International Trade Statistics Yearbook 2014, Volume I
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International Trade Statistics Yearbook 2014, Volume I

Trade by Country

The 2014 International Trade Statistics Yearbook (2014 ITSY) is the sixty-third edition of this yearbook. Its objective is to inform about the detailed merchandise and services imports and exports of individual countries (areas) by commodity and service category and by partner country (volume I), the world trade in individual commodities (3-digit SITC groups) (volume II) and total world merchandise trade - up to the year 2014.

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In 2014, the value of merchandise exports of Sweden decreased slightly by 1.8 percent to reach 164.5 bln US$, while its merchandise imports increased slightly by 1.2 percent to reach 162.6 bln US$ (see graph 1, table 2 and table 3). The merchandise trade balance recorded a relatively small surplus of 1.9 bln US$ (see graph 1). The largest merchandise trade balance was with MDG Developed Europe at -13.8 bln US$ (see graph 4). Merchandise exports in Sweden were diversified amongst partners; imports were also diversified. The top 20 partners accounted for 80 percent or more of exports and 14 partners accounted for 80 percent or more of imports (see graph 5). In 2012, the value of exports of services of Sweden increased slightly by 0.1 percent, reaching 71.0 bln US$, while its imports of services increased slightly by 0.2 percent and reached 54.4 bln US$ (see graph 2). There was a moderate trade in services surplus of 16.6 bln US$.