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Official estimates of Scotland’s exports for 2019. It includes both the services and manufacturing sectors of the Scottish economy although excludes oil and gas. Information on international exports, including EU and non-EU, as well as exports to the rest of the UK are provided.
Scotland’s international exports increased by £1.1 billion (3.4%) from £33.9 billion in 2018 to £35.1 billion in 2019. Since 2010, Scotland’s international exports have increased by 43% (£10.5 billion) from £24.5 billion.
Scotland’s exports to EU countries increased from 2018 by £420 million (2.6%) to £16.4 billion, while exports to non-EU countries increased by £730 million (4.1%) to £18.7 billion in 2019.
Scotland’s exports to the rest of the UK also increased over the year, up £2.5 billion (5.0%) to £52.0 billion in 2019.
total international and rest of the UK exports in 2019 were estimated to be £87.1 billion, up £3.6 billion (4.3%) from the previous year. Exports to the rest of the UK accounted for 60% of this overall total, and EU and non-EU exports accounted for 19% and 21% respectively.