July-September 2014-15

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Pakistan’s Trade Statistics
Monthly Review
(July-September 2014-15)
By
RESEARCH & ANALYSIS
DIRECTORATE
22-10-2014
Pakistan’s Trade Performance [Million USD]
JULY - SEPTEMBER 2014-15
Year (2014-15)
Exports
Imports
Year (2013-14) values only
Balance
Exports
Imports
Balance
Value
%age
Growt
h
Value
%age
Growth
Exports
Imports
Balance
-8.18
3,364
-11.80
-1,434
-16.58
2,095
3,814
-1,719
1,911
-3.64
4,718
32.08
-2,807
76.65
1,983
3,572
-1,589
September
2,181
-16.67
4561
20.31
-2380
102.73
2,617
3,791
-1,174
Jul-Aug
6,051
-10.16
12,519
12.02
-6,504
45.11
6,695
11,177
-4,482
Value
%age
Growth
July
1,923
August
Values in US$ Million
Source: Pakistan Bureau of Statistics
Pakistan Merchandise Trade
July-September period
EXPORTS
14,000
IMPORTS
12,519
11,177
US$ million
12,000
10,000
8,000
6,015
6,695
6,000
4,000
2,000
0
2014-15
2013-14
Division-wise Export Analysis (JULY-AUGUST 2014-15 and 2013-14: Value in US $ million)
SEPTEMBER
COMMODITY SECTORS
2014
GRAND TOTAL
2013
JULY-SEPTEMBER
%
Change
2014-15
2013-14
%
Change
2,181
2,617
-16.67
6,015
6,695
-10.15
1,255
1270
-1.16
3,417
3,559
-3.99
A
TEXTILE & GARMENTS CATEGORY
B
AGRO & FOOD
335
340
-1.23
904
1,017
-11.16
C
MINERAL & METAL
130
407
-67.95
330
591
-44.18
D
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER
MANFURES
211
347
-39.21
650
822
-20.84
E
OTHER SECTORS
249
254
-2.12
714
706
1.06
Export Composition Jul-Sep 2014-15
OTHER SECTORS
12%
Manufacturing
11%
Total Export
MINERAL &
METAL
5%
AGRO FOOD.
15%
USD 6,015
million
TEXTILE &
CLOTHING
57%
EXPORT FROM PAKISTAN WITH AVERAGE UNIT PRICE
VALUE IN '000' $
July-September
September
NO.
A)
COMMODITIES
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
2014
2013
% Change
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
1,254,972
1,269,750
(1.16)
3,417,330
3,559,342
(3.99)
30,466
19,070
1,597.59
32,274
17,638
1,829.80
(5.60)
8.12
(12.69)
49,943
30,382
1,643.84
65,631
36,915
1,777.90
(23.90)
(17.70)
(7.54)
20
14
1.43
56
44
1.27
(64.29)
(68.18)
12.24
70
50
1.40
190
303
0.63
(63.16)
(83.50)
123.26
171,288
62,319
2.75
196,548
64,724
3.04
(12.85)
(3.72)
(9.49)
463,216
162,800
2.85
592,185
194,925
3.04
(21.78)
(16.48)
(6.34)
4,524
5,243
(13.71)
12,200
12,418
(1.76)
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.
227,169
134,387
1.69
262,034
229,085
1.14
(13.31)
(41.34)
47.79
629,404
416,733
1.51
727,786
677,407
1.07
(13.52)
(38.48)
40.58
vi)
READYMADE GARMENTS
Qty. 000 DOZ
A.U.P. PER. DOZ
162,943
2,452
66.45
151,952
2,039
74.52
7.23
20.26
(10.83)
484,374
7,612
63.63
471,282
7,074
66.62
2.78
7.61
(4.49)
vii)
KNITWEAR ( HOSIERY )
Qty. 000 DOZ
A.U.P. PER. DOZ
222,351
14,201
15.66
189,735
9,952
19.07
17.19
42.69
(17.87)
632,233
34,187
18.49
568,747
27,143
20.95
11.16
25.95
(11.74)
continuue
VALUE IN '000' $
September
NO.
A)
COMMODITIES
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
2013-14
% Change
3,417,330
3,559,342
(3.99)
57,337
52,546
9.12
155,736
160,023
(2.68)
202,448
253,087
(20.01)
552,943
571,651
(3.27)
29,079
39,414
(26.22)
84,189
87,003
(3.23)
6.96
6.42
8.42
6.57
6.57
(0.04)
TOWELS
69,844
66,240
5.44
183,486
177,024
3.65
Qty. 000 K.G.
19,855
14,724
34.85
47,928
38,930
23.11
3.52
4.50
(21.81)
3.83
4.55
(15.81)
24,398
5,800
320.66
43,062
16,693
157.96
6,641
2,377
179.39
12,634
6,573
92.21
3.67
2.44
50.56
3.41
2.54
34.21
ART SILK & SYNTH TEX.
35,029
17,769
97.14
96,042
87,952
9.20
Qty. 000 Sq.M
14,520
15,282
(4.99)
52,087
97,963
(46.83)
2.41
1.16
107.48
1.84
0.90
105.38
47,155
36,466
29.31
114,621
107,760
6.37
BED WARE
A.U.P. per K.G.
TENTS AND CANVAS
Qty.000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
xii)
2014-15
(1.16)
A.U.P. per K.G.
xi)
% Change
1,269,750
Qty. 000 K.G.
x)
2013
1,254,972
viii) MADE-UPS ( EXCL. TOWELS AND BEDWEAR
ix)
2014
July-September
A.U.P. per Sq.M.
xiii) OTHERS TEXTILE PROD./ MATERIAL
NO.
B)
COMMODITIES
2014
September
2013
% Change
VALUE IN '000' $
July-September
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
AGRO FOOD.
335,481
339,658
(1.23)
903,791
1,017,281
(11.16)
1
RICE
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
132,878
221,715
599.32
140,726
228,802
615.06
(5.58)
(3.10)
(2.56)
362,784
587,424
617.58
404,635
635,637
636.58
(10.34)
(7.58)
(2.98)
a)
RICE (Basmati)
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
52,950
54,663
968.66
51,216
49,674
1,031.04
3.39
10.04
(6.05)
138,231
133,626
1,034.46
154,736
144,666
1,069.61
(10.67)
(7.63)
(3.29)
b)
RICE (Others)
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
79,928
167,052
478.46
89,510
179,128
499.70
(10.70)
(6.74)
(4.25)
224,553
453,798
494.83
249,899
490,971
508.99
(10.14)
(7.57)
(2.78)
ii)
FISH & FISH PREPARATIONS
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
37,609
15,253
2.47
41,893
16,552
2.53
(10.23)
(7.85)
(2.58)
78,293
31,378
2.50
85,258
33,697
2.53
(8.17)
(6.88)
(1.38)
iii)
FRUITS
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
26,294
40,023
0.66
31,323
53,880
0.58
(16.06)
(25.72)
13.01
73,480
118,593
0.62
87,877
142,016
0.62
(16.38)
(16.49)
0.13
iv)
VEGETABLES
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
6,156
14,207
0.43
10,553
27,260
0.39
(41.67)
(47.88)
11.93
22,968
68,390
0.34
42,113
130,465
0.32
(45.46)
(47.58)
4.04
v)
LEGUMINOUS VEGETABLES
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
0
#DIV/0!
956
986
0.97
(100.00)
(100.00)
#DIV/0!
0
0
#DIV/0!
2,776
3,186
0.87
(100.00)
(100.00)
#DIV/0!
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NO.
COMMODITIES
B)
AGRO FOOD.
vi)
MEAT PREPARATIONS
vii)
WHEAT
viii)
2014
September
2013
% Change
VALUE IN '000' $
July-September
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
335,481
339,658
(1.23)
903,791
1,017,281
(11.16)
15,262
16,461
(7.28)
50,109
64,002
(21.71)
10
2,211
(99.55)
10
3,993
(99.75)
SUGAR
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
27,603
55,831
0.49
3,890
8,225
0.47
609.59
578.80
4.54
69,793
145,409
0.48
29,183
61,045
0.48
139.16
138.20
0.40
ix)
OIL SEEDS
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
4,250
2,663
1.60
3,942
3,044
1.30
7.81
(12.52)
23.24
6,235
3,848
1.62
10,572
13,415
0.79
(41.02)
(71.32)
105.61
x)
TOBACCO
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
1,593
589
2.70
1,203
453
2.66
32.42
30.02
1.84
3,902
1,265
3.08
5,125
1,715
3
(23.86)
(26.24)
3.22
xi)
SPICES
Qty. 000 K.G.
A.U.P. per K.G.
4,456
1,358
3.28
4,611
1,546
2.98
(3.36)
(12.16)
10.02
11,422
3,280
3.48
11,608
3,844
3.02
(1.60)
(14.67)
15.32
xii)
GUAR & GUAR PRODUCTS
5,784
4,429
30.59
17,348
20,389
(14.91)
xiii)
MOLASSES
Qty. M.T.
A.U.P. per M.T.
10
71
140.85
10,573
89,050
118.73
(99.91)
(99.92)
18.63
3,602
27,671
130.17
15,381
125,524
123
(76.58)
(77.96)
6.23
xiv)
ALL OTHER FOOD ITEMS
73,576
66,887
10.00
203,845
234,369
(13.02)
VALUE IN '000' $
July-September
September
NO.
C)
COMMODITIES
2013
130,279
406,513
(67.95)
329,869
590,904
(44.18)
860
419
105.25
2,759
2,181
26.50
1,720
58,568
(97.06)
4,424
114,196
(96.13)
GEMS
811
812
(0.12)
1,974
1,759
12.22
JEWELRY
909
57,756
(98.43)
2,450
112,437
(97.82)
MINERAL & METAL.
% Change
2014-15
%
Change
2014
2013-14
i)
ONYX MANF.
ii)
a)
b)
GEMS & JEWELRY
iii)
PETROLEUM GROUP
127,699
347,526
(63.25)
322,686
474,527
(32.00)
a)
PETROLEUM CRUDE
37,218
-
#DIV/0!
90,942
-
#DIV/0!
b)
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ( EXCL.TOP
NAPHTHA )
11,315
28,538
(60.35)
26,715
33,924
(21.25)
Qty. M.T.
11,917
31,010
(61.57)
29,236
36,586
(20.09)
A.U.P. per M.T.
949.48
920.28
3.17
913.77
927.24
(1.45)
PETROLEUM TOP NAPHTHA
79,166
318,980
(75.18)
205,029
440,587
(53.46)
Qty. M.T.
86,000
386,812
(77.77)
213,500
526,512
(59.45)
A.U.P. per M.T.
920.53
824.64
11.63
960.32
836.80
14.76
SOLID FUELS ( COAL )
0
8
(100.00)
0
16
(100.00)
Qty. M.T.
0
50
(100.00)
0
95
(100.00)
A.U.P. per M.T.
0
0.16
(100.00)
0
0.17
(100.00)
c)
d)
NO.
COMMODITIES
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER
D ) MANF. GROUP
VALUE IN '000' $
July-September
September
2014
2013
% Change
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
211,233
347,460
(39.21)
650,413
821,694
(20.84)
16,611
28,884
(42.49)
61,571
88,890
(30.73)
2,111
1,873
12.71
8,630
8,372
3.08
918
1,039
(11.65)
2,364
4,241
(44.26)
i)
MACHINERY & TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS
a)
ELECTRIC FANS
b)
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT/ AUTO PARTS
c)
AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES
1,681
1,973
(14.80)
4,032
5,245
(23.13)
d)
OTHER ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
MACHINERY FOR PARTICULAR
INDUSTRIES
5,960
6,569
(9.27)
25,169
27,863
(9.67)
0
2,825
(100.00)
4,160
9,889
(57.93)
f)
OTHER MACHINERY
5,941
14,605
(59.32)
17,216
33,280
(48.27)
ii)
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
30,750
25,415
20.99
78,827
81,181
(2.90)
iii)
CUTLERY
7,612
7,096
7.27
21,308
21,832
(2.40)
iv)
SPORTS GOODS
25,083
30,731
(18.38)
82,015
81,527
0.60
v)
CHEMICAL & ITS PRODUCTS
77,964
203,580
(61.70)
260,958
399,391
(34.66)
a)
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURED
0
0
!
0
0
#DIV/0!
b)
PLASTIC MATERIALS
23,421
26,411
(11.32)
61,471
83,868
(26.71)
c)
PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS
18,419
15,743
17.00
47,197
42,148
11.98
d)
OTHER CHEMICALS
36,124
161,426
(77.62)
152,290
273,375
(44.29)
vi)
HANDICRAFTS
0
13
(100.00)
1,238
38
3,157.89
684
423
61.70
1,718
1,308
31.35
142,778
147,527
e)
vii) FURNITURE
viii) CEMENT
52,529
51,318
2.36
(3.22)
VALUE IN '000' $
September
NO
.
COMMODITIES
E) OTHER SECTORS
i)
2014
2013
July-September
% Change
2014-15
2013-14
%
Change
248,674
254,064
(2.12)
713,610
706,119
1.06
46,227
43,899
5.30
122,702
128,914
(4.82)
Qty. 000 K.G.
1,785
2,527
(29.36)
5,011
7,341
(31.74)
A.U.P. per K.G.
25.90
17.37
49.08
24.49
17.56
39.44
LEATHER TANNED
ii)
LEATHER GARMENTS/ MANF
54,855
52,392
4.70
158,904
165,411
(3.93)
a)
LEATHER GARMENTS
35,303
37,538
(5.95)
105,022
110,812
(5.23)
b)
LEATHER GLOVES
18,526
13,768
34.56
50,382
51,036
(1.28)
c)
LEATHER MANF.N.S.
1,026
1,086
(5.52)
3,500
3,563
(1.77)
10,152
9,393
8.08
35,952
30,545
17.70
8,628
7,261
18.83
32,227
25,575
26.01
0
10
(100.00)
20
50
(60.00)
iii) FOOTWEAR
a)
LEATHER FOOTWEAR
b)
CANVAS FOOTWEAR
c)
OTHER FOOTWEAR
1,524
2,122
(28.18)
3,705
4,920
(24.70)
b)
CARPETS & RUGS MATS
8,794
10,115
(13.06)
26,030
28,755
(9.48)
c)
ALL OTHER
128,646
138,265
(6.96)
370,022
352,494
4.97
2,180,639 2,617,445
(16.69)
6,015,013 6,695,340
(10.16)
TOTAL
INCREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES
DURING JULY-SEPTEMBER 2014-15
VALUE IN US$ THOUSAND
JULY-SEPTEMBER
COMMODITIES
2014-15
2013-14
% CHANGE
S.NO.
A)
1
2
3
4
5
6
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
KNITWEAR ( HOSIERY )
READYMADE GARMENTS
TOWELS
OTHERS TEXTILE PROD./ MATERIAL
ART SILK & SYNTH TEX.
TENTS AND CANVAS
B)
1
AGRO FOOD.
SUGAR
C)
1
MINERAL & METAL.
ONYX MANF.
D)
1
2
3
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANF. GROUP
SPORTS GOODS
FURNITURE
HANDICRAFTS
E)
1
OTHER SECTORS
LEATHER FOOTWEAR
ALL OTHERS
SUB TOTAL
1,553,818
632,233
484,374
183,486
114,621
96,042
43,062
1,429,458
568,747
471,282
177,024
107,760
87,952
16,693
8.70
11.16
2.78
3.65
6.37
9.20
157.96
69,793
69,793
29,183
29,183
139.16
139.16
2,759
2,759
2,181
2,181
26.50
26.50
84,971
82,015
1,718
1,238
82,873
81,527
1,308
38
2.53
0.60
31.35
3,157.89
402,249
32,227
370,022
378,069
25,575
352,494
6.40
26.01
4.97
2,113,590
1,921,764
9.99
From previous slide
DECREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES
DURING JULY- SEPTEMBER 2014-15
VALUE IN US4 THOUSAND
S.NO.
D)
E)
COMMODITIES
JULY-SEPTEMBER
2014-15
2013-14
%
ENGINEERING GOODS & OTHER MANF. GROUP
565,442
738,821
(23.47)
CHEMICAL & ITS PRODUCTS
260,958
399,391
(34.66)
CEMENT
142,778
147,527
(3.22)
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
78,827
81,181
(2.90)
MACHINERY & TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS
61,571
88,890
(30.73)
CUTLERY
21,308
21,832
(2.40)
OTHER SECTORS
311,361
328,050
(5.09)
LEATHER
122,702
128,914
(4.82)
LEATHER GARMENTS/ MANF
105,022
110,812
(5.23)
50,382
51,036
(1.28)
3,500
3,563
(1.77)
20
50
(60.00)
3,705
4,920
(24.70)
26,030
28,755
(9.48)
3,901,423
4,773,576
(18.27)
LEATHER GLOVES
LEATHER MANF.N.S.
II)
CANVAS FOOTWEAR
III)
OTHER FOOTWEAR
IV)
CARPETS & RUGS '(WOOLLEN)
SUB TOTAL
STATEMENT SHOWING DECREASING TREND OF SELECTED COMMODITIES
DURING JULY- SEPTEMBER 2014-15
VALUE IN US4 THOUSAND
JULY-SEPTEMBER
COMMODITIES
2014-15
2013-14
TEXTILE & CLOTHING ETC.
1,863,512
2,129,884
COTTON FABRICS
629,404
727,786
BED WARE
552,943
571,651
COTTON YARN
463,216
592,185
MADE-UPS ( EXCL.TOWELS & BED WARE)
155,736
160,023
RAW COTTON
49,943
65,631
YARN OTHER THAN COTTON YARN
12,200
12,418
COTTON CARDED OR COMBED
70
190
%
(12.51)
(13.52)
(3.27)
(21.78)
(2.68)
(23.90)
(1.76)
(63.16)
B)
AGRO FOOD.
RICE
FISH & FISH PREPARATIONS
FRUITS
MEAT PREPARATIONS
VEGETABLES
GUAR & GUAR PRODUCTS
SPICES
OIL SEEDS
TOBACCO
MOLASSES
WHEAT
LEGUMINOUS VEGETABLES
ALL OTHER FOOD ITEMS
833,998
362,784
78,293
73,480
50,109
22,968
17,348
11,422
6,235
3,902
3,602
10
0
203,845
988,098
404,635
85,258
87,877
64,002
42,113
20,389
11,608
10,572
5,125
15,381
3,993
2,776
234,369
(15.60)
(10.34)
(8.17)
(16.38)
(21.71)
(45.46)
(14.91)
(1.60)
(41.02)
(23.86)
(76.58)
(99.75)
(100.00)
(13.02)
C)
MINERAL & METAL.
PETROLEUM GROUP
GEMS & JEWELRY
327,110
322,686
4,424
588,723
474,527
114,196
(44.44)
(32.00)
(96.13)
Continue……
S.NO.
A)
IMPORT OF SELECTED COMMODITIES IN AUGUST & JULY-SEPTEMBER 2014 AND 2013
VALUES IN US$ thousand
September
SL.
COMMODITIES
No.
GRAND
TOTAL
2014
2013
July-September
% Change 2014-15
2013-14
%
Change
4,561
3,791
20.31
12,519
11,177
12.01
A. FOOD GROUP
596
389
53.19
1,430
1,042
37.27
B. MACHINERY GROUP
613
493
24.30
1,782
1,435
24.25
C. TRANSPORT GROUP
239
287
-16.80
624
625
-0.14
D. PETROLEUM GROUP
1,333
1,352
-1.40
3,757
3,985
-5.71
E.
TEXTILE GROUP
210
175
20.35
635
524
21.23
F.
AGRICULTURAL AND OTHER
CHEMICALS GROUP
630
537
17.27
1,861
1,557
19.52
350
216
61.74
900
742
21.29
95
67
42.08
274
204
34.49
495
275
79.90
1,255
1,064
17.91
G. METAL GROUP
H. MISCELLANEOUS GROUP
ALL OTHERS ITEMS
SBP EXPORT RECEIPTS BY COUNTRY
(Thousand US Dollar)
JULY-SEPTEMBER
CONTINENT / REGION
2014-15
Total
2013-14 % Change
6,177,675 6,113,757
1.0
Asia
2,588,204 2,767,147
-6.5
Europe
1,940,951 1,651,113
17.6
Americas
1,204,699 1,230,729
-2.1
(received through Banks)
Africa
341,772
372,608
-8.3
Oceania & Others
102,049
92,160
10.7
SBP Export Receipt July-September 2014-15
Total Receipts US$ 6,178 million
Americas
$ 802 millioin
(20%)
Europe
$ 1,294 million
(31%)
Africa
$ 218 million
(6%)
Oceania & Other,
$ 49 million
(1%)
Asia
$ 1,649 million
(42%)
SBP EXPORT RECEIPTS BY TOP 10 COUNTRIES
(Thousand US Dollar)
Countries
Rank
Total
(received through Banks)
JULY-SEPTEMBER
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
6,177,675
6,113,757
1.0
1,005,208
1,025,393
-2.0
1
U. S. A.
2
China
543,596
701,434
-22.5
3
U. K.
418,003
373,331
12.0
4
Afghanistan
397,345
249,605
59.2
5
U. A. E
338,526
416,628
-18.7
6
Germany
302,690
281,898
7.4
7
Italy
218,870
159,444
37.3
8
Spain
203,402
151,336
34.4
9
Bangladesh
175,731
185,991
-5.5
10
Netherlands (Holland)
166,632
127,206
31.0
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP ASIAN COUNTRIES (Thousand $)
JULY-SEPTEMBER
Asian Countries
Rank
2014-15
2013-14
% Change
Total
2,588,204
2,767,147
-6.5
1
China
543,596
701,434
-22.5
2
Afghanistan
397,345
249,605
59.2
3
U. A. E
338,526
416,628
-18.7
4
Bangladesh
175,731
185,991
-5.5
5
Singapore
152,046
89,300
70.3
6
Saudi Arabia
115,589
117,109
-1.3
7
Hong Kong
113,764
126,478
-10.1
8
South Korea
104,434
112,103
-6.8
9
India
100,887
89,068
13.3
10
Turkey
87,720
99,153
-11.5
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP AMERICAN COUNTRIES
(Thousand $)
Countries
Rank
JULY-SEPTEMBER
2014-15
Total
2013-14
% Change
1,204,699
1,230,729
-2.1
1
U. S. A.
1,005,208
1,025,393
-2.0
2
Canada
63,841
65,168
-2.0
3
Mexico
33,583
28,994
15.8
4
Chile
18,530
22,186
-16.5
5
Brazil
16,561
23,242
-28.7
6
Argentina
14,419
14,058
2.6
7
Colombia
14,027
15,068
-6.9
8
Peru
7,197
7,688
-6.4
9
Romania
6,979
5,820
19.9
10
Ecuador
2,948
1,966
50.0
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
(Thousand $)
JULY-AUGUST
Countries
Rank
2014-15
Total
2013-14
% Change
1,940,951
1,651,113
17.6
1
U. K.
418,003
373,331
12.0
2
Germany
302,690
281,898
7.4
3
Italy
218,870
159,444
37.3
4
Spain
203,402
151,336
34.4
5
Netherlands (Holland)
166,632
127,206
31.0
6
France
146,825
128,118
14.6
7
Belgium
125,322
104,957
19.4
8
Portugal
44,508
38,638
15.2
9
Sweden
38,873
35,020
11.0
10
Poland
37,421
23,307
60.6
SBP EXPORTS RECEIPTS BY TOP AFRICAN COUNTRIES
(thousand $)
Countries
Rank
JULY-SEPTEMBER
2014-15
Total
2013-14
% Change
341,772
372,608
-8.3
1
South Africa
63,129
78,787
-19.9
2
Kenya
61,571
44,413
38.6
3
Egypt
35,355
37,725
-6.3
4
Tanzania
20,449
19,819
3.2
5
Mozambique
16,979
27,321
-37.9
6
Madagascar
13,720
16,834
-18.5
7
Mauritius
9,533
9,941
-4.1
8
Angola
8,983
6,165
45.7
9
Uganda
8,641
5,680
52.1
10 Algeria
7,234
7,469
-3.1
EXPORTS AND IMPORTS OF SERVICES
ITEM
Exports of Services
1. Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others
2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.
3 Transport
4 Travel
5 Construction
6 Insurance and pension services
7 Financial services
8 Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e.
9 Telecommunications, computer, and information services
10 Other business services
11 Personal, cultural, and recreational services
12 Government goods and services n.i.e.
Of which: Logistic Support
Imports of Services
1. Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others
2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.
3 Transport
4 Travel
5 Construction
6 Insurance and pension services
7 Financial services
8 Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e.
9 Telecommunications, computer, and information services
10 Other business services
11 Personal, cultural, and recreational services
12 Government goods and services n.i.e.
in million US$
Jul-Sep
FY15
FY14
1,712
992
0
3
331
67
8
13
14
2
193
200
3
878
735
0
1
306
67
5
18
20
1
178
184
3
209
0
2,159
1,886
0
6
1,109
311
2
67
80
33
100
308
2
141
0
22
950
290
0
64
30
34
83
310
2
101
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN PAKISTAN-BY SECTOR
(Million US $)
July-September FY15(P)
Sr.
July-September 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
7.4
0.2
0.0
0.0
1.7
1.6
2.3
1.8
0.2
0.0
0.7
0.1
0.7
0.6
0.1
- 2.9
- 0.2
10.0
0.8
- 0.0
- 0.0
3.2
0.1
- 1.4
0.2
43.6
0.8
0.0
1.6
0.0
0.0
0.9
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.3
0.1
21.7
30.1
2.2
7.8
28.1
0.3
0.5
7.4
91.6
5.4
0.1
6.9
0.1
0.0
4.7
0.0
0.2
7.4
7.0
0.4
8.4
0.5
0.1
0.1
5.1
4.7
6.9
5.4
53.1
1.0
12.9
0.3
5.1
4.7
0.3
13.4
- 0.5
30.1
2.2
7.8
- 0.1
- 0.1
23.0
0.3
- 4.2
0.5
86.2
- 47.7
- 0.9
- 6.0
0.1
0.0
4.5
0.0
0.2
2.3
2.2
0.1
26.2
45.2
3.5
5.1
51.4
0.3
0.5
7.4
109.3
2.7
0.1
6.8
0.4
0.9
2.9
0.0
6.3
5.7
0.6
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-September FY15
Inflow
Outflow
Net FDI
2.0
0.1
2.0
2.0
2.0
0.1
- 0.1
24.3
10.6
13.7
16.6
10.6
6.0
7.7
0.0
7.7
4.4
0.6
3.7
2.4
2.2
0.2
0.3
1.0
- 0.7
0.2
0.2
10.4
19.2
- 8.7
8.0
19.0
- 11.0
2.4
0.2
2.2
1.5
0.1
1.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.9
0.0
0.9
19.7
6.6
13.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
3.1
1.1
1.9
2.6
2.7
- 0.1
143.2
60.8
82.4
(Million US $)
July-September FY14 (P)
Inflow
Outflow
Net FDI
10.2
0.2
10.0
2.8
2.8
7.0
7.0
0.4
0.2
0.2
55.6
36.9
18.7
46.5
36.8
9.7
9.1
0.1
9.0
8.2
1.9
6.3
17.1
6.5
10.5
1.1
3.0
- 1.9
0.5
0.5
31.2
64.0
- 32.8
24.8
57.5
- 32.7
6.4
6.5
- 0.1
4.3
0.4
3.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.1
6.1
- 4.1
56.6
19.8
36.8
0.4
0.2
0.3
14.8
2.7
12.1
6.7
8.7
- 2.0
417.1
247.6
169.5
COUNTRY-WISE WORKERS' REMITTANCES
Value in US$ million
(Provisional)
September
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-September
Amount
FY14
% growth
235.99
218.38
495.63
173.87
190.09
373.58
692.08
639.05
1,347.00
624.80
610.55
1,106.17
10.77
4.67
21.77
394.10
276.03
210.42
175.10
8.47
0.11
149.25
121.65
5.03
0.10
1,031.89
535.98
479.02
16.56
0.33
784.45
391.87
377.85
14.44
0.29
31.54
36.77
26.78
14.68
13.79
213.11
151.24
34.87
76.88
37.08
64.28
25.43
56.76
29.75
39.30
545.04
90.50
200.60
88.33
165.61
447.14
80.07
168.23
85.52
113.32
21.89
13.03
19.24
3.29
46.14
34.05
33.85
7.53
2.71
0.31
3.90
3.02
1.51
1.20
1.65
11.83
0.39
3.18
2.63
15.86
24.38
0.83
78.45
6.03
2.90
0.29
6.83
1.65
1.29
1.22
2.26
11.11
0.27
2.98
2.83
14.09
14.37
0.40
50.08
111.51
21.66
8.34
0.98
18.30
10.01
4.48
3.65
5.59
37.20
1.30
9.06
7.23
48.07
53.90
2.13
207.73
109.19
20.69
9.61
1.10
22.04
9.25
3.92
4.15
7.24
30.38
0.81
8.48
8.65
38.88
47.80
1.20
140.63
2.12
4.69
-13.22
-10.91
-16.97
8.22
14.29
-12.05
-22.79
22.45
60.49
6.84
-16.42
23.64
12.76
77.50
47.71
1,716.59
1,283.41
4,694.69
3,927.94
19.52
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