Overseas Trade Statistics - Non EU Latest Release
Date: 09 April 2014
Coverage: United Kingdom
Theme: Business & Energy
In February 2014 the value of imports fell to £14.2bn, while exports showed a smaller decrease to £14.3bn, compared with last month. Consequently the UK is a net exporter this month, with exports exceeding imports by £0.1 billion.
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- Non-EU Exports for February 2014 are £14.3 billion. This is a decrease of £0.2 billion (1.2 per cent) compared to last month, and an increase of £0.3 billion (2.4 per cent) compared to February 2013.
- Non-EU Imports for February 2014 are £14.2 billion. This is a decrease of £2.4 billion (14.5 per cent) compared to last month, and a decrease of £2.5 billion (14.8 per cent) compared to February 2013.
- The UK is a net exporter this month, with exports exceeding imports by £0.1 billion. This is an increase of £2.2 billion compared to last month, and an increase of £2.8 billion compared to February 2013.
- Non-Monetary Gold (NMG) is now included in the non-EU Overseas Trade Statistics (OTS). As part of this change, the data has been amended back to 2005. In February, NMG contributed £3.1 billion to exports and £0.4 billion to imports.
Gold Trade breakdown