Members of the CEFTA:
Central European Free Trade Agreement

The CEFTA is a trade agreement that currently consists of seven countries in Southern Europe and Eastern Europe.

All member states comprise a total area of 253,000 km² and about 20.00 million people. This is 0.17 percent of the habitable area around the world and 0.25 percent of the world population. With an economic output of 147.48 billion US dollars annually, they represent around 0.15 percent of the global economy. The value of all exported goods from these seven countries was 77.70 billion US dollars per year at last count.

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Map of member countries: CEFTA - Central European Free Trade Agreement
Albania20072.81 M29,000 km²18.26 bn US$
Bosnia and Herzegovina20073.27 M51,000 km²23.37 bn US$
Kosovo20071.79 M11,000 km²9.41 bn US$
Moldova20072.62 M34,000 km²13.68 bn US$
Montenegro20070.62 M14,000 km²5.86 bn US$
North Macedonia20062.07 M26,000 km²13.83 bn US$
Serbia20076.83 M88,000 km²63.08 bn US$

Former member countries

Bulgaria20076.88 M111,000 km²84.06 bn US$
Croatia20133.90 M57,000 km²68.96 bn US$
Czechia200410.51 M79,000 km²281.78 bn US$
Hungary20049.71 M93,000 km²181.85 bn US$
Poland200437.75 M313,000 km²679.44 bn US$
Romania200719.12 M238,000 km²284.09 bn US$
Slovakia20045.45 M49,000 km²116.53 bn US$
Slovenia20042.11 M21,000 km²61.75 bn US$