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Summary of Israel's Foreign Trade by Country - 2010

Summary of Israel's Foreign Trade by Country - 2010

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This is how anti-Semitism gets your knickers in a knot. It is reported that the “Felda Group is planning to sue two Opposition party papers over their front-page reports claiming that the (Malaysian) Government entity had sold palm oil to Israel.” – The Star, November 30th 2012.

According to the trade summary from Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics, 'someone' has been trading with the Jewish nation and quite substantially too.

(Table D1 - Imports and Exports - page 10)

Imports from Malaysia (into Israel) between 2007 and 2010 - USD 318 million

Exports to Malaysia (from Israel) between 2007 and 2010 - USD 1.15 billion

(Advanced appreciation is rendered for materials used without express permission of copyright owners - Tommy Peters)
This is how anti-Semitism gets your knickers in a knot. It is reported that the “Felda Group is planning to sue two Opposition party papers over their front-page reports claiming that the (Malaysian) Government entity had sold palm oil to Israel.” – The Star, November 30th 2012.

According to the trade summary from Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics, 'someone' has been trading with the Jewish nation and quite substantially too.

(Table D1 - Imports and Exports - page 10)

Imports from Malaysia (into Israel) between 2007 and 2010 - USD 318 million

Exports to Malaysia (from Israel) between 2007 and 2010 - USD 1.15 billion

(Advanced appreciation is rendered for materials used without express permission of copyright owners - Tommy Peters)

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Written by Helen Brusilovsky
Jerusalem,January 17, 2011011/2011
Previous Press Release on Foreign Trade appeared on December 19, 2010
Summary of Israel’s Foreign Trade by Country – 2010
In 2010:
 
The more significant increase in imports (excluding diamonds) by country wererecorded in imports from China, USA, Turkey, Germany and Italy
 
The more significant increase in exports (excluding diamonds) by country wererecorded in exports to China, UK, Malaysia, India, Netherlands, Germany and CostaRica
 
Surplus in trade (excluding diamonds) was recorded with USA, India, Cyprus, Brazil,Costa Rica and Russia
 
The biggest deficit in trade (excluding diamonds) was recorded with China,Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Japan
 
The trade deficit with OECD countries rose by 36% compared to 2009
Presentation 
In 2010,
import of goods
(excluding diamonds) totaled $50.7 billion,
export of goods
(excludingdiamonds) totaled $42.0 billion and the
trade deficit
(excluding diamonds) totaled $8.7 billion.
Import of goods
in 2010 point to a rise of 24.8%, compared with 2009.
Import of goods
 (excluding diamonds), increased in 2010 by 20.6%, compared with the previous year.
Export of goods
in 2010 point to a rise of 21.9%, compared with 2009.
Export of goods
 (excluding diamonds), increased in 2010 by 15.7% ($5.7 B) compared with 2009.
 
Imports of Commodities
(excl. diamonds)
Other31%E.U35%U.S.A12%Asia22%
Exports of Commodities
(excl. diamonds)
U.S.A28%Asia20%Other22%E.U30%
 
For explanations and clarifications regarding the contents of this Press Release,Please contact the Press Relations Unit, at 02-652 7845, 050-623 5124
 
This information was provided by the Central Bureau of Statistics, based on preliminary dataregarding goods that passed through Customs. Final data for 2010 will be published on April 2011.Data do not include trade between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. In addition, the data do notinclude trade of services that include, among others, export of software. Data on all exports andimports of goods and services are published as part of the Balance of Payments, every quarter.Imports are valued c.i.f., and exports are valued f.o.b.Development of trade in goods in 2010, compared with 2009, was influenced mainly by the changein quantities and prices throughout 2010, as well as by changes in the value of the dollar againstother currencies in which
import and export
transactions are conducted. In 2010 the
AmericanDollar 
rose in comparison to the
Euro
by 4.8%, compared to the
Pound Sterling
, by 1.0%.Compared to the
Swiss Franc
, the American Dollar dropped by 4.1% and compared to the
Japanese Yen
, the dollar dropped by 6.3%.
Imports Exports Trade BalanceMain Trading
Country Groups
 
(in US milliondollars)
2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009Total
59,122.4 47,368.258,430.647,935.5-691.8 567.3
European Union
20,401.8 17,491.715,390.512,389.8-5,011.3 -5,101.9
U.S.A.
6,698.2 5,849.118,530.716,774.111,832.5 10,925.0
 Asia
13,316.5 10,082.113,822.09,520.5505.5 -561.6
Other Countries
18,705.9 13,965.310,687.49,251.1-8,018.5 -4,694.2
 
In December 2010,
import of goods
(excluding diamonds) totaled $4.8 billion,
export of goods
 (excluding diamonds) totaled $4.0 billion and the
trade deficit
(excluding diamonds) totaled $0.8billion.
The trend data
calculated by the Central Bureau of Statistics, seasonally adjusted and adjustedfor irregular elements,
 
point to a rise of 
 
6.6%
 
of 
export of goods
in the last three months of 2010,after a drop of 7.8% in July-September 2010.
European Union
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U.S.A.
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Other Countries
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Asia
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Israel’s Foreign Trade by Country –2010
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Exports to
European Union
countries point to a drop of 9.6%, at annual rate in the last threemonths of 2010. Exports to the
U.S.A
. point to a drop of 11.4% during the same period. Exports tothe
Asian
countries point to a rise of 0.9% during the same period.In the last three months of 2010,
import of goods
point to a rise of 20.2%, at annual rate. Importsfrom
European Union
countries point to a rise of 6.9% during October-December 2010, at anannual rate. Imports from U.S.A. point to a rise of 10.0% during the same months. Imports from
Asian
countries point to a rise of 23.2% during the same period.
Next Press Release on “Israel’s Foreign Trade by Country” will appear on February 17, 2011
.Related links and publicationsDefinitions and explanations“Foreign Trade Statistics Monthly”“Israel’s Foreign Trade” – Press Release“Foreign Trade Price Indices” – Press Release“Imports by Country of Origin” – Press Release“Foreign Exchange Rates” – Press Release (Hebrew only)“Trade Balance by Technological Intensity” – Press Release“Exports by Country and Industry” – Press Release“Foreign Trade of Israel” – Statistilite Series No 41“Foreign Trade of Israel-2005 Selected Countries” – Statistilite Series No 66Exports, by Commodities and Countries, 2008-2009 (Internet only)Exports, by Commodities and Countries, 1996-2007 (CD only)Imports, by Commodities and Countries, 2007-2009 (Internet only)Imports, by Commodities and Countries, 2007 (CD only)Imports, by Commodities and Countries, 2002-2006 (CD only)Imports, by Commodities and Countries, 1996-2001 (CD only)
European Union
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U.S.A.
300400500600700800I VI XIII VI XIII VI XIII VI XIII VI XII2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
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Asia
5006508009501100I VI XIII VI XIII VI XIII VI XIII VI XII 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
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Other Countries
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Israel’s Foreign Trade by Country –2010
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