to a total value of Rs. 0.88 million, while the Imports to Sri Lanka from Vatican city amounted to a total value of Rs. 1.46 million. This resulted in a negative Bilateral Trade Balance of Rs. -0.58 million for Sri Lanka with vatican city for the year 2018.
In comparison, during the year 2017, Exports from Sri Lanka to Vatican city amounted to a total value of Rs. 7.82 million, while the Imports to Sri Lanka from Vatican city amounted to a total value of Rs.0.08 million. This resulted in a positive Bilateral Trade Balance of Rs. 7.74 million for Sri Lanka with Vatican city for the year 2017.
Therefore there has been an decrease in the Bilateral Trade deficit of Sri Lanka with Vatican city from the year 2017 to the year 2018.
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