According to data released by European Commission, in comparison with the same time an year ago the indicator declined by 10.89%. The variable dropped by 95 800 kilogram, versus the prior year when it increased by 43.32 percent. Slovenia saw an increase of 96.81% in nonorganic chemicals import over the past 17 years. Besides, it has shown the average annual growth rate of 0.13% during the five years with a negligible overall raise since the start of time series. It averaged 2 046 788.24 kilogram from 2001 to 2017 and it hit its all-time high of 15 156 000 kilogram in 2011 and record low of 118 800 kilogram in 2009.