Overview In May 2022 China exported $451M and imported $1.86B from Ireland, resulting in a negative trade balance of $1.41B. Between May 2021 and May 2022 the exports of China have increased by $126M (38.6%) from $325M to $451M, while imports increased by $384M (26%) from $1.48B to $1.86B.
Trade In May 2022, the top exports of China to Ireland were Nitrogen Heterocyclic Compounds ($77.6M), Computers ($35.2M), Office Machine Parts ($23.4M), Telephones ($17.7M), and Other Engines ($11.9M). In May 2022 the top imports of China from Ireland were Vaccines, blood, antisera, toxins and cultures ($726M), Integrated Circuits ($680M), Packaged Medicaments ($95.7M), Blank Audio Media ($67.1M), and Medical Instruments ($43M).
Origins In May 2022 the exports of China were mainly from Guangdong Province ($93.9M), Jiangsu Province ($59.6M), Zhejiang Province ($55M), Tianjin ($49.1M), and Shanghai Province ($48.4M), while imports destinations were mainly Sichuan Province ($685M), Beijing ($643M), Shanghai Province ($206M), Chongqing ($158M), and Guangdong Province ($66.8M).
Growth In May 2022, the increase in China's year-by-year exports to Ireland was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Nitrogen Heterocyclic Compounds ($39.9M or 890%), Packaged Medicaments ($10.6M or 25.4k%), and Nucleic Acids ($6.77M or 133%). In May 2022, the increase in China's year-by-year imports from Ireland was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Nitrogen Heterocyclic Compounds ($131M or 2.73k%), Integrated Circuits ($46.2M or 8.85%), and Packaged Medicaments ($14.8M or 70.9%).