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Foreign Trade Statistics for March 2006
2006-06-09 14:00:09

Nicosia, Jun 9 (CNA) - Total imports/arrivals and total exports/dispatches in January-March 2006 recorded an increase, with the trade deficit being 600.9 million pounds in January-March 2006 compared to 519.4 million pounds in January-March 2005.

According to the Statistical Service of Cyprus monthly report ''Intra-Extra EU Trade Statistics (Summarised Data)'' for March 2006, total imports/arrivals (covering total imports from third countries and arrivals from other Member States) in January-March 2006 amounted to 767.5 million pounds as compared to 666.6 million pounds in January-March 2005.

Total exports/dispatches (covering total exports to third countries and dispatches to other Member States) in January-March 2006 were 166.5 million pounds compared to 147.2 million pounds in January-March 2005.

The trade deficit was 600.9 million pounds in January-March 2006 compared to 519.4 million pounds in January-March 2005.

During March 2006, total imports/arrivals (covering total imports from third countries and arrivals from other Member States) valued at 283.1 million pounds.

Total exports/dispatches (covering total exports to third countries and dispatches to other Member States), including stores and provisions, in March 2006 amounted to 65.5 million pounds.

Exports/dispatches of domestically produced goods, including stores and provisions, were 31.2 million pounds and exports/dispatches of foreign goods, including stores and provisions, 34.3 million pounds.

On the basis of preliminary estimates for Foreign Trade in April 2006, total imports/arrivals were 251.2 million pounds, of which 164.9 million pounds were arrivals from other Member States of the EU and 86,3 million pounds imports from third countries.

Total exports/dispatches were 52.2 million pounds of which 31.1 million pounds were dispatches to other Member States of the EU and 21.1 million pounds exports to third countries.

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