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1 COSTA RICA MAIN ECONOMIC INDICATORS Surface Area: 51, sq km Sources: World Bank (WDI), IMF (WEO), DG Trade Population: 4,5 Millions of inhabitants (estimates after 2007) * Note: Trade-to-GDP ratio = ( + ) / GDP Current GDP: 20, (estimates after 2008) GDP per capita: 4.473,7 Euros (estimates after 2007) to-gdp ratio: 54,0 % (2008) Real GDP growth (%, estimates after 2008) 5,9 8,8 7,8 2,9 -to-gdp ratio: 48,0 % (2008) Inflation rate (%, estimates after 2008) 13,8 11,5 9,4 13,4 Trade-to-GDP ratio * : 102,0 % (2008) Current account balance (% of GDP, estimates after 2008) -4,9-4,5-6,3-8,9 GDP BY SECTOR Agriculture, value added (% of GDP) ,0% ,8% ,8% Industry, value added (% of GDP) Services, value added (% of GDP) 55,4% 31,5% 57,4% 29,8% 61,8% 29,4% Source: World Bank (World Development Indicators) COSTA RICA WITH THE WORLD TRADE IN GOODS EU27 WITH COSTA RICA 12,0 1 8,0 6,0 4,0 2,0 10,5 10,8 1 4,0 3,0 3,0 3,2 9,7 3,0 8,6 8,9 2,0 1,1 0,8 1,9 1,9-1,2-2,0-3,0-1,9-2,0-2, Source: IMF (Direction of Trade Statistics) Source: Eurostat, Statistical Regime 4 % OF THE WORLD (excluding Intra-EU Trade) % OF TOTAL EXTRA-EU ,1% 0,1% 0,1% 0,2% 0,2% 0,2% 0,2% 0,2% 0,1% 0,1% 0,1% 0,1% EU27 MERCHANDISE TRADE WITH COSTA RICA BY PRODUCT (2008) Millions of euros Agricultural products Energy Machinery Transport equipment Chemicals Textiles and clothing Source: Eurostat, statistical regime 4 TRADE IN COMMERCIAL SERVICES (SERVICES EXCLUDING "GOVERNMENT SERVICES") COSTA RICA WITH THE WORLD EU27 WITH COSTA RICA 3,5 3,0 2,5 2,0 1,5 2,3 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,1 2,6 2,9 1,6 1,2 0,8 0,6 0,4 0,5 0,2 #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A Source: World Trade Organisation Source: Eurostat (NewCronos) % OF THE WORLD (excluding Intra-EU Trade) % OF TOTAL EXTRA-EU ,1% 0,1% 0,1% ,1% 0,1% 0,2% EU27 FDI WITH COSTA RICA FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT EU27 STOCKS OF FDI WITH COSTA RICA Inflows Outflows Balance Inward Stocks Outward Stocks Balance 1,2 1,2 0,8 0,8 0,6 0,6 0,4 0,4 0,2 #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 0,2 #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A Source: Eurostat (NewCronos) Source: Eurostat (NewCronos) 22 September 2009

2 COSTA RICA EU BILATERAL TRADE AND TRADE WITH THE WORLD TOTAL MERCHANDISE TRADE, Evolution of the EU's Trade Balance with Costa Rica 2. Evolution of the Costa Rica's Trade Balance GEOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN OF TRADE, EU Trade with Main Partners 4. Costa Rica's Trade with Main Partners SECTORAL BREAKDOWN OF TRADE Sitc Rev3, Sections and Product Grouping 5. European Union, Trade with the World and Costa Rica, by Sitc Section 6. European Union, by Product Grouping 7. European Union, by Product Grouping 8. Rank of Costa Rica in European Union Trade Harmonized System, Sections 9. EU Trade with the World and EU Trade with Costa Rica (2008)

3 EU'S TRADE BALANCE WITH COSTA RICA European Union, Trade with Costa Rica millions of euro, % Period total EU (%) total EU (%) Balance ,2 0, ,1 0, ,9 0, ,5 0, ,1 0, ,2 0, ,6 0, ,4 0, ,8 0, ,9 0, Q , , Q , , Q , , Q , , Q ,9 0, , Q ,6 0, ,8 0, Q Q Average annual growth ( ) 0,8 2,3 1,1 Trade European Union, Trade with the World millions of euro, % Period Balance Trade , , , , , , , , , Q Q Q Q Q , , Q , , Q Q Average annual growth ( ) 10,9 8,3 9, World excluding Intra-EU27 trade; European Union: 27 members. TRADE A2 - CG/MP

4 COSTA RICA'S TRADE BALANCE COSTA RICA, Trade with the European Union millions of euro, % Period EU total (%) EU total (%) Balance ,1 21, ,2 13, ,4 20, ,3 14, ,0 25, ,4 12, ,1 25, ,9 9, ,8 26, Q , , Q , , Q , , Q , , Q Q Q Q Average annual growth ( ) 5,5 25,7 46,9 Trade COSTA RICA, Trade with the World millions of euro, % Period Balance Trade , , , , , , , , , Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Average annual growth ( ) 10,2 19,8 #NUM! Source: IMF (DoTS) TRADE A2 - CG/MP

5 EU TRADE WITH MAIN PARTNERS (2008) The Major Partners The Major Partners The Major Trade Partners Rk Partners Mio euro % Rk Partners Mio euro % Rk Partners Mio euro % Extra EU ,5 10% Extra EU ,1 10% Extra EU ,6 10% 1 China ,6 16,0% 1 United States ,3 19,1% 1 United States ,5 15,2% 2 United States ,3 12,0% 2 Russia ,1 8,0% 2 China ,0 11,4% 3 Russia ,2 11,2% 3 Switzerland ,1 7,5% 3 Russia ,2 9,7% 4 Norway ,6 5,9% 4 China ,4 6,0% 4 Switzerland ,3 6,2% 5 Switzerland ,1 5,2% 5 Turkey ,9 4,1% 5 Norway ,0 4,7% 6 Japan ,8 4,8% 6 Norway ,4 3,3% 6 Japan ,0 4,1% 7 Turkey ,6 3,0% 7 Japan ,3 3,2% 7 Turkey ,5 3,5% 8 South Korea ,6 2,5% 8 United Arab Emirate ,6 2,4% 8 South Korea ,6 2,3% 9 Brazil ,4 2,3% 9 India ,2 2,4% 9 Brazil ,2 2,2% 10 Libya ,1 2,2% 10 Brazil ,7 2,0% 10 India ,2 2,1% 11 India ,9% 11 Canada ,7 2,0% 11 Canada ,8 1,7% 12 Algeria ,8 1,8% 12 South Korea ,0 2,0% 12 Algeria ,9 1,5% 13 Taiwan ,0 1,6% 13 Australia ,7 1,9% 13 South Africa ,6 1,5% 14 Canada ,1 1,5% 14 Ukraine ,8 1,9% 14 Saudi Arabia ,7 1,5% 15 South Africa ,0 1,4% 15 Mexico ,2 1,7% 15 Libya ,8 1,4% 16 Saudi Arabia ,4 1,4% 16 Singapore ,3 1,7% 16 Ukraine ,8 1,4% 17 Malaysia ,4 1,1% 17 Saudi Arabia ,3 1,6% 17 Singapore ,3 1,3% 18 Kasakhstan ,1% 18 Hong Kong ,1 1,6% 18 United Arab Emirate ,3 1,3% 19 Thailand ,3 1,1% 19 South Africa ,6 1,5% 19 Australia ,5 1,3% 20 Singapore ,0 % 20 Algeria ,1 1,2% 20 Mexico ,3 1,3% 21 Nigeria ,4 % 21 Morocco ,3 1,1% 21 Taiwan ,3 1,2% 22 Ukraine ,0 0,9% 22 Croatia ,8 1,1% 22 Hong Kong ,7 1,1% 23 Iran ,2 0,9% 23 Israel ,8 1,1% 23 Malaysia ,1 % 24 Mexico ,1 0,9% 24 Egypt ,1 % 24 Nigeria ,8 0,9% 25 Indonesia ,8 0,9% 25 Taiwan ,3 0,9% 25 Iran ,7 0,9% 26 Hong Kong ,6 0,7% 26 Malaysia ,7 0,9% 26 Thailand ,9% 27 Chile ,7 0,7% 27 Iran ,5 0,9% 27 Israel ,4 0,9% 28 Australia ,8 0,7% 28 Nigeria ,4 0,9% 28 Kasakhstan ,1 0,8% 29 Israel ,6 0,7% 29 Tunisia 9.943,2 0,8% 29 Morocco ,5 0,8% 30 Azerbaijan ,2 0,7% 30 Serbia 9.018,0 0,7% 30 Egypt ,2 0,7% 31 Argentina ,1 0,7% 31 Thailand 8.487,8 0,6% 31 Croatia ,1 0,7% 32 Tunisia 9.491,2 0,6% 32 Qatar ,5% 32 Indonesia ,1 0,7% 33 Iraq 9.123,0 0,6% 33 Belarus 6.363,7 0,5% 33 Tunisia ,5 0,7% 34 Vietnam 8.559,8 0,6% 34 Argentina 6.086,0 0,5% 34 Argentina ,1 0,6% 35 Morocco 8.384,3 0,5% 35 Indonesia 5.976,3 0,5% 35 Chile ,3 0,6% 36 Egypt 8.087,1 0,5% 36 Libya 5.736,7 0,4% 36 Serbia ,9 0,5% 37 Angola 7.717,5 0,5% 37 Kasakhstan 5.674,1 0,4% 37 Angola ,8 0,5% 38 Venezuela 6.338,5 0,4% 38 Angola 5.277,3 0,4% 38 Azerbaijan ,4 0,4% 39 Belarus 6.064,6 0,4% 39 Chile 5.126,6 0,4% 39 Belarus ,3 0,4% 40 United Arab Emirate 5.818,7 0,4% 40 Kuwait 4.590,7 0,4% 40 Vietnam ,7 0,4% 41 Bangladesh 5.452,3 0,4% 41 Venezuela 4.308,3 0,3% 41 Iraq ,1 0,4% 42 Philippines 5.301,4 0,3% 42 Pakistan 3.912,9 0,3% 42 Venezuela ,9 0,4% 43 Kuwait 5.216,0 0,3% 43 Lebanon 3.907,0 0,3% 43 Kuwait 9.806,7 0,3% 44 Croatia 5.168,3 0,3% 44 Philippines 3.780,7 0,3% 44 Qatar 9.511,3 0,3% 45 Colombia 4.684,2 0,3% 45 Bosnia-Herzegovina 3.740,4 0,3% 45 Philippines 9.082,0 0,3% 46 Serbia 4.019,9 0,3% 46 Colombia 3.492,4 0,3% 46 Colombia 8.176,7 0,3% 47 Equatorial Guinea 3.986,3 0,3% 47 Syria 3.466,3 0,3% 47 Pakistan 7.541,7 0,3% 48 Peru 3.933,6 0,3% 48 Vietnam 3.352,9 0,3% 48 Syria 7.075,5 0,2% 49 Pakistan 3.628,8 0,2% 49 Oman 3.319,2 0,3% 49 Bangladesh 6.517,6 0,2% 50 Syria 3.609,2 0,2% 50 Gibraltar 3.139,6 0,2% 50 Peru 6.114,2 0,2% 51 Costa Rica 3.173,0 0,2% 89 Costa Rica 822,9 0,1% 58 Costa Rica 3.995,9 0,1% EU from EU to + Partner regions Mio euro % Partner regions Mio euro % Partner regions Mio euro % ACP ,6 4,9% ACP ,5 5,2% ACP ,1 5,0% Andean Community ,5 0,7% Andean Community 6.924,7 0,5% Andean Community ,2 0,6% ASEAN ,5 5,1% ASEAN ,2 4,3% ASEAN ,7 4,7% BRIC ,2 31,3% BRIC ,4 18,4% BRIC ,6 25,4% CACM 4.461,8 0,3% CACM 2.413,1 0,2% CACM 6.875,0 0,2% Candidates ,1 3,4% Candidates ,1 5,4% Candidates ,2 4,3% CIS ,6 14,6% CIS ,9 11,4% CIS ,4 13,2% EFTA ,6 11,3% EFTA ,9 11,1% EFTA ,4 11,2% Latin American C ,4 6,2% Latin American C ,7 6,1% Latin American C ,1 6,2% MEDA (excl EU and T ,7 4,5% MEDA (excl EU and T ,9 5,9% MEDA (excl EU and T ,5 5,1% Mercosur ,4 3,1% Mercosur ,2 2,6% Mercosur ,6 2,8% NAFTA ,5 14,4% NAFTA ,1 22,7% NAFTA ,6 18,2% EFTA: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland; Candidates: Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Turkey; Andean Community: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru; CIS: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Moldova Republic of, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan; CACM: Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala; Mercosur: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay; NAFTA: Canada, Mexico, United States; Latin America C.: CACM, Mercosur, ANCOM, Chile, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela; BRIC: Brazil, Russia, India, China; ASEAN: Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam; ACP: 79 countries; MEDA (excl EU & Turkey): Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia. European Union: 27 members.

6 COSTA RICA'S TRADE WITH MAIN PARTNERS (2008) The Major Partners The Major Export Partners The Major Trade Partners Rk Partners Mio euro % Rk Partners Mio euro % Rk Partners Mio euro % World 9.725,2 10% World ,0 10% World ,2 10% 1 United States 4.249,4 43,7% 1 EU ,9 26,3% 1 United States 6.838,7 33,1% 2 EU27 907,8 9,3% 2 United States 2.589,4 23,6% 2 EU ,7 18,3% 3 Venezuela 628,5 6,5% 3 China 1.479,8 13,5% 3 China 1.991,8 9,6% 4 Mexico 586,8 6,0% 4 Mexico 574,8 5,2% 4 Mexico 1.161,5 5,6% 5 Japan 532,3 5,5% 5 Guatemala 354,8 3,2% 5 Japan 744,8 3,6% 6 China 512,1 5,3% 6 Malaysia 313,3 2,9% 6 Venezuela 650,7 3,1% 7 Brazil 413,6 4,3% 7 Honduras 275,8 2,5% 7 Brazil 590,8 2,9% 8 Colombia 241,7 2,5% 8 Hong Kong 255,2 2,3% 8 Guatemala 572,9 2,8% 9 Guatemala 218,1 2,2% 9 Canada 241,9 2,2% 9 Malaysia 357,0 1,7% 10 South Korea 21 2,2% 10 Panama 230,2 2,1% 10 Honduras 352,1 1,7% 11 Chile 152,5 1,6% 11 Nicaragua 214,9 2,0% 11 Canada 318,4 1,5% 12 El Salvador 117,2 1,2% 12 Japan 212,4 1,9% 12 El Salvador 292,5 1,4% 13 Argentina 88,3 0,9% 13 Brazil 177,1 1,6% 13 South Korea 290,2 1,4% 14 Canada 76,5 0,8% 14 El Salvador 175,4 1,6% 14 Nicaragua 289,2 1,4% 15 Honduras 76,3 0,8% 15 Singapore 174,4 1,6% 15 Hong Kong 283,1 1,4% 16 Nicaragua 74,2 0,8% 16 Dominican Republic 120,3 1,1% 16 Panama 279,0 1,3% 17 Thailand 68,8 0,7% 17 South Korea 80,2 0,7% 17 Colombia 268,8 1,3% 18 Panama 48,8 0,5% 18 Australia 67,6 0,6% 18 Singapore 194,6 0,9% 19 Malaysia 43,7 0,4% 19 Russia 55,8 0,5% 19 Chile 164,1 0,8% 20 Switzerland 41,5 0,4% 20 Switzerland 43,6 0,4% 20 Dominican Republic 133,0 0,6% 21 Netherlands Antilles 39,9 0,4% 21 Norway 36,6 0,3% 21 Argentina 102,9 0,5% 22 India 34,8 0,4% 22 Jamaica 35,9 0,3% 22 Thailand 102,0 0,5% 23 Israel 31,9 0,3% 23 Philippines 33,5 0,3% 23 Australia 85,4 0,4% 24 Hong Kong 28,0 0,3% 24 Thailand 33,2 0,3% 24 Switzerland 85,1 0,4% 25 Ukraine 26,7 0,3% 25 Colombia 27,1 0,2% 25 Russia 69,0 0,3% 26 Peru 23,7 0,2% 26 Turkey 25,0 0,2% 26 Philippines 55,3 0,3% 27 Philippines 21,8 0,2% 27 Trinidad and Tobago 24,2 0,2% 27 Norway 48,7 0,2% 28 Singapore 20,2 0,2% 28 South Africa 23,7 0,2% 28 Netherlands Antilles 47,6 0,2% 29 Indonesia 18,1 0,2% 29 Venezuela 22,2 0,2% 29 India 43,8 0,2% 30 Australia 17,8 0,2% 30 Ecuador 18,1 0,2% 30 Peru 39,9 0,2% 31 Russia 13,2 0,1% 31 Peru 16,2 0,1% 31 Jamaica 36,6 0,2% 32 Dominican Republic 12,8 0,1% 32 Argentina 14,7 0,1% 32 Trinidad and Tobago 36,4 0,2% 33 Trinidad and Tobago 12,2 0,1% 33 Cuba 12,6 0,1% 33 Israel 33,2 0,2% 34 Norway 12,1 0,1% 34 Chile 11,6 0,1% 34 Turkey 32,5 0,2% 35 Belarus 12,0 0,1% 35 India 9,0 0,1% 35 Ukraine 28,0 0,1% 36 Ecuador 9,3 0,1% 36 Netherlands Antilles 7,7 0,1% 36 Ecuador 27,4 0,1% 37 Cuba 9,1 0,1% 37 Indonesia 7,6 0,1% 37 South Africa 26,2 0,1% 38 Turkey 7,5 0,1% 38 Haiti 7,3 0,1% 38 Indonesia 25,7 0,1% 39 Uruguay 6,3 0,1% 39 Cameroon 7,2 0,1% 39 Cuba 21,7 0,1% 40 Pakistan 5,3 0,1% 40 Belize 6,6 0,1% 40 Belarus 14,7 0,1% 41 North Korea 3,1 % 41 Bahamas 6,6 0,1% 41 Uruguay 7,5 % 42 South Africa 2,5 % 42 Guyana 4,6 % 42 Belize 7,5 % 43 New Zealand 1,7 % 43 Iran 3,6 % 43 Haiti 7,3 % 44 Morocco 1,6 % 44 Surinam 3,5 % 44 Cameroon 7,2 % 45 Bermuda 1,5 % 45 Belarus 2,7 % 45 Bahamas 6,8 % 46 United Arab Emirate % 46 Aruba 2,6 % 46 Pakistan 5,4 % 47 Croatia 0,9 % 47 Iceland 2,6 % 47 Guyana 4,6 % 48 Belize 0,8 % 48 Croatia 2,5 % 48 New Zealand 3,9 % 49 Jamaica 0,7 % 49 New Zealand 2,2 % 49 Iran 3,8 % 50 Saudi Arabia 0,5 % 50 United Arab Emirate 1,5 % 50 Surinam 3,5 % Costa Rica's from Costa Rica's to Costa Rica's Trade with Partner regions Mio euro % Partner regions Mio euro % Partner regions Mio euro % ACP 39,5 0,4% ACP 255,8 2,3% ACP 295,4 1,4% Andean Community 275,0 2,8% Andean Community 62,4 0,6% Andean Community 337,4 1,6% ASEAN 172,6 1,8% ASEAN 563,2 5,1% ASEAN 735,8 3,6% BRIC 973,7 1% BRIC 1.721,7 15,7% BRIC 2.695,4 13,0% CACM 485,8 5,0% CACM 1.020,8 9,3% CACM 1.506,6 7,3% Candidates 8,4 0,1% Candidates 28,2 0,3% Candidates 36,6 0,2% CIS 51,9 0,5% CIS 62,1 0,6% CIS 114,0 0,6% EFTA 53,7 0,6% EFTA 82,8 0,8% EFTA 136,4 0,7% Latin American C ,5 27,8% Latin American C ,5 20,6% Latin American C ,1 24,0% MEDA (excl EU and T 34,3 0,4% MEDA (excl EU and T 3,7 % MEDA (excl EU and T 38,0 0,2% Mercosur 508,3 5,2% Mercosur 193,3 1,8% Mercosur 701,7 3,4% NAFTA 4.912,6 50,5% NAFTA 3.406,0 31,1% NAFTA 8.318,7 40,2% EFTA: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland; Candidates: Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Turkey; Andean Community: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru; CIS: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Moldova Republic of, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan; CACM: Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala; Mercosur: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay; NAFTA: Canada, Mexico, United States; Latin America C.: CACM, Mercosur, ANCOM, Chile, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela; BRIC: Brazil, Russia, India, China; ASEAN: Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam; ACP: 79 countries; MEDA (excl EU & Turkey): Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia. Source: IMF (DoTS) European Union: 27 members.

7 EUROPEAN UNION, TRADE WITH THE WORLD AND COSTA RICA, BY SITC SECTION (2008) European Union, from the World European Union, from... Costa Rica SITC Codes SITC Sections Value (millions of euro) Total (%) SITC Codes SITC Sections Value (Millions of euro) Total (%) SITC T TOTAL % SITC T TOTAL % 0,2% SITC 3 Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials ,6% SITC 7 Machinery and transport equipment ,9% 0,4% SITC 7 Machinery and transport equipment ,7% SITC 0 Food and live animals ,2% 1,7% SITC 8 Miscellaneous manufactured articles ,6% SITC 2 Crude materials, inedible, except fuels 97 3,1% 0,1% SITC 6 Manufactured goods classified chiefly by material ,4% SITC 8 Miscellaneous manufactured articles 87 2,7% % SITC 5 Chemicals and related prod, n.e.s ,9% SITC 5 Chemicals and related prod, n.e.s. 16 0,5% % SITC 0 Food and live animals ,7% SITC 6 Manufactured goods classified chiefly by material 13 0,4% % SITC 2 Crude materials, inedible, except fuels ,4% SITC 9 Commodities and transactions n.c.e. 2 0,1% % SITC 9 Commodities and transactions n.c.e ,3% SITC 1 Beverages and tobacco 0 % % SITC 4 Animal and vegetable oils, fats and waxes ,5% SITC 4 Animal and vegetable oils, fats and waxes 0 % % SITC 1 Beverages and tobacco ,4% SITC 3 Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials 0 % % Other Other 2 European Union, from the World European Union, from... Costa Rica SITC 5 7,9% SITC 0 4,7% SITC 2 4,4% SITC SITC 9Other 41 2,3% 0,5% 0,4% 0,5% SITC 3 28,6% SITC 2 3,1% SITC 8 SITC Other ,7% 0,5% 0,4% % 0,1% SITC 6 11,4% SITC 0 38,2% SITC 7 54,9% SITC 8 12,6% SITC 7 26,7% European Union, to the World European Union, to... Costa Rica SITC Codes SITC Sections Value (millions of euro) Total (%) SITC Codes SITC Sections Value (millions of euro) Total (%) SITC T TOTAL % SITC T TOTAL % 0,1% SITC 7 Machinery and transport equipment ,5% SITC 7 Machinery and transport equipment ,5% 0,1% SITC 5 Chemicals and related prod, n.e.s ,4% SITC 5 Chemicals and related prod, n.e.s ,4% 0,1% SITC 6 Manufactured goods classified chiefly by material ,6% SITC 3 Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials ,9% 0,1% SITC 8 Miscellaneous manufactured articles ,4% SITC 6 Manufactured goods classified chiefly by material ,3% 0,1% SITC 3 Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials ,2% SITC 8 Miscellaneous manufactured articles 76 9,2% 0,1% SITC 0 Food and live animals ,6% SITC 0 Food and live animals 25 3,1% 0,1% SITC 9 Commodities and transactions n.c.e ,8% SITC 1 Beverages and tobacco 14 1,7% 0,1% SITC 2 Crude materials, inedible, except fuels ,2% SITC 2 Crude materials, inedible, except fuels 14 1,7% % SITC 1 Beverages and tobacco ,5% SITC 9 Commodities and transactions n.c.e. 8 % % SITC 4 Animal and vegetable oils, fats and waxes ,2% SITC 4 Animal and vegetable oils, fats and waxes 3 0,4% 0,1% Other Other 15 European Union, to the World European Union, to... Costa Rica SITC SITC 2SITC Other 1 4 SITC 9 2,2% 1,5% 0,2% 0,6% SITC 0 2,8% 3,6% SITC SITC SITC 1 2 SITC 9Other 4 SITC 1,7% 0 1,7% % 0,4% 1,8% 3,1% SITC 3 6,2% SITC 8 9,2% SITC 7 36,5% SITC 8 10,4% SITC 7 43,5% SITC 6 13,3% SITC 6 13,6% SITC 5 15,4% SITC 3 13,9% SITC 5 17,4% World excluding Intra-EU trade and European Union: 27 members.

8 EUROPEAN UNION IMPORTS, BY PRODUCT GROUPING SITC Rev.3 Product Groups European Union, from... Costa Rica Millions euro % Millions euro % Millions euro % Total 3.079,0 10% 3.018,1 10% 3.173,0 10% 0,2% Primary products 1.061,1 34,5% 1.144,7 37,9% 1.310,7 41,3% 0,2% Agricultural products 1.060,3 34,4% 1.138,5 37,7% 1.306,7 41,2% 1,1% Fuels and mining products 0,8 % 6,2 0,2% 4,0 0,1% % Manufactures 2.016,9 65,5% 1.870,9 62,0% 1.858,6 58,6% 0,2% Iron and steel % 0,3 % 0,3 % % Chemicals 2,3 0,1% 9,0 0,3% 15,8 0,5% % Other semi-manufactures 10,9 0,4% 10,9 0,4% 12,2 0,4% % Machinery and transport equipment 1.975,7 64,2% 1.798,2 59,6% 1.743,1 54,9% 0,4% Office and telecommunication equipment 1.914,3 62,2% 1.779,3 59,0% 1.717,4 54,1% % Transport equipment 0,7 % 0,8 % 0,7 % % Other machinery 60,7 2,0% 18,1 0,6% 25,0 0,8% % Textiles 0,3 % 0,1 % 0,4 % % Clothing 1,8 0,1% 0,6 % 2,0 0,1% % Other manufactures 25,8 0,8% 51,8 1,7% 84,8 2,7% 0,1% Other products 1,6 0,1% 1,4 % 1,9 0,1% % 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% European Union, from... Costa Rica Agricultural products Fuels and mining products Iron and steel Chemicals Other semi-manufactures Machinery and transport equipment Textiles Clothing Other manufactures European Union, from the World SITC Rev.3 Product Groups Millions euro % Millions euro % Millions euro % Total ,8 10% ,3 10% ,5 10% Primary products ,9 30,5% ,0 37,9% ,8 4% Agricultural products ,6 8,5% ,5 7,3% ,0 7,5% Fuels and mining products ,2 22,1% ,5 30,6% ,8 33,5% Manufactures ,3 66,5% ,4 59,9% ,5 56,1% Iron and steel ,3 1,9% ,1 2,2% ,8 2,8% Chemicals ,6 8,6% ,2 8,1% ,7 7,9% Other semi-manufactures ,6 5,5% ,3 5,1% ,2 5,0% Machinery and transport equipment ,6 34,5% ,2 29,8% ,9 26,7% Office and telecommunication equipment ,1 14,5% ,5 13,2% ,1 1% Transport equipment ,1 9,4% ,0 7,1% ,4 6,4% Other machinery ,4 10,7% ,7 9,5% ,3 9,3% Textiles ,6 1,7% ,2 1,4% ,0 1,2% Clothing ,7 4,7% ,6 4,4% ,1 4,0% Other manufactures ,9 9,5% ,9 8,9% ,9 8,5% Other products ,1 3,1% ,2 2,1% ,7 2,4% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% European Union, from the World Agricultural products Fuels and mining products Iron and steel Chemicals Other semi-manufactures Machinery and transport equipment Textiles Clothing Other manufactures SITC Rev. 3: Primary products: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 68; Agricultural products: 0, 1, 2, 4, excl. 27, excl. 28; Fuels and miningproducts: 3, 27, 28, 68; 2000 Manufactures: 5, 6, 7, 8, excl. 68, excl. 891; Iron and steel: 67; 2200 Chemicals: 5; Other semimanufactures: 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 69; Machinery and transport equipment: 7; Officeand telecommunicationequipment: 75, 76, 776; Transport equipment: 78, 79, 713, 7783; Other machinery: 71, 72, 73, 74, 77, excl. 713, excl. 776, excl. 7783; 2500 Textiles: 65; 2600 Clothing: 84; Other manufactures: 81, 82, 83, 85, 87, 88, 89, excl. 891; Other products: 9, 891. World excluding Intra-EU trade and European Union: 27 members.

9 SITC Rev.3 Product Groups EUROPEAN UNION EXPORTS, BY PRODUCT GROUPING European Union, to... Costa Rica Millions euro % Millions euro % Millions euro % Total 750,1 10% 1.091,5 10% 822,9 10% 0,1% Primary products 132,2 17,6% 159,1 14,6% 175,5 21,3% 0,1% Agricultural products 44,2 5,9% 52,8 4,8% 54,9 6,7% 0,1% Fuels and mining products 88,0 11,7% 106,3 9,7% 120,5 14,6% 0,1% Manufactures 604,2 80,6% 916,9 84,0% 623,8 75,8% 0,1% Iron and steel 12,8 1,7% 45,3 4,2% 33,1 4,0% 0,1% Chemicals 115,9 15,5% 138,6 12,7% 143,4 17,4% 0,1% Other semi-manufactures 74,8 1% 71,8 6,6% 66,6 8,1% 0,1% Machinery and transport equipment 338,9 45,2% 590,8 54,1% 300,2 36,5% 0,1% Office and telecommunication equipment 89,4 11,9% 409,6 37,5% 74,0 9,0% 0,1% Transport equipment 117,1 15,6% 58,9 5,4% 48,7 5,9% % Other machinery 132,3 17,6% 122,3 11,2% 177,5 21,6% 0,1% Textiles 5,4 0,7% 4,9 0,4% 5,1 0,6% % Clothing 2,0 0,3% 3,7 0,3% 4,3 0,5% % Other manufactures 54,4 7,3% 61,8 5,7% 71,1 8,6% 0,1% Other products 6,0 0,8% 9,9 0,9% 8,8 1,1% % 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% European Union, to... Costa Rica Agricultural products Fuels and mining products Iron and steel Chemicals Other semi-manufactures Machinery and transport equipment Textiles Clothing Other manufactures European Union, to the World SITC Rev.3 Product Groups Millions euro % Millions euro % Millions euro % Total ,8 10% ,3 10% ,1 10% Primary products ,3 11,9% ,9 14,1% ,4 15,3% Agricultural products ,2 6,6% ,2 6,5% ,0 6,5% Fuels and mining products ,1 5,4% ,7 7,5% ,3 8,8% Manufactures ,0 85,7% ,1 83,1% ,1 81,2% Iron and steel ,3 2,5% ,3 3,0% ,7 3,2% Chemicals ,2 16,0% ,3 15,9% ,4% Other semi-manufactures ,5% ,9 8,2% ,4 7,7% Machinery and transport equipment ,5 45,1% ,9 43,5% ,0 43,5% Office and telecommunication equipment ,5 8,4% ,3 7,8% ,9 6,2% Transport equipment ,7 16,2% ,0 14,7% ,1 14,9% Other machinery ,2 20,3% ,8 20,7% ,7 22,1% Textiles ,6 1,8% ,2 1,5% ,6 1,2% Clothing ,1 1,5% ,0 1,4% ,7 1,4% Other manufactures ,1 10,1% ,2 9,6% ,0 8,9% Other products ,7 2,5% ,4 2,9% ,6 2,9% 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% European Union, to the World Agricultural products Fuels and mining products Iron and steel Chemicals Other semi-manufactures Machinery and transport equipment Textiles Clothing Other manufactures SITC Rev. 3: Primary products: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 68; Agricultural products: 0, 1, 2, 4, excl. 27, excl. 28; Fuels and miningproducts: 3, 27, 28, 68; 2000 Manufactures: 5, 6, 7, 8, excl. 68, excl. 891; Iron and steel: 67; 2200 Chemicals: 5; Other semimanufactures: 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 69; Machinery and transport equipment: 7; Officeand telecommunicationequipment: 75, 76, 776; Transport equipment: 78, 79, 713, 7783; Other machinery: 71, 72, 73, 74, 77, excl. 713, excl. 776, excl. 7783; 2500 Textiles: 65; 2600 Clothing: 84; Other manufactures: 81, 82, 83, 85, 87, 88, 89, excl. 891; Other products: 9, 891. World excluding Intra-EU trade and European Union: 27 members.

10 RANK OF COSTA RICA IN EUROPEAN UNION TRADE (2008) SITC Rev.3 Product Groups EU EU EU Balance Rank Millions of euro Share in Total Rank Millions of euro Share in Total Millions of euro TOTAL ,0 10% 0,2% ,9 10% 0,1% Primary products ,7 41,3% 0,2% ,5 21,3% 0,1% , Agricultural products ,7 41,2% 1,1% ,9 6,7% 0,1% , Food ,1 38,2% 1,3% ,5 5,2% 0,1% , Fish 75 6,7 0,2% % 86 1,3 0,2% % -5, Other food products and live animals ,5 38,0% 1,5% ,3 5,0% 0,1% , Raw materials 39 93,5 2,9% 0,4% 70 12,4 1,5% 0,1% -81, Fuels and mining products 121 4,0 0,1% % ,5 14,6% 0,1% 116, Ores and other minerals 94 3,9 0,1% % 84 1,3 0,2% % -2, Fuels 116 % % ,4 13,9% 0,1% 114, Petroleum and petroleum products 110 % % ,1 13,9% 0,2% 114, Other fuels 78 % 72 0,3 % % 0, Non ferrous metals 87 0,2 % % 75 4,8 0,6% % 4, Manufactures ,6 58,6% 0,2% ,8 75,8% 0,1% , Iron and steel 77 0,3 % % 67 33,1 4,0% 0,1% 32, Chemicals 68 15,8 0,5% % ,4 17,4% 0,1% 127, Pharmaceuticals 60 0,4 % % 69 61,6 7,5% 0,1% 61, Plastics 81 0,1 % % 72 16,5 2,0% 0,1% 16, Other chemicals 59 15,3 0,5% % 71 65,2 7,9% 0,1% 49, Other semi-manufactures 80 12,2 0,4% % 84 66,6 8,1% 0,1% 54, Machinery and transport equipment ,1 54,9% 0,4% ,2 36,5% 0,1% , Office and telecommunication equipment ,4 54,1% % 71 74,0 9,0% 0,1% , Electronic data processing and office equipment ,0 52,4% 2,5% 45 56,6 6,9% 0,2% , Telecommunications equipment 41 5,9 0,2% % 131 6,4 0,8% % 0, Integrated circuits and electronic components 21 48,5 1,5% 0,2% ,3% 0,1% -37, Transport equipment 115 0,7 % % ,7 5,9% % 48, Automotive products 108 0,1 % % 90 43,9 5,3% % 43, Other transport equipment 108 0,6 % % 138 4,8 0,6% % 4, Other machinery 53 25,0 0,8% % ,5 21,6% 0,1% 152, Power generating machinery 82 0,7 % % 101 7,0 0,9% % 6, Non electrical machinery 81 1,9 0,1% % ,5 15,5% 0,1% 125, Electrical machinery 39 22,4 0,7% % 76 42,9 5,2% 0,1% 20, Textiles 87 0,4 % % 88 5,1 0,6% % 4, Clothing 76 2,0 0,1% % 89 4,3 0,5% % 2, Other manufactures 42 84,8 2,7% 0,1% 80 71,1 8,6% 0,1% -13, Personal and household goods 57 2,7 0,1% % 91 6,1 0,7% % 3, Scientific and controlling instruments 30 48,5 1,5% 0,2% 78 18,2 2,2% 0,1% -30, Miscellaneous manufactures 37 33,5 1,1% % 77 46,8 5,7% 0,1% 13, Other products 100 1,9 0,1% % 94 8,8 1,1% % 6,9 EU Trade with... Costa Rica millions of euro Agricultural products Fuels and mining products Iron and steel Chemicals Other semimanufactures Machinery and transport equipment Textiles Clothing Other manufactures Other products Primary products: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 68; Agricultural products: 0, 1, 2, 4, excl. 27, excl. 28; Food: 0, 1, 4, 22; Fish: 03; Other food products and live animals: 0, 1, 4, 22, excl. 03; Raw materials: 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29; Fuels and mining products: 3, 27, 28, 68; Ores and other minerals: 27, 28; Fuels: 3; Petroleum and petroleum products: 33; Other fuels: 3 excl. 33; Non ferrous metals: Manufactures: 5, 6, 7, 8, excl. 68, excl. 891; Iron and steel: 67; Chemicals: 5; Pharmaceuticals: 54; Plastics: 57, 58; Other chemicals: 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 59; Other semi-manufactures: 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 69; Machinery and transport equipment: 7; Office and telecommunication equipment: 75, 76, 776; Electronic data processing and office equipment: 75; Telecommunications equipment: 76; Integrated circuits and electronic components: 776; Transport equipment: 78, 79, 713, 7783; Automotive products: 781, 782, 783, 784, 7132, 7783; Other transport equipment: 79, 713, 785, 786, excl. 7132; Other machinery: 71, 72, 73, 74, 77, excl. 713, excl. 776, excl. 7783; Power generating machinery: 71, excl. 713; Non electrical machinery: 72, 73, 74; Electrical machinery: 77, excl. 776, excl. 7783; Textiles: 65; Clothing: 84; Other manufactures: 81, 82, 83, 85, 87, 88, 89, excl. 891; Personal and household goods : 82, 83, 85; Scientific and controlling instruments:87; Miscellaneous manufactures: 81, 88, 89, excl Other products: 9, 891. Share by products in EU 27 Total Trade excluding Intra-EU trade.

11 EU TRADE WITH THE WORLD AND EU TRADE WITH COSTA RICA (2008) (Ranking by Trade Flows in 2008) EU from EU to EU Balance with Costa Rica Costa Rica TDC Sections World Millions TDC Sections World Millions TDC Sections World of euro Total of euro Total Costa Rica TOTAL % 0,2% TOTAL % 0,1% TOTAL TDC ,9% 0,5% TDC ,4% 0,1% TDC TDC ,7% 3,0% TDC ,8% 0,1% TDC TDC ,7% 0,3% TDC ,0% 0,1% TDC TDC ,5% 0,2% TDC ,0% 0,1% TDC TDC ,3% % TDC ,8% % TDC TDC ,2% % TDC ,0% 0,1% TDC TDC ,1% % TDC ,6% 0,1% TDC TDC ,1% % TDC ,3% 0,1% TDC TDC ,1% % TDC ,9% 0,1% TDC TDC ,1% % TDC ,4% 0,1% TDC TDC ,1% % TDC ,7% 0,1% TDC TDC ,1% % TDC ,4% 0,1% TDC TDC ,1% % TDC ,1% % TDC TDC % % TDC ,9% % TDC TDC % % TDC ,7% % TDC TDC % % TDC ,5% 0,1% TDC TDC % % TDC ,3% % TDC TDC % % TDC ,2% % TDC TDC % % TDC ,1% % TDC TDC % % TDC ,1% % TDC TDC TDC ,1% % TDC TDC sections (Harmonized System): TDC 01 Ch Live animals; animal products TDC 11 Ch Textiles and textile articles TDC 02 Ch Vegetable products TDC 12 Ch Footwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking-sticks TDC 03 Ch.15 Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their cleavage products TDC 13 Ch Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar material TDC 04 Ch Prepared foodstuffs; beverages, spirits and vinegar; tobacco... TDC 14 Ch.71 Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones TDC 05 Ch Mineral Products TDC 15 Ch Base metals and articles of base metal TDC 06 Ch Products of the chemical or allied industries TDC 16 Ch Machinery and mechanical appliances; electrical equipment TDC 07 Ch Plastics and articles thereof; rubber and articles thereof TDC 17 Ch Vehicles, aircraft, vessels and associated transport equipment TDC 08 Ch Raw hides and skins, leather, furskins and articles thereof TDC 18 Ch Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision TDC 09 Ch Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal; cork and articles of cork TDC 19 Ch. 93 Arms and ammunition; parts and accessories thereof TDC 10 Ch Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic material; paper or paperboard TDC 20 Ch Miscellaneous manufactured articles TDC 21 Ch.97 Works of art, collectors pieces and antiques World excluding Intra-EU trade and European Union: 27 members.

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