In 2011 Serbia realized the surplus in the trade with countries of the CEFTA region in the amount of 1.51 billion dollars, shows the data of the Republican Institute of Statistics. The surplus resulted primarily from the export of agricultural goods – grains, related products and various beverages. Besides that, also considerable was the export of metal products and electricity. In view of imports, Serbia mostly bought coal, coke fuel and briquettes, iron and steel, oil and its derivatives, electric machines, but also vegetables and fruit. In the observed period, the exports from Serbia was valued at 3.21 billion dollars, while the imports amounted to 1.7 billion, which makes the coverage of exports with imports was 189%.