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Ministry of Finance
Trade Statistics
Percent Change
(Uni t: mi l l i ons of YEN, )
Total(ExportsImportsBalance
(Notes)
 
seasonally,notadjustedCensus
)
Release
Contact:Trade Statistics SectionPost Clearance Audit,Investigation and IntelligenceDivisionCustoms and Tariff BureauMinistry of FinancePhone+81-3-3581-4111 Ex 2518 , 2515 , 2514( Sorry, we don' t provide statistical data over the telephoneto avoid miscommunication. )
October 24. 2011
 Value of Exports and Imports September 2011 (Provisional)September 2011 September 2010
5, 980, 681 5, 839, 635 2. 45, 680, 257 5, 065, 321 12. 1300, 424 774, 314 - 61. 2
he value of exports based upon the F.Ovalue,while the value of ports based upon the Cvalue.(The value of goods,which as ported by Authorized Iporters or uthorized Customrokers,bunodecaredfor duty payenyet,based upon the value submtted at the decaration for release of goods)
1.
tatisticatig − ports try ade in the month wthin hich falthe date hen a shp or aircraftoading the goods concerned leaves a Japanese port. ports ntry is made in the month wthin which falthe date of the iport permt.
2.
”Percent hange” means ”Percent Change from the same month in the preceding year.
3.
(1)
 
 Value of Exports and Imports by Area(Country)
(Uni t : mi l l i ons of YEN, % )
 Value
Percent
ExportsImportsBalance
 ValueValue
ChangePercentPercentChangeChange
 AreaCountry()
(Notes)
”Singapore” is included n both ”ASIEs” and ”ASE”Percent Change” means ”Percent change from he same tern the preceding year” Fgures h ”*” means”Mulpler to the samerm he preceding year.
September 2011
Grand Total
5, 980, 681 2. 4 5, 680, 257 12. 1 300, 424 -61. 2
 ASI
3, 210, 128 0. 2 2, 569, 502 7. 6 640, 626 -21. 6
CHIN
1, 110, 501 2. 7 1, 234, 478 4. 0 -123, 977 16. 6
HGKONG
312, 322 -3. 8 15, 521 6. 7 296, 801 -4. 2
TAIWAN
327, 500 -11. 6 152, 499 -12. 6 175, 001 -10. 8
R KOREA 
418, 421 -8. 5 256, 672 24. 9 161, 749 -35. 8
SNGAPOR 
200, 023 0. 9 54, 470 -11. 6 145, 553 6. 6
THAILND
305, 178 16. 1 176, 286 7. 4 128, 892 30. 7
MALYSI
132, 297 -0. 7 198, 118 13. 8 -65, 821 61. 1
INDNSI
137, 100 6. 1 235, 872 13. 3 -98, 772 25. 0
PHILPIN
86, 207 4. 5 59, 737 -0. 5 26, 470 17. 9
 VIETNAM
67, 193 2. 3 89, 860 48. 3 -22, 667 -
INDI
77, 188 16. 3 39, 953 18. 4 37, 235 14. 1
(ASIA NIES)
1, 258, 266 -6. 8 479, 162 5. 1 779, 104 -12. 9
(ASEAN)
932, 704 6. 5 861, 761 12. 5 70, 943 -35. 6
OCEANI
198, 556 14. 3 406, 210 11. 8 -207, 654 9. 4
 AUSTRAL
154, 247 23. 2 377, 475 13. 9 -223, 228 8. 2
NEWZELD
16, 290 14. 2 17, 100 -8. 7 -810 -81. 8
NORTHAMERICA 
994, 290 0. 3 566, 635 3. 4 427, 655 -3. 5
US
924, 851 0. 4 485, 420 1. 8 439, 431 -1. 1
CANADA 
69, 432 -0. 6 80, 654 14. 6 -11, 222 1983. 6
MIDDLE SOUTHAMERICA 
329, 833 -7. 1 214, 801 4. 8 115, 032 -23. 4
BRAZIL
47, 383 5. 4 86, 051 25. 0 -38, 668 62. 0
MEXICO
81, 965 -2. 4 25, 917 0. 5 56, 048 -3. 6
CHILE
18, 522 -22. 6 40, 905 -30. 8 -22, 383 -36. 4
WESTERNEUROPE
797, 918 14. 3 590, 635 11. 6 207, 283 22. 8
GERMANY 
165, 512 5. 2 167, 627 15. 3 -2, 115 -
UKING
151, 756 9. 9 65, 474 42. 6 86, 282 -6. 4
FRANCE
58, 065 20. 8 73, 556 8. 4 -15, 491 -21. 7
NETHLDS
122, 099 4. 7 41, 594 29. 2 80, 505 -4. 6
ITALY 
33, 511 -10. 8 61, 552 18. 7 -28, 041 96. 3
BELGIUM
47, 796 3. 1 13, 738 -26. 5 34, 058 23. 2
SWITZLD
93, 411 61. 8 50, 092 11. 0 43, 319 243. 0
SWEDEN
14, 626 -15. 3 11, 598 -10. 4 3, 028 -30. 0
IRELAND
5, 753 -7. 1 22, 240 -34. 8 -16, 487 -41. 0
SPAIN
24, 422 18. 0 21, 514 9. 1 2, 908 197. 7
C&E EURO
166, 667 24. 1 176, 917 14. 7 -10, 250 -48. 7
RUSSI
97, 580 43. 7 149, 115 19. 3 -51, 535 -9. 7
(EU)
719, 378 7. 6 543, 617 11. 3 175, 761 -2. 5
MIDDLE EAST
181, 768 -10. 5 1, 028, 676 31. 5 -846, 908 46. 2
UARB E
61, 538 3. 4 290, 460 53. 9 -228, 922 77. 2
SUARAB
44, 508 -19. 4 287, 549 19. 0 -243, 041 30. 4
KUWAIT
10, 893 -7. 5 87, 508 25. 7 -76, 615 32. 5
IRAN
10, 917 1. 1 82, 577 0. 4 -71, 660 0. 3
 AFRIC
101, 522 27. 5 126, 842 33. 6 -25, 320 64. 8
S AFRCA 
37, 080 20. 4 53, 687 -5. 2 -16, 607 -35. 7(2)
 
Co mmo d i t Uni t Quanti t
Change
Value Share
degree
”Percent hange” means ”Percent hange from he same term n the preceding year.
(Uni t : mi l l i ons of YEN, % )
Percent PercentChangeContribution
(Notes)
Figures wh ”*” means ”Mulpler to the same tern the precedng year.”Contrbution degree” means ”Percentage of the Yen hange of that caegory of goods torand Total of the same term n the precedng year.
September 2011
Exports by Principal Commodit
W O R L D
Gr and Tot al
5, 980, 681 100. 0 2. 4 2. 427, 025 0. 5 -12. 6 -0. 11 FOODSTUFF83, 579 1. 4 17. 4 0. 22 RAWMATERIALS122, 478 2. 0 8. 9 0. 23 MINERAL FUELS542, 691 9. 1 -1. 3 -0. 14 CHEMICALSORGANICCHEMICALS 147, 877 2. 5 5. 0 0. 1MEDICAL PRODUCTS 31, 656 0. 5 3. 1 0. 0PLASTICMATERIALS MT 513, 775 -10. 2 176, 982 3. 0 -7. 7 -0. 3736, 213 12. 3 1. 4 0. 25 MANUFACTUREDGOODS
IRONANDSTEEL PRODUCTS
TMT 3, 268 -11. 8 303, 459 5. 1 -4. 6 -0. 3NONFERROUS METALS MT 114, 787 2. 0 113, 909 1. 9 13. 6 0. 2
MANUFACTURES OF METALS
87, 973 1. 5 4. 5 0. 1
TEXTILE YARN, FABRICS
50, 346 0. 8 7. 0 0. 1
NON-METALLIC MINERAL WARE
76, 904 1. 3 1. 6 0. 0RUBBER MANUFACTURED 81, 879 1. 4 9. 4 0. 1
PAPER & PAPER MANUFACTURES
MT 97, 335 -31. 2 20, 425 0. 3 -15. 8 -0. 11, 148, 911 19. 2 -0. 6 -0. 16 MACHINERY 
POWERGENERATINGMACHINE
210, 472 3. 5 5. 8 0. 2COMPUTERS ANDUNITS TNO 1, 133 -28. 0 34, 780 0. 6 -12. 2 -0. 1PARTS OF COMPUTER 88, 368 1. 5 -10. 8 -0. 2
METALWORKINGMACHINERY 
106, 154 1. 8 30. 5 0. 4
PUMP ANDCENTRIFUGES
103, 935 1. 7 7. 4 0. 1
CONSTRUCTIONMACHINES
92, 988 1. 6 15. 8 0. 2
MECHANICAL HANDLINGEQUIP
57, 243 1. 0 8. 1 0. 1
HEATINGOR COOLINGMACHINE
33, 413 0. 6 -7. 7 -0. 0TEXTILE MACHINES 15, 881 0. 3 -15. 4 -0. 0
BALL ORROLLERBEARINGS
39, 421 0. 7 15. 3 0. 11, 077, 673 18. 0 -4. 0 -0. 8
7 ELECTRICAL MACHINERY 
SEMICONDUCTORS ETC 330, 111 5. 5 -9. 0 -0. 6(IC) MNO 5, 083 -6. 6 222, 123 3. 7 -7. 6 -0. 3VISUAL APPARATUS TNO 3, 189 -9. 0 78, 538 1. 3 -13. 3 -0. 2
(VIDEOREC ORREPROAPP)
TNO 2, 722 -12. 1 70, 948 1. 2 -9. 6 -0. 1(TV RECEIVER) TNO 467 14. 4 7, 590 0. 1 -37. 3 -0. 1AUDIOAPPARATUS TNO 15, 215 2. 3 3, 406 0. 1 -20. 0 -0. 0
PARTS OF AUDIO, VISUAL APP.
44, 770 0. 7 -17. 8 -0. 2
ELECTRICAL POWER MACHINERY
69, 633 1. 2 6. 2 0. 1
TELEPHONY, TELEGRAPH
45, 441 0. 8 -14. 5 -0. 1
ELECTRICAL MEASURING
116, 837 2. 0 12. 0 0. 2
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS
153, 946 2. 6 2. 2 0. 1
BATTERIES ANDACCUMULATORS
29, 478 0. 5 -1. 7 -0. 01, 447, 210 24. 2 5. 1 1. 28 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTMOTOR VEHICLES NO 547, 639 4. 9 863, 605 14. 4 4. 9 0. 7(CAR) NO 473, 947 4. 8 728, 857 12. 2 3. 2 0. 4(BUS&TRUCK) NO 67, 360 7. 0 123, 462 2. 1 13. 2 0. 2
PARTS OF MOTORVEHICLES
MT 278, 435 9. 1 297, 546 5. 0 11. 5 0. 5
MOTORCYCLES, AUTOCYCLES
TNO 62 -2. 7 18, 324 0. 3 0. 5 0. 0SHIPS GT 2, 166, 123 3. 6 219, 515 3. 7 -4. 5 -0. 2794, 901 13. 3 14. 7 1. 79 OTHERS
SCIENTIFIC, OPTICAL INST
196, 333 3. 3 15. 2 0. 4
PHOTOGRAPHICSUPPLIES
32, 291 0. 5 -1. 6 -0. 0
BLANK/RECORDEDMEDI
TNO 83, 523 -14. 1 19, 077 0. 3 -22. 4 -0. 1(3)

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