Cross-Border Goods Trade (Total)

The chart below shoes the annual figures for total cross-border trade in manufactured goods and trade in both directions for the period 1995 to 2016. In the most recent year (2016) total trade in manufacturing came to €3.30 / £2.70 billion. Whereby the figures for 2015 were €3.40/£2.47 billion.

Cross-border trade by sector – There has been a 7% drop in the level of food, drink & tobacco products exported North to South in 2016 (stg value), similarly these products have dropped in trade South to North by 11% (Euro value). These drops bring trade back to 2010 levels.

For an analysis of the levels of aggregate and sectoral cross-border trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland, see InterTradeIreland’s report ‘A Gravity Model Approach to Estimating the Expected Volume of North/South Trade’ (2009).

A Gravity Model Approach to Estimating the Expected Volume of North/South Trade

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Data for Ireland is sourced from CSO. Data for Northern Ireland is sourced from DETI.

Data from 2011 onwards for NI taken from the Broad Economy Sales and Exports Statistic.

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Data for Ireland is sourced from CSO. Data for Northern Ireland is sourced from DETI.

Data from 2011 onwards for NI taken from the Broad Economy Sales and Exports Statistic.

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Data for Ireland is sourced from CSO. Data for Northern Ireland is sourced from DETI.

Data from 2011 onwards for NI taken from the Broad Economy Sales and Exports Statistic.

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Data for Ireland is sourced from CSO. Data for Northern Ireland is sourced from DETI.

Data from 2011 onwards for NI taken from the Broad Economy Sales and Exports Statistic.

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Total Cross Border Trade in Goods 1995-2016

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