External trade


Trade in goods in 2012

Trade in goods in 2012 In 2012, goods were exported from Iceland for 633,029 million ISK fob and imported for 555,695 million ISK fob, 597,262 million ISK cif. Thus there was a trade surplus (fob) for the trade in goods of 77,334 million ISK, compared with 97,142 million ISK surplus in 2011. Exports of goods increased by 2.1% at current prices while imports of goods increased by 6.3%. Manufacturing products were 52.3% of the total exports, decreasing in value by 1.3%, at current prices. Marine products were 42.4% of all exports, increasing in value by 6.8% from the year before, at current prices.
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01 September 2014

The surplus of balance of trade in services for 2013 was 147,826 million ISK

In 2013, export of services was 482.704 million ISK and the import of services 334,878 million ISK. Therefore, the services trade surplus for the year 2013 was 147,826 million ISK. Transportation was the largest category of exports as the year before, accounting for 190,479 million ISK or 39,5% of total exports of services.More
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