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Mexico was the EU’s 11th largest partner for exports (2% of total extra-EU imports) and the 15th largest for EU imports (1% of total extra-EU exports) in 2018.
In 2018, the European Union’s (EU) Member States exported musical instruments worth over €1.9 billion (including parts and accessories of such articles). Nearly two-thirds of these (€1.2 bn) were traded within the EU.
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The first estimate for euro area (EA19) exports of goods to the rest of the world in April 2019 was €192.9 billion, an increase of 5.2% compared with April 2018 (€183.4 bn). Imports from the rest of the world stood at €177.2 bn, a rise of 6.6% compared with April 2018 (€166.3 bn).
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Japan was the European Union’s 7th largest partner for imports in 2018 (4% of total extra-EU imports) and the 6th largest partner for EU exports (3% of total extra-EU exports).
According to preliminary data for 2018, the EU’s exports of services to the rest of the world increased by 0.7% between 2017 and 2018, from €912.4 billion to €918.5 billion, while imports increased by 1.1%, from €720.7 billion to €728.4 billion.
World trade growth is likely to remain weak into the second quarter of 2019 according to the WTO’s latest World Trade Outlook Indicator (WTOI), released on 20 May. The new WTOI reading is 96.3, exactly as it was in the previous release in February this year, maintaining the weakest level since 2010.
In 2018, the United States was the largest partner for EU exports of goods (21 % of total extra-EU exports) and second largest for EU imports of goods (14 % of total extra-EU imports), after China (20 %).
The first estimate for euro area (EA19) exports of goods to the rest of the world in March 2019 was €205.6 billion, an increase of 3.1% compared with March 2018 (€199.5 bn). Imports from the rest of the world stood at €183.1 bn, a rise of 6.0% compared with March 2018 (€172.7 bn).
In 2018 the European Union (EU) exported € 4.7 billion worth of electric cars and hybrid electric cars that can be driven in combination with a petrol or diesel engine. Imports of electric and hybrid electric cars were worth € 1.6 billion, resulting in a trade surplus of € 3.0 billion.
Trade, economic and cultural relations between the European Union and Hong Kong remained strong during the period covered by this annual report.