July-November 2014-15

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Pakistan’s Trade Statistics
Monthly Review
(July-November 2014-15)
By
RESEARCH & ANALYSIS
DIRECTORATE
24-12-2014
Pakistan’s Trade Performance [Million USD]
JULY – NOVEMBER PERIOD
Exports
2014-15 2013-14
Imports
%age
Growth
2014-15
Balance
2013-14
%age
Growth
2014-15
2013-14
%age
Growt
h
July
1,923
2,095
-8.18
3,364
3,814
-11.80
-1,434
-1,719
-16.58
August
1,902
1,983
-3.64
4,718
3,572
32.08
-2,807
-1,589
76.65
September
2,175
2,617
-16.90
4561
3,791
20.31
-2380
-1,174
102.73
October
1,957
1,864
5.00
4,226
3,281
30.02
-2,309
1,417
62.95
November
1,966
1,796
9.44
3,630
3,651
-0.58
-1,664
-1,855
-10.30
Jul-Nov
9,922
10,157
-4.19
20,373
18,110
12.50
-10,451
-7,754
34.78
Values in US$ Million
Source: Pakistan Bureau of Statistics
Pakistan Merchandise Trade
July-November
EXPORTS
IMPORTS
25,000
20,373
18,110
US$ million
20,000
15,000
9,923
10,356
10,000
5,000
0
2014-15
2013-14
Division-wise Export Analysis (JULY-AUGUST 2014-15 and 2013-14: Value in US $ million)
NOVEMBER
COMMODITY SECTORS
2014
GRAND TOTAL
JULY-NOVEMBER
%
Change
2013
2014-15
2013-14
%
Change
1,966
1,796
9.44
9,923
10,356
-4.17
1,128
998
13.02
5,719
5,666
0.93
410
334
22.51
1,643
1,660
-1.02
28
69
-58.59
403
691
-41.74
A
TEXTILE & GARMENTS CATEGORY
B
AGRO & FOOD
C
MINERAL & METAL
D
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER
MANFURES
188
182
3.40
1,041
1,192
-12.64
E
OTHER SECTORS
212
214
-0.93
1,118
1,148
-2.59
Export Composition Jul-Nov 2014-15
OTHER SECTORS
11%
Manufacturing
10%
Total Export
MINERAL &
METAL
4%
AGRO FOOD.
17%
USD 9,924
million
TEXTILE &
CLOTHING
58%
EXPORT FROM PAKISTAN WITH AVERAGE UNIT PRICE
VALUE IN '000' $
July-November
November
NO.
A)
COMMODITIES
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
2014
2013
% Change
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
1,128,115
998,143
13.02
5,718,569
5,665,605
0.93
23,461
16,018
1,464.66
30,415
16,684
1,823.00
(22.86)
(3.99)
(19.66)
98,264
60,807
1,616.00
111,976
62,105
1,803.01
(12.25)
(2.09)
(10.37)
10
9
1.11
76
79
0.96
(86.84)
(88.61)
15.50
123
83
1.48
3,020
2,433
1.24
(95.93)
(96.59)
19.39
181,712
68,559
2.65
138,195
45,195
3.06
31.49
51.70
(13.32)
818,397
293,297
2.79
902,409
296,500
3.04
(9.31)
(1.08)
(8.32)
3,635
464
683.41
19,006
18,545
2.49
i)
RAW COTTON
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
ii)
COTTON CARDED OR COMBED
Qty.000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
III)
COTTON YARN
Qty.000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
iv)
YARN OTHER THAN COTTON YARN
v)
COTTON FABRICS
Qty. 000 Sq.M
A.U.P. per Sq.M.
194,395
113,070
1.72
191,017
186,903
1.02
1.77
(39.50)
68.22
1,030,088
746,316
1.38
1,182,174
1,107,334
1.07
(12.86)
(32.60)
29.29
vi)
READYMADE GARMENTS
Qty. 000 DOZ
A.U.P. PER. DOZ
169,068
2,456
68.84
141,851
2,269
62.52
19.19
8.24
10.11
826,836
12,542
65.93
753,441
11,497
65.53
9.74
9.09
0.60
vii)
KNITWEAR ( HOSIERY )
Qty. 000 DOZ
A.U.P. PER. DOZ
185,013
11,881
15.57
158,771
7,996
19.86
16.53
48.59
(21.58)
1,024,106
52,086
19.66
916,999
43,563
21.05
11.68
19.56
(6.59)
continuue
VALUE IN '000' $
November
NO.
A)
COMMODITIES
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
2013-14
% Change
5,718,569
5,665,605
0.93
54,967
47,763
15.08
263,186
253,611
3.78
170,453
156,437
8.96
899,731
891,815
0.89
24,761
22,714
9.01
136,260
133,110
2.37
6.88
6.89
(0.05)
6.60
6.70
(1.44)
TOWELS
59,320
54,397
9.05
313,417
297,690
5.28
Qty. 000 K.G.
15,095
11,259
34.07
72,109
64,562
11.69
3.93
4.83
(18.66)
4.35
4.61
(5.74)
13,990
7,039
98.75
70,252
28,767
144.21
3,908
2,654
47.25
23,788
10,808
120.10
3.58
2.65
34.97
2.95
2.66
10.96
ART SILK & SYNTH TEX.
30,986
34,892
(11.19)
154,927
127,781
21.24
Qty. 000 Sq.M
12,516
24,162
(48.20)
101,058
125,701
(19.60)
2.48
1.44
71.44
1.53
1.02
50.81
41,105
36,826
11.62
200,236
177,377
12.89
BED WARE
A.U.P. per K.G.
TENTS AND CANVAS
Qty.000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
xii)
2014-15
13.02
A.U.P. per K.G.
xi)
% Change
998,143
Qty. 000 K.G.
x)
2013
1,128,115
viii) MADE-UPS ( EXCL. TOWELS AND BEDWEAR
ix)
2014
July-November
A.U.P. per Sq.M.
xiii) OTHERS TEXTILE PROD./ MATERIAL
VALUE IN '000' $
NO.
B)
COMMODITIES
November
2014
2013
July-November
% Change
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
AGRO FOOD.
409,628
334,360
22.51
1,642,642
1,659,592
(1.02)
1
RICE
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
221,197
459,419
481.47
137,591
278,425
494.18
60.76
65.01
(2.57)
738,602
1,303,644
566.57
681,859
1,160,586
587.51
8.32
12.33
(3.57)
a)
RICE (Basmati)
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
46,234
47,090
981.82
28,506
25,094
1,135.97
62.19
87.65
(13.57)
247,193
219,428
1,126.53
233,182
214,447
1,087.36
6.01
2.32
3.60
b)
RICE (Others)
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
174,963
412,329
424.33
109,085
253,331
430.60
60.39
62.76
(1.46)
491,409
1,084,216
453.24
448,677
946,139
474.22
9.52
14.59
(4.42)
ii)
FISH & FISH PREPARATIONS
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
35,387
15,520
2.28
28,772
10,428
2.76
22.99
48.83
(17.36)
148,500
58,008
2.56
147,514
56,457
2.61
0.67
2.75
(2.02)
iii)
FRUITS
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
27,351
32,356
0.85
31,368
42,580
0.74
(12.81)
(24.01)
14.75
122,389
165,026
0.74
141,424
220,165
0.64
(13.46)
(25.04)
15.46
iv)
VEGETABLES
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
14,049
35,678
0.39
14,147
43,084
0.33
(0.69)
(17.19)
19.92
42,749
120,712
0.35
63,823
198,036
0.32
(33.02)
(39.05)
9.89
v)
LEGUMINOUS VEGETABLES
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
0
#DIV/0!
0
0
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
0
0
#DIV/0!
2,776
3,186
0.87
(100.00)
(100.00)
#DIV/0!
Continue..
VALUE IN '000' $
NO.
COMMODITIES
B)
AGRO FOOD.
vi)
MEAT PREPARATIONS
vii)
WHEAT
viii)
November
2014
2013
July-November
% Change
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
409,628
334,360
22.51
1,642,642
1,659,592
(1.02)
18,155
24,211
(25.01)
84,446
100,739
(16.17)
0
47
(100.00)
0
6,887
(100.00)
SUGAR
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
2,358
4,422
0.53
24,445
51,412
0.48
(90.35)
(91.40)
12.15
98,617
204,706
0.48
67,628
141,640
0.48
45.82
44.53
0.90
ix)
OIL SEEDS
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
11,308
6,409
1.76
8,903
5,194
1.71
27.01
23.39
2.93
22,377
12,308
1.82
23,581
21,239
1.11
(5.11)
(42.05)
63.75
x)
TOBACCO
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
1,228
456
2.69
1,146
347
3.30
7.16
31.41
(18.46)
6,065
1,827
3.32
6,979
2,323
3
(13.10)
(21.35)
10.50
xi)
SPICES
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
6,111
2,038
3.00
2,989
1,002
2.98
104.45
103.39
0.52
23,090
6,672
3.46
17,723
5,896
3.01
30.28
13.16
15.13
xii)
GUAR & GUAR PRODUCTS
5,718
3,294
73.59
27,617
27,457
0.58
xiii)
MOLASSES
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
216
1,048
206.11
0
0
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
3,861
28,795
134.09
15,388
125,593
123
(74.91)
(77.07)
9.44
xiv)
ALL OTHER FOOD ITEMS
66,550
57,447
15.85
324,329
355,814
(8.85)
VALUE IN '000' $
July-November
November
NO.
C)
COMMODITIES
MINERAL & METAL.
2014
2013
% Change
2014-15
%
Change
2013-14
28,491
68,798
(58.59)
402,837
691,409
(41.74)
658
471
39.70
3,521
3,295
6.86
i)
ONYX MANF.
ii)
a)
b)
GEMS & JEWELRY
1,700
63,098
(97.31)
7,683
202,721
(96.21)
GEMS
1,120
574
95.12
3,743
2,677
39.82
580
62,524
(99.07)
3,940
200,044
(98.03)
iii)
PETROLEUM GROUP
26,133
5,229
399.77
391,633
485,393
(19.32)
a)
PETROLEUM CRUDE
25,308
-
#DIV/0!
145,229
-
#DIV/0!
b)
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ( EXCL.TOP
NAPHTHA )
825
5,224
(84.21)
41,375
44,780
(7.60)
1,063
5,059
(78.99)
43,868
47,093
(6.85)
776.11
1,032.62
(24.84)
943.17
950.88
(0.81)
PETROLEUM TOP NAPHTHA
0
0
#DIV/0!
205,029
440,587
(53.46)
Qty. M.T.
0
0
#DIV/0!
213,500
526,512
(59.45)
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
960.32
836.80
14.76
SOLID FUELS ( COAL )
0
5
(100.00)
0
26
(100.00)
Qty. M.T.
0
40
(100.00)
0
176
(100.00)
#DIV/0!
125.00
#DIV/0!
#DIV/0!
147.73
#DIV/0!
JEWELRY
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
c)
A.U.P. per M.T.
d)
A.U.P. per M.T.
NO.
D)
COMMODITIES
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER
MANF. GROUP
VALUE IN '000' $
July-November
November
2014
2013
% Change
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
187,745
181,577
3.40
1,040,928
1,191,490
(12.64)
15,699
25,156
(37.59)
92,332
135,537
(31.88)
1,572
1,386
13.42
11,536
11,674
(1.18)
599
1,277
(53.09)
3,518
6,557
(46.35)
i)
MACHINERY & TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS
a)
ELECTRIC FANS
b)
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT/ AUTO PARTS
c)
AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES
1,385
1,605
(13.71)
7,254
8,609
(15.74)
d)
4,549
3,880
17.24
32,226
36,726
(12.25)
2,191
2,722
(19.51)
11,022
14,554
(24.27)
f)
OTHER ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
MACHINERY FOR PARTICULAR
INDUSTRIES
OTHER MACHINERY
5,403
14,286
(62.18)
26,776
57,417
(53.37)
ii)
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
27,449
27,681
(0.84)
138,249
134,657
2.67
iii)
CUTLERY
6,651
8,152
(18.41)
34,708
36,340
(4.49)
iv)
SPORTS GOODS
25,004
19,257
29.84
136,166
118,853
14.57
v)
CHEMICAL & ITS PRODUCTS
66,256
64,770
2.29
404,069
537,436
(24.82)
a)
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURED
0
0
#DIV/0!
0
0
#DIV/0!
b)
PLASTIC MATERIALS
27,361
30,219
(9.46)
110,394
142,221
(22.38)
c)
PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS
15,690
10,839
44.76
80,843
66,832
20.96
d)
OTHER CHEMICALS
23,205
23,712
(2.14)
212,832
328,383
(35.19)
vi)
HANDICRAFTS
10
0
#DIV/0!
2,430
38
6,294.74
855
779
9.76
3,125
3,072
1.73
45,821
35,782
28.06
229,849
225,557
1.90
e)
vii) FURNITURE
viii) CEMENT
VALUE IN '000' $
November
NO
.
COMMODITIES
2014
2013
211,637
213,614
40,309
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
E) OTHER SECTORS
i)
July-November
LEATHER TANNED
% Change
%
Change
2014-15
2013-14
(0.93)
1,117,954
1,147,635
(2.59)
36,159
11.48
202,195
204,708
(1.23)
1,542
1,984
(22.28)
9,215
11,124
(17.16)
26.14
18.23
43.43
21.94
18.40
19.23
ii)
LEATHER GARMENTS/ MANF
47,972
50,747
(5.47)
258,750
275,321
(6.02)
a)
LEATHER GARMENTS
31,605
32,526
(2.83)
170,160
178,225
(4.53)
b)
LEATHER GLOVES
15,090
16,765
(9.99)
82,925
90,975
(8.85)
c)
LEATHER MANF.N.S.
1,277
1,456
(12.29)
5,665
6,121
(7.45)
iii) FOOTWEAR
8,557
6,285
36.15
51,827
42,796
21.10
a)
LEATHER FOOTWEAR
7,250
5,462
32.74
45,043
35,777
25.90
b)
CANVAS FOOTWEAR
0
0
#DIV/0!
64
59
8.47
c)
OTHER FOOTWEAR
1,307
823
58.81
6,720
6,960
(3.45)
b)
CARPETS & RUGS MATS
13,607
13,601
0.04
49,485
53,385
(7.31)
c)
ALL OTHER
101,192
106,822
(5.27)
555,697
571,425
(2.75)
1,965,616
1,796,492
9.41
9,922,930
10,355,731
(4.18)
TOTAL
INCREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES
DURING JULY-NOVEMBER 2014-15
VALUE IN US$ THOUSAND
COMMODITIES
2014-15
S.NO.
A)
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
KNITWEAR ( HOSIERY )
3,771,697
8.82
916,999
11.68
BED WARE
899,731
891,815
0.89
READYMADE GARMENTS
826,836
753,441
9.74
TOWELS
313,417
297,690
5.28
MADE-UPS ( EXCL.TOWELS & BED WARE)
263,186
253,611
3.78
OTHERS TEXTILE PROD./ MATERIAL
200,236
177,377
12.89
ART SILK & SYNTH TEX.
154,927
127,781
21.24
70,252
28,767
144.21
19,006
1,036,426
18,545
942,181
RICE
738,602
681,859
8.32
FISH & FISH PREPARATIONS
148,500
147,514
0.67
SUGAR
98,617
67,628
45.82
GUAR & GUAR PRODUCTS
27,617
27,457
0.58
SPICES
23,090
17,723
30.28
YARN OTHER THAN COTTON YARN
AGRO FOOD.
C)
MINERAL & METAL.
3,521
3,295
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANF. GROUP
509,819
ONYX MANF.
D)
2.49
10.00
6.86
3,521
3,295
482,177
6.86
5.73
CEMENT
229,849
225,557
1.90
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
138,249
134,657
2.67
SPORTS GOODS
136,166
118,853
14.57
FURNITURE
3,125
3,072
1.73
HANDICRAFTS
2,430
38
6,294.74
25.90
45,043
64
35,777
59
25.90
8.47
5,366,570
4,929,515
8.87
I)
II)
% CHANGE
1,024,106
TENTS AND CANVAS
B)
2013-14
3,466,026
LEATHER SECTOR
LEATHER FOOTWEAR
CANVAS FOOTWEAR
SUB TOTAL
45,043
35,777
DECREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES
DURING JULY- NOVEMBER 2014-15
VALUE IN US4 THOUSAND
COMMODITIES
2014-15
S.NO.
A)
B)
D)
1,946,872
2,199,579
(11.49)
COTTON FABRICS
1,030,088
1,182,174
(12.86)
COTTON YARN
818,397
902,409
(9.31)
RAW COTTON
98,264
111,976
(12.25)
COTTON CARDED OR COMBED
AGRO FOOD.
123
606,216
3,020
717,411
(95.93)
(15.50)
ALL OTHER FOOD ITEMS
324,329
355,814
(8.85)
FRUITS
122,389
141,424
(13.46)
MEAT PREPARATIONS
84,446
100,739
(16.17)
VEGETABLES
42,749
63,823
(33.02)
OIL SEEDS
22,377
23,581
(5.11)
MOLASSES
3,861
15,388
(74.91)
TOBACCO
6,065
6,979
(13.10)
0
2,776
(100.00)
WHEAT
MINERAL & METAL.
0
399,316
6,887
688,114
(100.00)
(41.97)
PETROLEUM GROUP
391,633
485,393
(19.32)
GEMS & JEWELRY
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANF. GROUP
7,683
531,109
202,721
709,313
(96.21)
(25.12)
CHEMICAL & ITS PRODUCTS
404,069
537,436
(24.82)
MACHINERY & TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS
I)
92,332
135,537
(31.88)
CUTLERY
LEATHER SECTOR
34,708
460,945
36,340
480,029
(4.49)
(3.98)
LEATHER
202,195
204,708
(1.23)
LEATHER GARMENTS/ MANF
170,160
178,225
(4.53)
82,925
90,975
(8.85)
5,665
6,720
49,485
555,697
6,121
6,960
53,385
571,425
(7.45)
(3.45)
(7.31)
(2.75)
LEATHER GLOVES
III)
IV)
% CHANGE
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
LEGUMINOUS VEGETABLES
C)
2013-14
LEATHER MANF.N.S.
OTHER FOOTWEAR
CARPETS & RUGS '(WOOLLEN)
ALL OTHER
IMPORT OF SELECTED COMMODITIES IN NOVEMBER & JULY-NOVEMBER 2014 AND 2013
VALUES IN US$ thousand
November
SL.
COMMODITIES
No.
GRAND
TOTAL
2014
2013
July-November
% Change 2014-15
2013-14
%
Change
3,630
3,651
-0.58
20,373
18,110
12.50
A. FOOD GROUP
430
367
17.09
2,384
1,747
36.49
B. MACHINERY GROUP
552
474
16.31
2,945
2,369
24.33
C. TRANSPORT GROUP
192
159
20.54
1,100
969
13.50
D. PETROLEUM GROUP
970
1,303
-25.56
6,114
6,461
-5.37
E.
TEXTILE GROUP
208
199
4.31
1,049
901
16.41
F.
AGRICULTURAL AND OTHER
CHEMICALS GROUP
588
600
-1.91
3,155
2,650
19.05
283
218
29.94
1,472
1,166
26.27
80
81
-1.76
443
345
28.34
328
250
31.22
1,707
1,501
13.69
G. METAL GROUP
H. MISCELLANEOUS GROUP
ALL OTHERS ITEMS
SBP EXPORT RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY
(Thousand US Dollar)
JULY-NOVEMBER
CONTINENT / REGION
2014-15
Total
2013-14 % Change
9,990,836 10,021,529
-0.3
Asia
4,219,237
4,508,278
-6.4
Europe
3,074,026
2,712,328
13.3
Americas
1,936,664
2,017,555
-4.0
Africa
586,891
637,931
-8.0
Oceania & Others
174,019
145,436
19.7
(received through Banks)
SBP Export Receipt July-November 2014-15
Total Receipts US$ 9,991 million
Americas
$ 1,937 millioin
(19%)
Europe
$ 3,074 million
(31%)
Africa
$ 587million
(6%)
Oceania & Other,
$ 174 million
(2%)
Asia
$ 4,219 million
(42%)
SBP EXPORT RECEIPTS BY TOP 10 COUNTRIES
(Thousand US Dollar)
Countries
Rank
Total
1
U. S. A.
2
(received through Banks)
JULY-NOVEMBER
2014-15
2013-14
9,990,836 10,021,529
% Change
-0.3
1,618,951
1,687,562
-4.1
China
876,586
1,169,849
-25.1
3
U. K.
682,263
617,577
10.5
4
Afghanistan
624,298
405,633
53.9
5
U. A. E.
530,888
703,889
-24.6
6
Germany
493,484
460,343
7.2
7
Italy
320,852
260,057
23.4
8
Spain
312,187
245,825
27.0
9
Bangladesh
286,419
312,988
-8.5
10
Netherlands (Holland)
254,367
204,804
24.2
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP ASIAN COUNTRIES (Thousand $)
JULY-NOVEMBER
Asian Countries
Rank
Total
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
4,219,237
4,508,278
-6.4
1
China
876,586
1,169,849
-25.1
2
Afghanistan
624,298
405,633
53.9
3
U. A. E.
530,888
703,889
-24.6
4
Bangladesh
286,419
312,988
-8.5
5
Singapore
250,575
135,023
85.6
6
Saudi Arabia
197,010
187,453
5.1
7
Hong Kong
179,150
209,407
-14.4
8
India
167,505
157,904
6.1
9
South Korea
147,526
159,957
-7.8
10
Turkey
146,099
158,732
-8.0
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP AMERICAN COUNTRIES
(Thousand $)
Countries
Rank
JULY-NOVEMBER
2014-15
TOTAL
2013-14
1,936,664 2,017,555
% Change
-4.0
1
U. S. A.
1,618,951
1,687,562
-4.1
2
Canada
107,366
108,355
-0.9
3
Mexico
50,955
45,844
11.1
4
Chile
30,146
34,874
-13.6
5
Brazil
26,338
37,208
-29.2
6
Colombia
21,974
21,856
0.5
7
Peru
11,391
11,523
-1.1
8
Ecuador
4,769
3,676
29.7
9
Paraguay
4,586
2,155
112.8
10
Venezuela
3,720
5,290
-29.7
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
(Thousand $)
Countries
Rank
JULY-NOVEMBER
2014-15
Total
2013-14
3,074,026 2,712,328
% Change
13.3
1
U. K.
682,263
617,577
10.5
2
Germany
493,484
460,343
7.2
3
Italy
320,852
260,057
23.4
4
Spain
312,187
245,825
27.0
5
Netherlands (Holland)
254,367
204,804
24.2
6
France
230,787
215,776
7.0
7
Belgium
208,411
171,380
21.6
8
Portugal
66,649
61,085
9.1
9
Sweden
61,219
54,485
12.4
10
Russian Federation
58,727
74,360
-21.0
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP AFRICAN COUNTRIES
(thousand $)
Countries
Rank
JULY-NOVEMBER
2014-15
Total
2013-14
% Change
586,891
637,931
-8.0
1
South Africa
109,104
128,847
-15.3
2
Kenya
105,586
90,691
16.4
3
Egypt
58,973
60,064
-1.8
4
Mozambique
39,086
38,687
1.0
5
Tanzania
37,771
40,990
-7.9
6
Nigeria
23,859
19,846
20.2
7
Madagascar
21,526
35,931
-40.1
8
Uganda
16,142
12,805
26.1
9
Mauritius
15,294
15,796
-3.2
14,403
10,397
38.5
10 Angola
EXPORTS AND IMPORTS OF SERVICES
ITEM
Exports of Services
1. Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others
2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.
3 Transport
4 Travel
5 Construction
6 Insurance and pension services
7 Financial services
8 Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e.
9 Telecommunications, computer, and information services
10 Other business services
11 Personal, cultural, and recreational services
12 Government goods and services n.i.e.
Of which: Logistic Support
Imports of Services
1. Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others
2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.
3 Transport
4 Travel
5 Construction
6 Insurance and pension services
7 Financial services
8 Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e.
9 Telecommunications, computer, and information services
10 Other business services
11 Personal, cultural, and recreational services
12 Government goods and services n.i.e.
in million US$
Jul-Nov
FY15
FY14
2,376
2,003
0
4
524
110
12
25
21
3
320
314
5
1,038
735
0
1
526
115
7
29
29
3
325
290
4
674
322
12,318
12,143
3,372
3,311
0
26
1,689
494
4
118
98
50
159
538
0
47
1,554
471
9
103
94
53
152
613
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN-BY SECTOR
(Million US $)
July-November FY15(P)
Sr.
July-November FY14 (P)
SECTOR
1 Food
2 Food Packaging
3 Beverages
4 Tobacco & Cigarettes
5 Sugar
6 Textiles
7 Paper & Pulp
8 Leather & Leather Products
9 Rubber & Rubber Products
10 Chemicals
11 Petro Chemicals
12 Petroleum Refining
13 Minning & Quarrying
14 Oil & Gas Explorations
Of which Privatisation proceeds
15 Pharmaceuticals & OTC Products
16 Cosmetics
17 Fertilizers
18 Cement
19 Ceramics
20 Basic Metals
21 Metal Products
22 Machinery other than Electrical
23 Electrical Machinery
24 Electronics
I) Consumer/Household
II) Industrial
Inflow
Outflow
Net FDI
Inflow
Outflow
Net FDI
16.8
0.0
10.2
60.1
2.5
13.0
0.1
47.8
3.2
149.6
4.3
4.2
0.4
1.1
1.8
0.0
1.0
9.8
5.4
4.4
16.5
26.8
1.0
52.6
10.9
24.9
0.0
9.4
3.0
6.4
0.4
0.0
10.2
33.3
2.5
13.0
0.1
46.7
3.2
149.6
- 48.3
- 6.6
0.4
1.1
- 23.1
0.0
1.0
0.5
2.4
- 1.9
38.2
45.2
6.3
5.7
2.2
71.3
12.1
0.3
198.8
6.7
0.0
17.9
0.6
1.7
4.5
1.0
0.1
10.5
8.7
1.8
5.8
0.8
2.7
11.3
0.1
0.1
6.9
0.2
11.0
11.5
4.0
0.6
3.5
1.0
11.2
0.8
0.2
0.6
32.4
- 0.8
42.6
6.3
- 5.6
2.0
- 0.1
64.4
- 0.2
1.2
- 11.2
194.9
6.1
0.0
14.4
0.6
1.7
3.5
1.0
- 11.1
9.7
8.4
1.3
from previous lide
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN-BY SECTOR
(P)
Sr.
SECTOR
25 Transport Equipment(Automobiles)
I) Motorcycles
II) Cars
III) Buses,Trucks,Vans & Trail
26 Power
I) Thermal
Of which Privatisation proceeds
II) Hydel
III) Coal
27 Construction
28 Trade
29 Transport
30 Tourism
31 Storage Facilities
32 Communications
1) Telecommunications
Of which Privatisation proceeds
2) Information Technology
I) Software Development
II) Hardware Development
III) I.T.Service
3) Postal & Courier Services
33 Financial Business
Of which Privatisation proceeds
34 Social Services
35 Personal Services
36 Others
TOTAL
July-November FY15
Inflow
Outflow
Net FDI
19.6
19.6
2.8
2.8
12.0
12.0
4.9
4.9
46.6
19.1
27.6
34.0
19.1
14.9
12.7
0.0
12.6
12.1
1.0
11.1
22.5
0.1
22.5
0.2
0.1
0.1
1.0
1.0
0.1
- 0.1
861.1
745.8
115.3
836.9
689.6
147.4
24.1
56.0
- 31.9
1.8
0.0
1.8
0.2
0.2
22.2
56.0
- 33.8
0.2
- 0.2
58.2
32.6
25.7
0.1
0.1
15.5
2.3
13.2
8.2
5.4
2.8
1,371.2
948.4
422.8
(Million US $)
July-November FY14 (P)
Inflow
Outflow
Net FDI
28.1
0.9
27.3
8.8
8.8
13.7
0.9
12.8
5.6
5.6
102.6
84.0
18.6
89.3
76.9
12.4
13.3
7.1
6.2
14.6
3.4
11.2
10.1
11.9
- 1.8
2.1
1.0
1.1
0.8
0.8
2.0
- 2.0
94.8
261.1
- 166.3
89.0
256.6
- 167.6
5.5
4.4
1.1
1.8
0.6
1.2
0.4
0.4
3.3
3.8
- 0.5
0.3
0.3
106.7
40.4
66.3
0.8
0.8
- 0.0
46.5
1.4
45.1
18.9
15.9
3.0
849.1
494.3
354.8
COUNTRY-WISE WORKERS' REMITTANCES
Value in US$ million
(Provisional)
November
Item
2014
1.
2.
3.
USA
U.K.
Saudi Arabia
4.
UAE
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Dubai
Abu Dhabi
Sharjah
Other
Other GCC Countries
Bahrain
Kuwait
Qatar
Oman
EU Countries
Germany
France
Netherland
Spain
Italy
Greece
Sweden
Denmark
Ireland
Belgium
Norway
Switzerland
Australia
Canada
Japan
Other Countries
TOTAL
2013
FY15
July-November
Amount
FY14
% growth
178.75
156.66
429.09
174.42
155.14
334.10
1,084.22
981.26
2,150.74
1,025.19
962.83
1,793.73
5.76
1.91
19.90
271.17
236.29
121.02
111.67
3.50
0.10
1,621.65
851.95
742.52
26.70
0.48
1,297.26
656.26
617.19
23.18
0.63
25.01
29.82
20.31
15.19
-23.81
128.18
20.78
47.89
23.40
36.11
848.64
144.82
310.74
133.55
259.53
732.64
127.03
274.11
136.85
194.65
15.83
14.00
13.36
-2.41
33.33
6.09
1.84
0.21
2.90
2.06
1.22
0.82
0.61
8.26
0.28
1.96
1.85
11.71
12.58
0.47
81.58
29.84
5.99
2.45
0.34
5.51
2.06
0.98
0.87
1.80
9.61
0.23
2.07
2.11
11.64
12.20
0.36
44.06
166.08
34.45
13.04
1.46
24.43
14.58
6.95
5.57
7.04
56.49
2.07
13.51
13.19
74.10
81.42
3.23
360.40
179.19
34.39
15.65
1.84
35.06
14.56
6.46
6.62
11.28
51.91
1.42
13.57
13.44
67.74
76.21
2.00
243.69
-7.32
0.17
-16.68
-20.65
-30.32
0.14
7.59
-15.86
-37.59
8.82
45.77
-0.44
-1.86
9.39
6.84
61.50
47.89
1,320.62
1,130.41
7,398.44
6,407.49
15.47
141.57
125.08
4.46
0.06
150.51
25.71
55.56
21.99
47.25
24.29
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