Istat presents data on Italy’s foreign trade as well as unit value and volume indices (base year 2010=100) referring to September 2014.
- In September 2014 seasonally-adjusted data, compared to August, increased by 1.5% for outgoing flows and by 1.6% for incoming flows. The growth in exports is the synthesis of an increase for non EU countries (+4,1%) and a decrease for EU countries (-0,7%). Imports increased for EU countries (+0.4%) and for non EU countries (+3.3%). Over the last three months, seasonally-adjusted data, in comparison with the previous three months, decreased by 0.2% for both: exports and imports.
- In September 2014, compared with the same month of the previous year, trade increased by 7.4% for exports (+6.6% for EU area and +8.4% for non EU countries) and by 3.3% for imports (+6.2% for EU and -0.5% for non EU countries). The trade balance in September amounted to +2.0 billion Euro (+0.5 billion Euro for EU area and +1.5 billion Euro for non EU countries).