Executive Summary International Trade Report. October 2016

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5 OCTOBER 2016 In October 2016, Spain s exports decreased by 1.6% year-on-year in nominal terms to 21,806.8 million euros, whereas imports declined by 1.7% to 23,640.4 million euros. With seasonally adjusted data, exports grew by 0.9% year-on-year and imports by 0.8%. In real terms, exports grew by 1.0% year-onyear, as export prices decreased by 2.6%, and imports diminished by 0.9%, as import prices dropped by 0.9%. In nominal terms on a month-on-month basis, exports increased by 1.8% and imports declined by %. With seasonally adjusted data, exports increased by 0.8% month-on-month and imports rose by 2.6%. Exports (% year-on-year) Imports (% year-on-year) original original trend-cycle trend-cycle Trade balance (M ) and coverage ratio (%) Spain s trade balance registered a deficit of 120% 1,833.6 million euros, down from a deficit of 1,888.2 million euros in October 2015 (provisional 0 110% data). The export/import coverage ratio reached 92.2%, equal value as in October of 2015 with -2, % provisional data. The non-energy trade balance reached a deficit of million euros, in contrast -4,000 90% to a surplus of million in the same month of The energy trade deficit fell by 39.8% -6,000 80% year-on-year to 1,214.0 million euros (compared to a deficit of 2,017.5 million euros in October 2015). -8,000-10,000 Trade Balance Coverage ratio % 60% Sectoral data Spain s main exporting sectors in October 2016 were capital (representing 19.5% of total exports and declining by 4.1% year-on-year), vehicles (18.3% of total, decreasing by 0.8%), food, beverages and tobacco (15.9% of total, advancing by 3.0%) and chemical products (13.6% of total, diminishing by 2.2%). 2

6 Vehicles Consumption Durable Exports (% of total) Other OCTOBER Food, beverages and tobacco Energy Raw Materials Semi-manuf. (non-chem.) Consumption Durable 13.2 Vehicles Imports (% of total) Other OCTOBER Food, beverages and tobacco Energy Raw Materials 7.2 Semimanuf. (non-chem.) Capital Chemical products OCTOBER 2016 Capital Chemical products OCTOBER 2016 The most significant sectors of Spain s imports were capital (representing 22.4% of total imports and rising by 1.7% year-on-year), chemical products (15.1% of total, shrinking by 4.1%), consumption (13.2% of total, surging by 7.7%) and vehicles (12.9% of total, decreasing by 2.9%). Among subsectors, the largest contributions to the annual change in Spain s exports in October 2016 (down by 1.6%) came from oil and by-products (1.7 points), engines ( points) and road transport equipment ( points). The major negative contributions corresponded to iron and steel (-0.8 points), general purpose equipment (- points) and electrical machinery (- points). Exports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) oil and by-products 1.7 engines road transport equipment oils and fats 0.4 cars and motorcycles 0.4 minerals 0.4 meat products garment ships other chemical products fruits, vegetables and legumes - railway transport equipment - toys - plastics - non-ferrous metals - other capital - automotive parts and accessories - electrical machinery - general purpose equipment - iron and steel -0.8 Imports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) aircraft 0.6 medicines garment precision equipment toys non-ferrous metals electrical appliances footwear tobacco iron and steel inorganic - electrical machinery - plastics - general purpose equipment - coal and electricity -0.4 other food products -0.4 automotive parts and accessories -0.4 organic - oil and by-products -0.6 gas The subsectors with the most positive contribution to the annual change in Spain s imports in October 2016 (down by 1.7%) were aircraft (0.6 points), medicines ( points) and garment ( points). The major negative contributions corresponded to gas (-1.0 points), oil and by-products (-0.6 points) and organic chemical products (- points). 3

7 Geographic data Exports to the European Union accounted for 65.7% of total exports in October 2016 (down from 65.9% in October 2015) and shrank by 2.0% year-on-year. Exports to the euro area accounted for 51.5% (up from 50.9% in October 2015) and declined by 0.4%. Exports to non-eu countries accounted for 34.3% of total exports (up from 34.1% in October 2015) as they declined by 1.0% year-on-year. Exports (% of total) Imports (% of total) America Rest of Europe Asia 9,9 6,3 9,7 Oceania Other Africa 0,7 6,6 1,3 10,9 5,5 9,3 15,0 6,5 0,6 1,3 OCTOBER ,9 51,5 Euro area Asia America 19,2 10,7 Oceania Other Africa 17,7 9,8 5,7 7,6 0,3 0,0 8,6 0,4 0,0 OCTOBER ,6 46,0 45,2 Euro area 14,1 Rest of EU OCTOBER 2016 Rest of Europe 5,4 11,6 Rest of EU OCTOBER 2016 Imports from the European Union accounted for 56.8% of total imports in October 2016 (down from 57.6% in October 2015) and dropped by 3.2% year-on-year. Imports from the euro area represented 45.2% (down from 46.0% in October 2015) and declined by 3.6%. Imports from non-eu countries accounted for 43.2% of total imports in October 2016 (up from 42.4% in October 2015) as they augmented by % year-onyear. Exports EU and extra-eu (% y-o-y trend-cycle) Imports EU and extra-eu (% y-o-y trend-cycle) Total EU-28 Extra-EU Total EU-28 Extra-EU Trade balance with the European Union showed in October 2016 a surplus of million euros (up from a surplus of million in October 2015) and a surplus of million euros with the euro area (20 million surplus in October 2015). Trade deficit with the rest of the world increased to 2,722.2 million euros (from a deficit of 2,623.9 million euros in October 2015). 4

8 The destinations with the largest contributions to the annual change in Spain s exports in October 2016 (down by 1.6%) were China (0.4 percentage points), Belgium (0.4 points), Turkey ( points) and Iceland ( points). Those destinations with the largest negative contributions were the United Kingdom (-0.8 points), the United States (- points), Oman (- points) and South Korea (- points). Exports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) China 0.4 Belgium 0.4 Turkey Iceland Ireland Norway Malaysia Portugal Japan Morocco Poland - Cuba - Argentina - Switzerland - France - Germany - South Korea - Oman - USA - UK Imports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) USA Equatorial Guinea Poland Libya Morocco Saudi Arabia China Romania Iraq Egypt Argentina Portugal Ireland France Norway Germany Angola UK Nigeria Algeria Regarding imports, the countries with the largest contributions to the annual change in Spain s imports in October 2016 (down by 1.7%) were the United States (0.7 percentage points), Equatorial Guinea ( points), Poland ( points) and Libya ( points). The destinations with the largest negative contributions were Algeria (-1.1 points), Nigeria (-1.1 points), the United Kingdom (-0.7 points) and Angola (-0.7 points). International data In comparison to other geographical areas, Spain s exports of decreased by 1.6% year-on-year in October, a smaller decrease than those of the euro area (-4.0%) and the European Union (-4.5%). Within the European Union, exports also decreased in Germany (-4.1%), France (-8.2%) and Italy (-2.2%), but they increased in the United Kingdom (6.7%). Outside the European Union, the United States exports decreased by 1.2% year-on-year, China s by 7.6% and Japan s by 1%. 5

9 JANUARY OCTOBER 2016 Spain s exports increased by 0.9% in the period of January-October 2016 compared to the same period of 2015 to 210,292.0 million euros, whereas imports decreased by 1.6% year-on-year to 225,352.8 million euros. In real terms, exports rose by 3.0% year-on-year, as export prices diminished by 2.0%, and imports advanced by 2.4% year-on-year, as import prices fell by 3.8%. Spain s trade deficit decreased to 15,060.7 million euros compared to the same period of 2015 (deficit of 20,53 million euros). The export/import coverage ratio reached 93.3%, 2.3 percentage points higher than in the same period of 2015 (91.0%, provisional data). The non-energy trade balance reached a deficit of 1,797.5 million euros, compared to a surplus of 2,163.3 million euros in January-October 2015, whereas the energy trade deficit declined by 41.6% year-on-year to 13,263.2 million euros. Sectoral data Spain s main exporting sectors in the period of January-October were capital (representing 2% of total exports, advancing by 1.5% year-on-year), vehicles (18.0% of total, surging by 7.4%), food, beverages and tobacco (16.7% of total, increasing by 5.9%) and chemical products (14.3% of total, declining by 0.6%). Vehicles Durable 18.0 Capital Consumption 1.7 Exports (% of total) Other 1.7 J-O Food, beverages and tobacco Chemical products Energy Raw materials Semi-manuf. (non-chem.) JAN-OCT 2016 Vehicles Durable Capital Consumption Imports (% of total) Other J-O Food, beverages and tobacco Chemical products Energy Raw materials Semi-manuf. (non-chem.) JAN-OCT 2016 The largest shares by sector of Spain s imports were those of capital (representing 21.7% of total and advancing by 7.3% year-on-year), chemical products (15.8% of total imports, declining by 2.9%), vehicles (13.8% of total imports, advancing by 4.4%) and consumption (13.0% of total imports, advancing by 6.4%). Among subsectors, the largest contributions to the annual change in Spain s exports (up by 0.9%) were cars and motorcycles (1.2 percentage points), road transport equipment (0.6 points) and garment (0.4 points). On the other hand, the major negative contributions by subsectors corresponded to iron and steel (-0.4 points), medicines (- points), and coal and electricity (- points). 6

10 Exports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) Imports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) cars and motorcycles 1.2 cars and motorcycles 0.7 road transport equipment 0.6 garment garment 0.4 aircraft 0.4 oil and by-products general purpose equipment meat products fruits, vegetables and legumes oils and fats fishery products other chemical products other capital fruits, vegetables and legumes specific purpose equipment other consumption road transport equipment fishery products precision equipment specific purpose equipment - inorganic - non-ferrous metals - organic - footwear - fertilizers - electrical machinery - automotive parts and accessories - minerals - iron and steel - aircraft - coal and electricity - gas - medicines - coal and electricity - minerals - medicines - gas -0.8 iron and steel-0.4 oil and by-products The subsectors with most positive contributions to the annual change in Spain s imports in January- October 2016 (down by 1.6%) were cars and motorcycles (0.7 points), garment ( points) and aircraft (0.4 points). The major negative contributions corresponded to oil and by-products (-3.1 points), gas (-0.8 points) and minerals (- points). Geographic data Exports to the European Union accounted for 66.4% of total exports in the period (up from 64.8% in the same period of 2015) and increased by 3.3% year-on-year, while exports to the euro area accounted for 51.7% of total (5% in the same period of 2015) and went up by 3.2%. Exports to the rest of the world accounted for 33.6% of total exports (35.2% in the same period of 2015) and fell by 3.5% year-on-year. America 10.4 Rest of Europe Asia Rest of EU Exports (% of total) Oceania Other Africa J-O Euro area JAN-OCT 2016 Asia America Rest of Europe Africa Imports (% of total) Oceania Other J-O Rest of EU Euro area JAN-OCT 2016 Imports from the European Union accounted for 57.1% of total imports in January-October 2016 (up from 55.5% in the same period of 2015) and increased by 1.2% year-on-year. Imports from the euro area 7

11 accounted for 45.7% (44.3% in the same period of 2015) and grew by 1.7%. Imports from the rest of the world accounted for 42.9% of total (44.5% in the same period of 2015) and fell by 5.1% year-on-year. Spain s trade surplus with the European Union and with the euro area increased to 10,858.6 million euros and to 5,616.7 million euros respectively, up from surpluses of 8,012.5 million and 3,966.5 million euros in the same period of the previous year. The trade deficit with the rest of the world decreased by 9.2% year-on-year to 25,919.3 million euros. In terms of contribution to the annual change of exports (up by 0.9%), the main contributions were those of Italy (0.6 percentage points), Germany (0.6 points), Belgium ( points) and the United Kingdom ( points). Those destinations with the largest negative contributions were France (-0.4 points), Saudi Arabia (- points), Argentina (- points), and Brazil (- points). Exports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) Imports (top/bottom contrib. to annual change, p.p.) Italy 0.6 Germany Germany 0.6 Morocco Belgium Italy UK Iran Morocco France China Poland Ireland Switzerland Romania Japan Norway Turkey Austria Czech Republic Greece - Ireland - Bulgaria - Mexico - Mexico - Colombia - Australia - Kazakhstan - USA - Venezuela - Gibraltar - Saudi Arabia - Brazil - UK -0.4 Argentina - Angola - Saudi Arabia - Nigeria -0.6 France -0.4 Algeria Regarding imports, the countries with the largest contribution to the annual change in Spain s imports in the period (down by 1.6%) were Germany ( percentage points), Morocco ( points), Italy ( points) and Iran ( points). The destinations with the largest negative contributions were Algeria (-0.7 points), Nigeria (-0.6 points), Angola (- points) and the United Kingdom (-0.4 points). In the period January-October, the number of Spanish exporters grew by 1.3% year-on-year to 134,030 exporters, out of which 35,967 had already exported at least 50,000 euros worth of in the period, % less than in the same period of With regard to regular exporters (those that have already exported in the current year as well as in each of the three preceding years), they amounted to 48,861 in the period, 36.5% of total exporters and 4.1% more than in the same period of Their exports reached 198,856.2 million, 94.6% of total exports and 1.9% more than in the same period of the previous year. International data In comparison to other geographical areas, Spain s exports of increased by 0.9% year-on-year in the period of January-October By contrast, the euro area s exports decreased by 0.4% and the European Union s by 1.2%. Within the European Union, exports also increased in Germany (%) and Italy (%), whereas those of France and the United Kingdom fell by 2.2% and 3.2% respectively. Outside the European Union, the United States exports decreased by 4.6%, China s by 6.9% and Japan s by 9.3%. 8

12 12 - MONTH ACCUMULATED FLOWS 300, , , , , , , ,000 M 250, , , ,000 50, , , , ,000 N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O Imports Exports Trade Balance Coverage ratio 70 % -250,000 M 200,000 N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O Energy Exports Energy Imports Non-energy Exports Non-energy Trade Balance Non-energy Imports Energy Trade Balance 150, ,000 50, , , , ,000 M N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O Extra-EU Exports Extra-EU Imports EU Exports UE Imports EU Trade Balance Extra-EU Trade Balance 9

13 STATISTICAL ANNEX Million % m-o-m % y-o-y Million Key data EXPORTS IMPORTS BALANCE % m-o-m % y-o-y Million % m-o-m % y-o-y COVERAGE RATIO ,2 8, ,3 8, ,1-8,4 64, ,9 2, ,8-0, ,9 5,9 66, ,6-15, ,2-27, ,6 50,9 77, ,1 16, ,9 16, ,8-15,2 77, ,4 15, ,7 9, ,4 10,1 81, ,6 5, ,6-2, ,0 33,6 87, ,1 4, ,8-2, ,7 48,1 93, ,8 2, ,6 5, ,8-51,1 90, ,4 3, ,3 3, ,9 0,0 90,9 12 last months* ,9 1, ,2-0, ,3 21,8 93, (Jan-Oct) ,3 9, ,5 9, ,2-8,2 65, (Jan-Oct) ,9 5, ,9 3, ,1-0,6 66, (Jan-Oct) ,3-18, ,1-30, ,8 55,3 78, (Jan-Oct) ,3 15, ,4 16, ,1-18,0 77, (Jan-Oct) ,9 16, ,2 11, ,3 9,4 81, (Jan-Oct) ,3 5, ,4-0, ,1 27,0 86, (Jan-Oct) ,2 5, ,7-3, ,5 56,7 94, (Jan-Oct) ,5 1, ,1 5, ,6-72,8 90, (Jan-Oct) ,3 3, ,3 3, ,9 2,0 90, (Jan-Oct)* 2192,0 0, ,8-1, ,7 26,6 93, (Oct) ,5 16,5 13, ,3 11,7 11, ,8-3,6-7,9 65, (Oct) ,5 1,6-3, ,2 2,4-6, ,6-4,0 11,9 67, (Oct) ,3 6,8-10, ,4-0,1-24, ,2 19,6 50,8 78, (Oct) ,1 6,5 15, ,4 2,3 10, ,3 13,1 5,2 81, (Oct) ,8-2,2 5, ,1-6,1 2, ,3 22,5 11,0 84, (Oct) ,6 14,8 15, ,0 8,1 5, ,4 37,2 50,4 92, (Oct) ,2 12,5 1, ,9 5,4 0, ,7 47,1 18,7 94, (Oct) ,6 6,5 4, ,4 5,9 9, ,8-1,7-90,0 89, (Oct) ,0 4,8-0, ,4-0,8-3, ,3 41,2 33,4 92, (Oct)* ,8 1,8-1, ,4-0,1-1, ,6 17,8 2,9 92,2 2016* January ,3-9,4 2, ,9-5,9 0, ,6-33,0 8,1 88,4 February 290,7 11,6 2, ,7 7,3 1, ,0 26,2 13,6 92,1 March ,1 10,1-3, ,9 4,9-3,6-795,9 54,8 10,6 96,6 Q ,1-4,5 0, ,5-5,0-0, ,5 10,6 10,5 92,5 April ,7-0,9 6, ,0-1,5-1,2-637,3 19,9 71,7 97,2 May ,1-1,0 4, ,1 0,3 1,2-940,9-47,6 43,2 95,9 June ,3 3,0 2, ,9 4,7-0, ,6-44,2 33,7 94,4 Q ,1 9,6 4, ,0 5,8-0, ,8 40,6 50,7 95,8 July ,4-5,8-9, ,2-8,8-12,0-557,8 58,9 60,0 97,5 August ,0-17,4 8,9 206,2-7,8 4, ,2-358,9 19,9 87,3 September ,6 21,5 0, ,4 17,1-1, ,8 12,9 13,2 90,6 Q ,0-9,7-1, ,8-5,8-3, ,8-82,3 25,3 91,9 October ,8 1,8-1, ,4-0,1-1, ,6 17,8 2,9 92,2 * Provisional Source: Evaluation Department (Secretariat of State for Trade), data from Spanish Customs Department (Tax Agency) % 10

14 Sector breakdown - October 2016 EXPORTS IMPORTS BALANCE Million % share y-o-y (%) Million % share y-o-y (%) Million y-o-y (%) Food, beverages and tobacco 3.458,9 15,9 3, ,3 11,3-4,6 787,6 40,8 Meat products 580,7 2,7 15,1 185,8 0,8 8,4 394,8 18,6 Fishery products 310,5 1,4 5,7 570,4 2,4 2,8-259,9 0,5 Fruits, vegetables and legumes 1.181,4 5,4-3,5 388,1 1,6-7,1 793,3-1,6 Oils and fats 345,7 1,6 35,3 159,6 0,7-17,5 186,2 200,0 Sugars, coffee and cocoa 154,1 0,7-4,8 256,7 1,1-4,8-102,7 4,7 Dairy products and eggs 106,6 0,5 1,6 144,6 0,6-12,1-38,0 36,2 Other food products 426,0 2,0 1,4 686,7 2,9-12,1-260,8 27,8 Beverages 337,9 1,5-9,6 152,4 0,6 3,7 185,5-18,3 Tobacco 16,0 0,1-23,3 126,9 0,5 27,4-110,9-40,9 Energy 1.341,9 6,2 32, ,9 10,8-15, ,0 39,8 Oil and by-products 1.292,7 5,9 41, ,1 8,5-6,6-715,4 42,1 Gas 23,6 0,1-33,2 449,5 1,9-35,3-426,0 35,4 Coal and electricity 25,6 0,1-60,0 98,2 0,4-47,6-72,6 41,1 Raw materials 565,3 2,6 18,0 848,7 3,6-0,4-283,3 24,0 Animals and vegetables 223,1 1,0 3,5 249,8 1,1-8,1-26,8 52,6 Minerals 342,2 1,6 29,8 598,8 2,5 3,2-256,6 18,9 Semi-manuf. (non-chem.) 2.141,4 9,8-11, ,9 7,2 2,7 448,5-42,6 Non-ferrous metals 406,4 1,9-13,7 330,7 1,4 15,5 75,6-59,1 Iron and steel 617,6 2,8-21,4 631,2 2,7 4,3-13,7-107,6 Paper 276,2 1,3-9,9 274,6 1,2-6,7 1,7-86,7 Ceramic and associated 304,9 1,4 1,6 70,6 0,3 30,7 234,3-4,8 Other semi-manufactures 536,3 2,5-5,4 385,8 1,6-5,6 150,5-4,7 Chemical products 2.976,1 13,6-2, ,1 15,1-4,1-599,1 12,6 Organic 287,7 1,3 4,2 602,0 2,5-16,1-314,2 28,9 Inorganic 79,5 0,4-9,7 117,4 0,5-32,7-37,9 56,1 Medicines 845,2 3,9-3, ,6 5,2 10,6-391,4-59,9 Plastics 774,4 3,6-7,5 762,3 3,2-9,3 12,1 474,2 Fertilizers 56,7 0,3-0,3 79,9 0,3-24,1-23,2 52,1 Tanning or dyeing extracts 192,4 0,9-10,5 130,1 0,6 1,8 62,3-28,5 Essential and perfume oils 407,6 1,9 4,3 310,8 1,3 0,3 96,8 19,4 Other chemical products 332,6 1,5 8,8 336,1 1,4 0,5-3,5 87,8 Capital 4.262,8 19,5-4, ,0 22,4 1, ,1-35,5 Equipment for industry 1.102,9 5,1-12, ,3 5,5-5,0-200,4-73,9 Specific purpose 368,2 1,7-8,3 411,5 1,7 2,4-43, ,0 General purpose 734,7 3,4-14,1 891,8 3,8-8,1-157,1-37,1 Office and telecom. Equipment 227,9 1,0-14, ,9 4,4-2,9-811,0-0,8 Office 83,8 0,4-10,4 462,5 2,0 2,5-378,7-5,9 Telecommunication 144,1 0,7-16,3 576,4 2,4-6,8-432,3 3,2 Transport equipment 1.009,5 4,6 8,7 735,3 3,1 27,8 274,2-22,5 Railway 63,5 0,3-43,5 20,9 0,1-3,0 42,6-53,1 Road 589,4 2,7 21,1 340,4 1,4 6,1 249,0 50,0 Ships 52,0 0,2 202,8 24,6 0,1-18,1 27,3 311,7 Aircraft 304,7 1,4-2,6 349,4 1,5 72,1-44,7-140,7 Other capital 1.922,5 8,8-3, ,4 9,4 1,3-296,9-50,3 Engines 219,0 1,0 102,3 195,4 0,8-2,0 23,6 125,9 Electrical machinery 898,7 4,1-11, ,7 4,2-5,6-102,0-138,4 Precision equipment 203,1 0,9 5,7 543,8 2,3 17,4-340,7-25,6 Other 601,7 2,8-11,1 479,5 2,0 2,2 122,2-41,1 Vehicles 3.986,3 18,3-0, ,3 12,9-2,9 927,0 6,6 Cars and motorcycles 2.930,2 13,4 3, ,0 5,9 0, ,2 5,1 Parts and accessories 1.056,1 4,8-10, ,3 7,0-5,7-610,2-2,8 Durable 396,7 1,8 0,2 711,4 3,0 6,6-314,6-15,9 Electrical appliances 117,7 0,5-3,6 226,8 1,0 20,4-109,1-64,8 Consumer electronics 55,0 0,3 21,7 179,9 0,8-4,9-124,9 13,2 Furniture 173,4 0,8-1,9 237,0 1,0 6,6-63,6-39,5 Other durable 50,6 0,2-2,4 67,7 0,3 0,1-17,1-8,4 Consumption 2.337,4 10,7 0, ,2 13,2 7,7-776,9-39,4 Textiles 1.474,1 6,8 6, ,7 7,5 7,0-306,6-12,0 Garment 1.109,5 5,1 6, ,3 5,9 8,4-290,8-15,3 Footwear 186,6 0,9-17,8 230,8 1,0 16,6-44,1-251,8 Toys 129,7 0,6-28,4 314,9 1,3 23,0-185,2-147,1 Other consumption 546,9 2,5 1,7 787,9 3,3 1,6-241,0-1,5 Other 339,9 1,6-47,6 114,6 0,5 44,0 225,3-60,4 TOTAL ,8 100,0-1, ,4 100,0-1, ,6 2,9 Source: Evaluation Department (Secretariat of State for Trade), data from Spanish Customs Department (Tax Agency) 11

15 Sector breakdown - January to October 2016 EXPORTS IMPORTS BALANCE Million % share y-o-y (%) Million % share y-o-y (%) Million y-o-y (%) Food, beverages and tobacco ,2 16,7 5, ,3 11,7 4, ,9 11,9 Meat products 5.267,8 2,5 11, ,2 0,7 2, ,6 17,2 Fishery products 2.932,4 1,4 8, ,4 2,3 9, ,1-10,5 Fruits, vegetables and legumes ,1 6,4 3, ,7 1,9 12, ,5-0,7 Oils and fats 3.500,2 1,7 16, ,7 0,8 0, ,5 40,5 Sugars, coffee and cocoa 1.407,7 0,7 9, ,0 1,1 1, ,3 7,4 Dairy products and eggs 1.050,8 0,5-1, ,0 0,6-6,2-384,2 17,7 Other food products 4.167,5 2,0 4, ,2 3,1-0, ,7 6,9 Beverages 3.137,4 1,5 0, ,5 0,7 2, ,0-1,2 Tobacco 214,3 0,1-2, ,6 0,5 13, ,3-17,8 Energy ,0 5,0-0, ,2 10,5-28, ,2 41,6 Oil and by-products 9.899,6 4,7 7, ,9 8,1-27, ,2 48,2 Gas 249,1 0,1-58, ,2 2,1-27, ,1 24,3 Coal and electricity 290,3 0,1-57,1 772,2 0,3-47,2-481,9 38,6 Raw materials 4.646,1 2,2-4, ,6 3,2-10, ,5 19,5 Animals and vegetables 2.046,1 1,0 3, ,9 1,1-1,9-404,8 22,8 Minerals 2.600,0 1,2-9, ,8 2,1-14, ,7 18,8 Semi-manuf. (non-chem.) ,9 10,1-3, ,1 6,9-2, ,8-8,3 Non-ferrous metals 4.197,9 2,0-4, ,4 1,3 2, ,5-19,6 Iron and steel 5.755,8 2,7-12, ,2 2,3-10,5 470,6-29,6 Paper 2.919,8 1,4 1, ,6 1,3-0,3 18,1 177,0 Ceramic and associated 3.187,2 1,5 5,2 655,5 0,3 24, ,7 1,1 Other semi-manufactures 5.234,2 2,5 0, ,3 1,6 2, ,9-6,5 Chemical products 374,6 14,3-0, ,5 15,8-2, ,9 14,1 Organic 2.865,5 1,4-5, ,4 3,0-3, ,8 1,6 Inorganic 839,8 0,4 3, ,6 0,7-9,4-667,8 21,3 Medicines 8.665,2 4,1-4, ,6 4,9-6, ,4 11,0 Plastics 8.202,9 3,9-0, ,9 3,6 0,5 192,0-35,8 Fertilizers 558,0 0,3-10,3 592,2 0,3-32,2-34,2 86,4 Tanning or dyeing extracts 1.973,4 0,9 1, ,1 0,6 2,3 700,3-0,7 Essential and perfume oils 3.771,6 1,8 2, ,3 1,3 4,9 734,3-5,3 Other chemical products 3.298,2 1,6 14, ,4 1,6 3,3-248,2 55,3 Capital ,2 20,1 1, ,3 21,7 7, ,1-66,5 Equipment for industry ,1 5,2-1, ,3 5,9 7, ,2-92,4 Specific purpose 3.687,6 1,8-5, ,0 1,8 9,7-300,4-214,5 General purpose 7.245,5 3,4 0, ,4 4,1 6, ,9-37,7 Office and telecom. Equipment 2.291,4 1,1 3, ,6 4,2-1, ,2 3,3 Office 831,2 0,4 2, ,2 1,7-0, ,1 1,8 Telecommunication 1.460,2 0,7 3, ,4 2,5-2, ,1 4,4 Transport equipment 112,7 4,9 9, ,6 2,7 27, ,1-9,0 Railway 977,1 0,5 7,5 207,6 0,1 14,1 769,5 5,9 Road 5.782,3 2,7 25, ,2 1,3 13, ,1 40,4 Ships 399,0 0,2-4,3 258,7 0,1 40,2 140,3-39,6 Aircraft 3.154,3 1,5-9, ,2 1,3 46,3 328,2-78,7 Other capital ,9 8,9-1, ,7 8,9 6, , ,7 Engines 1.582,6 0,8-0, ,3 0,6 16,6 148,3-58,1 Electrical machinery 9.094,5 4,3-2, ,1 4,2 3,1-380,6-395,1 Precision equipment 1.846,7 0,9 10, ,7 1,9 8, ,0-6,6 Other 6.109,2 2,9-2, ,6 2,2 8, ,6-29,9 Vehicles ,8 18,0 7, ,0 13,8 4, ,8 24,1 Cars and motorcycles ,4 13,0 9, ,3 6,5 12, ,1 6,3 Parts and accessories 104,5 5,0 1, ,8 7,4-2, ,3 8,3 Durable 3.593,9 1,7 8, ,3 2,8 8, ,3-8,8 Electrical appliances 982,4 0,5-2, ,0 0,8 7,3-798,6-22,4 Consumer electronics 444,5 0,2 28, ,5 0,7 12, ,1-6,8 Furniture 1.714,2 0,8 11, ,1 1,1 9,2-701,0-4,6 Other durable 452,9 0,2 8,0 602,6 0,3 1,4-149,7 14,4 Consumption ,0 10,2 5, ,0 13,0 6, ,0-8,9 Textiles ,6 6,1 8, ,4 7,6 8, ,7-7,6 Garment 9.591,3 4,6 8, ,4 5,9 8, ,1-8,0 Footwear 2.430,9 1,2-8, ,8 1,1 6,5-116,9-145,2 Toys 868,2 0,4 7, ,0 0,9 18, ,8-29,2 Other consumption 5.197,2 2,5 6, ,8 3,3 0, ,6 10,9 Other 3.519,4 1,7-49, ,6 0,5 33, ,8-59,6 TOTAL 2192,0 100,0 0, ,8 100,0-1, ,7 26,6 Source: Evaluation Department (Secretariat of State for Trade), data from Spanish Customs Department (Tax Agency) 12

16 Geographic breakdown - October 2016 EXPORTS IMPORTS BALANCE Million % share y-o-y (%) Million % share y-o-y (%) Million y-o-y (%) EUROPE ,7 71,9-0, ,2 62,3-3,5 963,5 67,3 EUROPEAN UNION * ,8 65,7-2, ,2 56,8-3,2 888,6 20,8 EURO AREA ,6 51,5-0, ,8 45,2-3,6 547,8 173,6 Austria 182,7 0,8-1,2 173,4 0,7-0,4 9,3-13,4 Belgium 694,0 3,2 13,6 630,3 2,7 4,0 63, ,0 Cyprus 18,0 0,1-3,4 1,3 0,0-0,8 16,7-3,6 Estonia 14,5 0,1-26,6 5,3 0,0 16,9 9,2-39,6 Finland 72,6 0,3-15,1 97,2 0,4-9,8-24,6-10,3 France 3.250,7 14,9-1, ,8 10,6-4,2 734,9 7,8 Germany 2.394,8 11,0-2, ,6 13,4-4,6-767,7 11,2 Greece 180,6 0,8-1,0 47,3 0,2-13,9 133,3 4,6 Ireland 173,2 0,8 40,4 224,1 0,9-28,1-50,9 73,0 Italy 1.792,8 8,2-1, ,2 6,5-1,7 253,7-1,4 Latvia 17,4 0,1-13,8 46,6 0,2 358,2-29,2-393,4 Lithuania 30,9 0,1 2,4 33,0 0,1-7,6-2,1 61,5 Luxembourg 23,7 0,1 9,0 38,7 0,2-4,1-15,0 19,4 Malta 30,7 0,1 29,4 4,6 0,0-14,3 26,1 42,2 Netherlands 640,5 2,9-4, ,3 4,6 2,8-438,8-14,6 Portugal 1.589,5 7,3 1,7 882,2 3,7-8,9 707,3 18,8 Slovakia 75,8 0,3-1,2 166,4 0,7-0,1-90,5-0,9 Slovenia 49,1 0,2-28,9 36,5 0,2 5,5 12,6-63,5 REST OF EU 3.085,2 14,1-7, ,4 11,6-1,7 340,8-36,4 Bulgaria 134,8 0,6 11,4 56,5 0,2-16,2 78,2 46,1 Croatia 34,2 0,2-2,6 7,1 0,0-19,1 27,1 2,9 Czech Republic 180,8 0,8-12,2 371,3 1,6 6,6-190,5-33,9 Denmark 122,8 0,6-19,1 153,8 0,7 10,7-31,0-339,3 Hungary 141,5 0,6 17,4 224,0 0,9-13,7-82,5 40,6 Poland 436,2 2,0-6,8 508,1 2,1 32,7-72,0-184,5 Romania 192,1 0,9-6,4 195,0 0,8 41,9-2,9-104,3 Sweden 182,6 0,8-10,4 182,3 0,8-9,4 0,3-87,7 United Kingdom 1.458,2 6,7-10,3 898,8 3,8-16,4 559,4 1,7 REST OF EUROPE 1.362,9 6,3 12, ,0 5,4-6,3 74,9 146,9 Norway 123,0 0,6 45,7 94,1 0,4-55,7 28,9 122,6 Russia 141,3 0,6-3,1 288,9 1,2 3,9-147,5-11,7 Switzerland 318,4 1,5-13,7 329,7 1,4 5,8-11,3-119,7 Turkey 491,1 2,3 18,3 441,4 1,9 7,6 49,7 846,9 AMERICA 2.155,5 9,9-10, ,2 10,7 7,1-379,7-849,9 NORTH AMERICA 995,6 4,6-10, ,6 5,4 18,5-289,0-976,8 Canada 111,3 0,5-7,8 135,4 0,6 33,9-24,1-223,2 USA 884,0 4,1-11, ,5 4,9 16,9-264, ,1 LATIN AMERICA 1.142,3 5,2-11, ,7 5,1-1,1-66,5-200,3 Argentina 78,6 0,4-36,9 143,0 0,6-24,6-64,4 1,0 Brazil 161,6 0,7-16,3 191,2 0,8-16,3-29,6 16,2 Chile 115,4 0,5 0,0 102,5 0,4-19,3 12,9 211,9 Mexico 339,5 1,6-6,6 332,2 1,4 11,0 7,3-88,7 Venezuela 14,6 0,1-50,3 3,2 0,0-90,6 11,4 327,1 REST OF AMERICA 17,6 0,1 45,1 41,9 0,2-30,9-24,3 49,9 ASIA 2.116,3 9,7 2, ,1 19,2 6, ,8-9,5 ASIA (exc. Middle East) 1.405,2 6,4 10, ,3 16,4 3, ,0-0,1 China 470,0 2,2 21, ,8 8,9 3, ,8 1,1 Hong-Kong. China 82,4 0,4 12,1 21,3 0,1 20,6 61,1 9,4 India 107,7 0,5-1,3 274,9 1,2 9,7-167,2-18,2 Indonesia 39,7 0,2-16,3 129,1 0,5-0,3-89,4-9,0 Japan 215,1 1,0 13,5 311,8 1,3 9,3-96,7-1,1 Philippines 36,5 0,2 5,0 21,8 0,1 50,4 14,8-27,4 Singapore 49,4 0,2 19,6 39,9 0,2 32,6 9,5-15,3 South Korea 130,2 0,6-30,9 178,4 0,8 3,6-48,3-398,2 Taiwan 37,7 0,2 8,9 80,8 0,3-11,2-43,2 23,5 MIDDLE EAST 711,0 3,3-10,2 659,8 2,8 23,5 51,3-80,1 Saudi Arabia 184,6 0,8-10,3 300,5 1,3 32,6-115,9-456,2 United Arab Emirates 160,8 0,7-4,5 16,0 0,1-53,2 144,9 7,9 AFRICA 1.436,7 6,6-0, ,0 7,6-13,8-353,3 43,9 Algeria 250,0 1,1-0,6 337,1 1,4-44,2-87,1 75,3 Egypt 110,8 0,5 15,2 76,2 0,3 181,1 34,6-49,9 Morocco 655,5 3,0 3,9 530,9 2,2 21,6 124,6-35,9 Nigeria 15,1 0,1-52,1 226,6 1,0-53,5-211,5 53,6 South Africa 111,2 0,5 14,9 87,2 0,4 8,0 23,9 50,1 OCEANIA 144,2 0,7 5,2 68,6 0,3-32,0 75,7 108,2 Australia 117,3 0,5 2,1 43,4 0,2-39,7 74,0 72,0 OTHER (**) 274,4 1,3-3,0 0,4 0,0-23,5 274,0-2,9 WORLD ,8 100,0-1, ,4 100,0-1, ,6 2,9 Pro memoria: TOTAL NON EU 7.490,0 34,3-1,0 112,3 43,2 0, ,2-3,7 TOTAL NON EURO AREA 175,2 48,5-2, ,7 54,8-0, ,5-14,0 OECD ,6 76,6-2, ,3 68,2-2,2 583,3 2,5 ASEAN 269,3 1,2 17,8 588,9 2,5 10,0-319,6-4,2 MERCOSUR 300,7 1,4-23,5 384,0 1,6-20,4-83,2 7,0 OPEC 817,1 3,7-3, ,9 5,8-25,9-562,8 44,5 Source: Evaluation Dept. (Sec.of State for Trade), data from Spanish Customs Dept. (Tax Agency). ** Mainly provisioning outside the EU * Total EU is higher than the sum of its members as a result of including provisioning and fishing occurred between Member States 13

17 Geographic breakdown - January to October 2016 EXPORTS IMPORTS BALANCE Million % share y-o-y (%) Million % share y-o-y (%) Million y-o-y (%) EUROPE ,4 72,1 3, ,7 62,7 1,3 178,7 37,0 EUROPEAN UNION * ,4 66,4 3, ,8 57,1 1, ,6 35,5 EURO AREA ,4 51,7 3, ,7 45,7 1, ,7 41,6 Austria 1.843,3 0,9 10, ,6 0,8 10,2 19,7 85,9 Belgium 6.457,9 3,1 19, ,6 2,6-0,2 602,3 233,8 Cyprus 202,8 0,1-9,3 15,8 0,0 16,7 186,9-11,0 Estonia 177,1 0,1-0,5 72,3 0,0-29,8 104,9 39,7 Finland 875,5 0,4 17,2 927,5 0,4 8,0-52,0 53,4 France ,9 15,1-2, ,9 11,2 2, ,9-17,4 Germany ,5 11,3 5,5 389,0 13,5 2, ,5 8,4 Greece 1.477,6 0,7-12,3 420,4 0,2-15, ,2-10,9 Ireland 1.496,1 0,7 35, ,8 1,0-12,6-842,7 46,3 Italy ,2 8,0 8, ,2 6,6 3, ,0 56,0 Latvia 154,2 0,1-5,9 110,6 0,0 51,7 43,7-52,1 Lithuania 304,5 0,1-3,1 233,0 0,1-10,9 71,6 35,1 Luxembourg 231,8 0,1-2,9 399,0 0,2 11,0-167,2-38,5 Malta 251,4 0,1-7,2 76,1 0,0 65,7 175,3-22,1 Netherlands 6.646,6 3,2 1, ,4 4,2 1, ,8-1,6 Portugal ,5 7,2 1, ,1 3,9-1, ,4 5,0 Slovakia 759,1 0,4 16, ,7 0,7 12,6-891,6-9,2 Slovenia 365,6 0,2-7,3 357,7 0,2 15,5 7,8-90,8 REST OF EU 864,7 0,4-20,5 480,9 0,2 6,6 383,8-39,7 Bulgaria 864,7 0,4-20,5 480,9 0,2 6,6 383,8-39,7 Croatia 316,5 0,2 11,7 70,3 0,0-8,8 246,3 19,4 Czech Republic 1.829,0 0,9 9, ,3 1,5 8, ,3-7,6 Denmark 1.222,2 0,6 0, ,4 0,7 11,2-278,2-103,2 Hungary 1.282,2 0,6 12, ,0 1,0-0,9-896,8 15,1 Poland 4.008,9 1,9-0, ,3 1,9 12,6-179,4-159,9 Romania 1.736,5 0,8 13, ,5 0,6 18,3 397,0-0,3 Sweden 1.818,7 0,9-0, ,9 0,8-6,8-5,2 95,7 United Kingdom ,9 7,7 6, ,6 4,1-9, ,4 40,0 REST OF EUROPE ,1 5,7 1, ,0 5,6 1,8-479,9-9,9 Norway 977,0 0,5 25, ,4 0,5-19,5-261,4 65,6 Russia 1.359,6 0,6-5, ,7 1,2-5, ,2 5,5 Switzerland 3.364,1 1,6 3, ,0 1,3 15,8 411,0-40,1 Turkey 4.339,8 2,1 3, ,7 1,9 7,3 101,1-57,1 AMERICA ,4 10,4-7, ,5 10,2-7, ,1 14,0 NORTH AMERICA 148,4 5,0-2, ,6 5,1-1,3-961,1-6,9 Canada 1.247,9 0,6 7,4 985,5 0,4 14,1 262,4-12,2 USA 9.290,4 4,4-3,2 118,5 4,7-2, ,0-6,1 LATIN AMERICA ,9 5,3-11, ,1 4,9-11,9-46,2 67,1 Argentina 697,7 0,3-39, ,1 0,5 12,4-534,4-975,0 Brazil 1.886,3 0,9-19, ,7 1,1-3,5-674,3-112,8 Chile 1.161,6 0,6 3, ,4 0,5-8,7 1,2 100,9 Mexico 3.309,2 1,6-6, ,6 1,2-15,7 626,6 69,9 Venezuela 183,6 0,1-42,1 149,6 0,1-77,8 33,9 109,5 REST OF AMERICA 198,1 0,1-24,2 311,8 0,1-40,5-113,7 56,8 ASIA ,6 9,4 0, ,3 19,6 1, ,7-2,4 ASIA (exc. Middle East) ,6 6,1 3, ,9 17,1 2, ,3-1,8 China 4.170,1 2,0 12, ,5 8,8 1, ,4 1,6 Hong-Kong. China 767,7 0,4 8,1 209,0 0,1 6,1 558,7 8,8 India 1.034,1 0,5-2, ,2 1,3 9, ,1-16,7 Indonesia 328,7 0,2-20, ,7 0,6 3, ,0-14,1 Japan 2.035,8 1,0 0, ,8 1,3 13,6-988,0-58,0 Philippines 303,1 0,1-4,7 174,4 0,1-0,7 128,7-9,6 Singapore 463,3 0,2 3,9 263,6 0,1-16,0 199,7 51,3 South Korea 1.317,7 0,6-11, ,8 0,9-0,9-605,0-32,2 Taiwan 402,5 0,2-3,1 877,5 0,4 2,3-475,1-7,5 MIDDLE EAST 6.890,0 3,3-5, ,4 2,5-4, ,6-9,3 Saudi Arabia 1.975,4 0,9-23, ,2 1,1-18,4-452,9-18,8 United Arab Emirates 1.460,6 0,7-2,4 292,7 0,1-24, ,9 5,5 AFRICA ,1 6,3-1, ,2 7,3-19, ,1 56,1 Algeria 2.450,9 1,2-6, ,1 1,7-30, ,3 53,2 Egypt 1.163,3 0,6 1,3 592,2 0,3 57,1 571,1-26,0 Morocco 5.682,0 2,7 13, ,0 2,1 13, ,0 16,2 Nigeria 185,2 0,1-29, ,8 1,1-34, ,7 35,0 South Africa 941,8 0,4-11,9 733,3 0,3-7,8 208,5-23,8 OCEANIA 1.331,6 0,6-20,0 626,1 0,3-8,3 705,5-28,2 Australia 1.119,2 0,5-20,9 374,9 0,2-14,0 744,3-24,0 OTHER (**) 2.405,9 1,1-20,6 6,9 0,0-91, ,0-18,7 WORLD 2192,0 100,0 0, ,8 100,0-1, ,7 26,6 Pro memoria: TOTAL NON EU ,7 33,6-3, ,0 42,9-5, ,3 9,2 TOTAL NON EURO AREA ,7 48,3-1, ,1 54,3-4, ,4 15,6 OECD ,8 77,9 2, ,7 68,7 0, ,1 51,9 ASEAN 2.380,6 1,1-1, ,8 2,6 4, ,2-9,0 MERCOSUR 3.107,9 1,5-24, ,8 1,8-10, ,0-96,1 OPEC 7.898,8 3,8-13, ,4 5,9-26, ,6 40,3 Source: Evaluation Dept. (Sec.of State for Trade), data from Spanish Customs Dept. (Tax Agency). ** Mainly provisioning outside the EU * Total EU is higher than the sum of its members as a result of including provisioning and fishing occurred between Member States 14

18 Exports and imports growth in selected economies (y-o-y %) EXPORTS IMPORTS Oct Last 12 Jan- Oct Oct Last 12 Jan- Oct 2016 months months 2016 Spain -1,6 1,8 0,9-1,7-0,3-1,6 Germany -4,1 1,1 0,3-2,2 0,4-0,5 France (1) -8,2-1,1-2,2-5,0-0,4-1,3 Italy -2,2 0,9 0,2-1,6-1,7-2,8 Euro Area (2) -4,0 0,4-0,4-3,3-0,6-1,5 United Kingdom 6,7-3,1-3,2 5,0 9,7 12,7 European Union (28) (3) -4,5-0,2-1,2-4,5 0,1-0,7 USA -1,2-5,6-4,6-1,5-4,3-3,8 China -7,6-6,4-6,9-1,3-7,6-7,4 Japan -10,3-8,7-9,3-16,5-17,1-17,8 (1) Excluding military equipment (2) Includes both extra and intra EA transactions (3) Includes both extra and intra EU transactions Source: Evaluation Department (Secretariat of State for Trade), from provisional national data in selected countries n.a.: not available when this report was prepared 15

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