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In November 2021, in the conditions of the continuing epidemic situation, the number of the trips of Bulgarian residents abroad was 460.4 thousand, or by 40.3% above the registered in November 2020.
In November 2021, the number of arrivals of visitors from abroad to Bulgaria was 439.5 thousand, or by 55.2% above in comparison with November 2020, as the transit was 55.1% (242.2 thousand) of all visits of foreigners in the country.
In October 2021, compared to September 2021, an increase is reported for the production of solid fuels - by 21.7%. There is a significant decrease in the production of petroleum products due to scheduled repairs of production installations during the month: liquefied petroleum gases - by 100%, unleaded motor gasoline - by 96.3% and transport diesel - by 79.1%. At the same time a decrease is also reported for the production of electricity - by 2.0%. No change for the production of natural gas.
In October 2021, compared to September 2021, an increase is reported for the deliveries of: solid fuels - by 21.0%, liquefied petroleum gases - by 5.7%, natural gas - by 16.0% and electricity - by 14.9%. At the same time a decrease is reported for the deliveries of: unleaded motor gasoline - by 8.7% and transport diesel - by 11.0%. Deliveries of petroleum products in the country are secured mainly by quantities of stocks, accumulated in the previous month.
In December 2021, the National Statistical Institute conducted the monthly inquiry survey of the managers of accommodation establishments to gather accurate and timely information on the state and development of their businesses during the ensuing epidemic situation in the country.
Main results from the short business survey amongst the non-financial enterprises, aiming at presenting information on the economic effects from the declared state of emergency and the ensuing epidemic situation in the country due to COVID-19.
The National Statistical Institute presents the results of annual surveys in the field of environmental statistics for 2020.
In 2020, the share of tangible fixed assets with ecological use at the end of the year by accounting value amounts to 4.8% of the total tangible fixed assets available in the country.
In 2020, the share of expenditure available at the end of the year for acquisition of tangible and intangible fixed assets with ecological use amounts to 2.8% of the total expenditure for acquisition of tangible and intangible fixed assets in the country.
In 2019 the quantity of generated municipal waste is evaluated to 2 838 thousand tons, maintaining almost the same level compared to 2018 (2 862 thousand tons).
Generated waste from economic activity in 2019 is 123 148 thousand tons. The non-hazardous waste is 109 654 thousand tons and the hazardous waste is 13 494 thousand tons. There is no significant change in the generated waste quantities compared to the previous years.
In year 2020, 5 077 million cubic meters of fresh water are abstracted in the country, which is 6.4% less than in 2019. The total use of freshwater and non-freshwater in the country in 2020 is estimated at 4 310 million m3 which is a decrease with 5.9% compare to the previous year.
According to the first estimate of Economic Accounts for Agriculture in 2021 the value of final output in agriculture was by 32.4% higher than in previous year. The gross value added increased by 44.7%, net operating surplus/mixed income - by 33.0% and net entrepreneurial income by 43.0%.
In the period January - October 2021 the exports of goods from Bulgaria to third countries increased by 20.8% compared to the same period of 2020 and amounted to 18 789.5 million BGN while the imports of goods from third countries grew by 26.4% and added up to 24 486.5 million BGN.
In the period January - October 2021 the total value of all exported goods to third countries and EU amounted to 55 803.6 million BGN, which is 23.0% more than the same period of the previous year, while the total value of all imported goods from third countries and EU added up to 61 802.0 million BGN and grew by 25.6%.