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CBS: Q2 exports to US up

Exports of goods, excluding diamonds, totaled US$16.7 billion in the first half of 2009 of which 32% went to the US
27.07.09 / 00:00
CBS: Q2 exports to US up
27.07.09
CBS: Q2 exports to US up

Exports of goods, excluding diamonds, totaled US$16.7 billion in the first half of 2009 of which 32% went to the US
 
The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) reported last week that exports, excluding diamonds, to the US, Asia, and the "rest of the world category" rose in the second quarter of 2009 more than regained the losses in the first quarter.
 
Exports of goods, excluding diamonds, totaled US$16.7 billion in the first half, of which 31% went to the EU, 32% to the US, 14% to Asian countries, and 23% to the rest of the world.
 
Imports of goods, excluding diamonds, totaled US$19.3 billion in the first half, of which 37% came from the EU, 21% from Asian countries, 14% from the US, and 28% from the rest of the world.
 
Israel's trade deficit, excluding diamonds, totaled $2.6 billion in the first half, down from $6.8 billion in the first half of 2008.
 
Exports of goods- the trend data calculated by the Central Bureau of Statistics, seasonally adjusted and adjusted for irregular elements, point to a rise of export of goods (excluding diamonds) of 1.2% during April - June 2009 at an annual rate.
 
Trend data by main country groups indicates that exports to USA point to a rise of 15.8%, at an annual rate, during April-June 2009. Exports to EU countries point to a drop of 10.6%: exports to Asia point to a rise of 0.3% and exports to Other Countries group point to a rise of 33.4% during the last three months.
 
Import of goods (excluding diamonds), in current prices in U.S. dollars, totaled $3.5B in June.
 
The trend data calculated by the Central Bureau of Statistics, seasonally adjusted for irregular elements, point to drop on imports of goods of 13.4%, at an annual rate, during April-June 2009.
 
Trend data by main country groups indicates that imports from EU countries point to a drop of 7.0%, at an annual rate, during April-June 2009. Imports from USA point to a drop of 8.9%, imports from Asia point to a drop of 28.7% and imports from Other Countries point to a drop of 23.2% during the last three months.

 

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