“Last year, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) exported most goods to Germany, more precisely 1.61 billion BAM ($671,476,541.48) or 14.14 percent of total exports.

According to the data of the Foreign Trade Chamber of BiH on foreign trade of BiH with the world, 1.326 billion ($839,187,459.01) BAM or 11.65 percent was exported to Croatia, 1.218 billion BAM ($770,847,556.45) or 10.70 percent to Italy, 1.157 billion BAM ($732,125,674.06) or 10.17 percent to Serbia, 987 million BAM ($624,563,722.07) or 8.68 percent to Slovenia, 908 million BAM ($574,573,312.70) to Austria, and 432 million BAM ($273,385,700.44) to Turkey.” (Sarajevo Times)

“Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik, who regularly threatens secession, said Friday he would run for Bosnia’s tripartite presidency later this year despite believing it was a ‘failed’ state.

Since the Dayton peace accords ended Bosnia’s devastating 1990s conflict, the Balkan country has consisted of two semi-independent entities: the Serbs’ Republika Srpska (RS) and a Muslim-Croat federation.

Each has its own government but they share weak central institutions, including the joint presidency comprising members from the three main ethnic groups: a Bosnian Muslim, a Croat and a Serb.

‘I will definitely be a candidate for membership of the presidency,’ Dodik, 58, told Serbian state-run RTS television but repeated his belief that Bosnia was a ‘failed country.'” (Yahoo)