Publication - Statistics

Scottish Economic Statistics 2008

Published: 10 Dec 2008
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9780755958559

This is the ninth edition of the annual publication Scottish Economic Statistics, which is produced by statisticians in the Scottish Government.

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Scottish Economic Statistics 2008
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Table 1.9: Total exports by destination, 2002 r - 2006, (£million)

Destination

Total Exports (£m)

Absolute change (2006- 2005)

Per cent change (2006- 2005)

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

European Union 25

10,520

9,635

9,105

9,450

10,365

915

10

of which

Austria

215

115

115

100

115

15

15

Belgium

505

575

540

560

500

-60

-11

Denmark

415

365

330

350

430

80

23

Eire

970

955

790

980

1,090

110

11

Finland

215

290

240

475

210

-265

-56

France

1,665

1,400

1,300

1,280

1,610

330

26

Germany

2,020

1,785

1,725

1,465

1,475

10

1

Greece

175

145

210

140

415

275

196

Italy

985

695

590

620

720

100

16

Luxembourg

35

55

25

30

60

30

100

Netherlands

1,450

1,480

1,370

1,500

1,305

-195

-13

Portugal

185

155

160

175

285

110

63

Spain

745

835

900

820

840

20

2

Sweden

555

420

420

470

485

15

3

Rest of Europe

1,965

1,660

1,415

1,500

1,480

-20

-1

North America ( USA and Canada)

2,690

2,665

2,790

3,015

2,120

-895

-30

Central and South America

510

575

530

650

840

190

29

Middle East

825

960

780

805

970

165

20

Asia

1,725

1,835

2,010

2,050

2,835

785

38

Africa

680

630

650

640

710

70

11

Australasia

280

290

260

240

335

95

40

Unallocable 1

800

800

645

850

940

90

11

Total

19,940

19,000

18,145

19,155

20,550

1,395

7

Source: Scottish Government
r Revised
1 Figures have been rounded and may not sum to total.
2 Total exports excludes the value of Financial Intermediation ( SIC 61) and Water Transport ( SIC 65). Currently, it is not possible to allocate exports for these sectors to detailed trade areas.